teens Kiran Sharma A calm lead from the front and scored 93 not out when Uttar Pradesh knocked out favorite Karnataka with a five-wicket win in their Ranji Trophy quarterfinals at Alwar on Wednesday. It was UP’s first win over Karnataka on 13 occasions and no better time could come. UP is now heading for the possible semi-final against heavyweight Mumbai at the same venue from June 14. Earlier, UP had lost four times and drawn nine times but never won against Karnataka.
Sharma, 23, playing his fourth first-class match while captaining the team in his first season for UP, showed solid form in the pursuit of 213 runs. Prem Garg He scored 52 runs off 60 balls.
Sharma, who scored a century in the second innings in his win over Maharashtra to make it to the quarterfinals here, once again stood like a rock.
The Lucknow Super Giants batsman, who faced 163 balls (119 dots out of them), advanced his innings brilliantly, especially at the end of the day.
The fact that the slow pitch offered little for fast bowlers also played a role when Sharma played happily. Ronit MoorePull it in front of the square, even on the front foot.
He hit 13 fours and a six in his innings as UP won a memorable victory with two days left.
The captain found a worthy ally in Prince Yadav who played a patient test innings of 33 not out in a match-winning partnership of 99 off 73 balls (3×4, 1×6).
Malani, Jaiswal held Mumbai firmly against Uttarakhand
Left-handed spinner Shams MalaniThe opener praised him for taking five wickets. Yashwi JaiswalMumbai, the 41-time Ranji Trophy champions, put themselves in the driver’s seat on the third day of their quarter-final against Uttarakhand in Bangalore on Wednesday.
After the third day’s play, Mumbai’s overall lead was 794 runs and with that it seemed that they have stood one foot in the semi-finals.
Uttarakhand were bowled out for a paltry 114 in their first innings after Mumbai declared their first double-century of 647/8 thanks to Sweden Parker’s debut in his first innings.
Thus, Mumbai got a huge lead of 533 runs in the first innings.
Captain Prithvi ShawHowever, the follow-on was not enforced and in the second article, it was a Jaiswal (103) show as the 20-year-old scored his first first-class century in just his second game and pushed to acknowledge the Uttarakhand attack. Mumbai ended the day at 261/3.
Uttarakhand started their overnight score of 39/2 and none of their batsmen showed any resistance. Experienced fast bowler Dusting Got the wicket on his first ball, as he kept catching the batsman overnight. کنال چنڈیلا (8) In front of the wickets.
After that, Malani (5/39) swung the net around the opposition and his first victim was the opener. Kamal Singh (40), who was caught. Tishar Deshpande. Singh was the top scorer for the hill state in the first innings.
Uttarakhand, who were teasing at 71/4, never recovered and lost their last six wickets for just 43 runs in which 25-year-old Malani suffered the biggest loss.
Fast bowlers Dhol Kalkarni (1/18), Tishar Deshpande (1/25), Mohat Osthi (2/22) and off-spinner Tanush Kotian (1/6) fully supported Maulana as the domestic giants put on an impressive show. This was Malani’s fifth five-wicket haul this season alone.
Mumbai got off to an aggressive start in their second innings, thanks to Jaiswal and captain Prithviraj Shaw, who scored 72 off just 80 balls. The duo put up a 115-run stand for the first wicket to thwart the opposition.
Shaw hit nine fours and two sixes. After Shaw’s fall, left-arm batsman Jaiswal, who hit 10 fours and two more, found a worthy ally in the veteran. آدتیہ تارے۔(57) who also made half a century.
Both added 94 runs for the second wicket as Mumbai continued their run-scoring innings.
Young batsmen when the stumps are drawn ارمان جعفر (Not out 17) and Sweden Parker (6 not out) were in charge of the fort.
Just like the first article, in the second innings too, the Uttarakhand bowlers got an unforgettable out.
Anarchy in Punjab smells of MP’s victory.
Left-handed spinner Kumar Karthikya. Running through the top order to reduce Punjab to 120 for five in their second innings, Madhya Pradesh continued to enjoy a lead in their Ranji Trophy quarter-final match at Alwar on Thursday.
Starting bowling, Karthikya (4/11) took four important wickets to return with his second best first-class figures.
The 24-year-old took important wickets for the Punjab captain. Abhishek Sharma (17) Shabman Gul (19) Mandeep Singh (17) and Gurkirt Singh Mann (10) Destroying Punjab’s batting line-up alone in his second article.
On stumps on the third day, Siddharth Cole was batting at 16 and was accompanied by wicketkeeper Aman Malhotra at 9.
Punjab is still 58 runs behind Madhya Pradesh and it will be a difficult task for them to save the match from here.
Earlier, he resumed at 238 for two, an overnight century شبھم شرما (102) Failed to increase his score but Rajat Patidar He continued his excellent IPL form and scored 85 off 167 balls with the help of 12 fours to take Madhya Pradesh ahead.
Patidar was fully supported by Akshat Raghuvanshi (69) as the duo shared 99 runs for the fifth wicket to give Madhya Pradesh a big lead before being destroyed in the first innings.
After their departure, the other four Madhya Pradesh batsmen were able to add only 14 runs before being bowled out in 154.5 overs, and took a huge lead of 178 runs in the first innings.
Left-handed spinner ونے چودھری Punjab bowlers were selected with five wickets for 83 runs.
Short Score: Punjab: 219 and 120 for 5 in 47 overs.Inmol Preet Singh 31, Shabman Gul 19; Kumar Karthikya for 31 runs 4). Madhya Pradesh: 397 all out in 99 overs (Shabham Sharma 102, Himanshu Mantri 89, Rajat Patidar 85, Akshat Raghunshi 69; Vine Chaudhary, 5/83).
Punjab is 58 runs behind Madhya Pradesh.
Nine Bengal batsmen scored more than 50.
The Bengal Ranji Trophy cricket team set a world first-class record on Thursday when all nine batsmen scored half-centuries in the first innings against Jharkhand on the third day of the quarter-finals, scoring a whopping 773 for eight. , In Bangalore. On stumps, Jharkhand scored 139 for 5 in their first innings and it is virtually impossible to stop Bengal from reaching the semi-finals as the opposition is now trailing by 634 runs.
The match will be remembered for the record that has been a test of time since 1893 when the visiting Australian team lost eight of their batsmen by fifty or more in a first-class match against a joint university (Oxford and Cambridge). Scored.
For Bengal, Captain Abhimanyu Eswaran (65) started the march towards the milestone with fellow opener Abhishek Raman (61).
This was followed by a brilliant innings by Sadeep Gharami (186) and senior batsman Anshtop Majumdar (117). He added 243 runs for the second wicket.
RCB all-rounder Shahbaz Ahmed (78) and Sian Shekhar Mondal (53) also completed Indian cricket by scoring half-centuries. Sky lamp Came and hit 8 sixes in 53 off 18 balls, breaking the world first class record 129 years later.
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