Ranji Trophy Quarter-Final: Suved Parkar Hits 252, Sarfaraz Khan 153 As Mumbai Declare At 647/8 Vs Uttarakhand

Ranji Trophy Quarter-Final: Suved Parkar Hits 252, Sarfaraz Khan 153 As Mumbai Declare At 647/8 Vs Uttarakhand

Debutant Sweden Parker laid to rest for the Uttarakhand bowlers, scoring his first double century as Mumbai declared at 647 for eight on the second day of their Ranji Trophy quarter-final in Bangalore on Tuesday. Parker’s paralysis case registered 252 and Sarfraz KhanK’s offensive 153 has put 41-time Ranji Trophy winners in the driver’s seat. In reply, Uttarakhand scored 39 for two on stumps, losing the captaincy. Jay Basta (0) and Miank Mishra (4). Kamal Singh (27 not out) and کنال چنڈیلا (8 not out) were holding the fort at the end of the game. Uttarakhand has a mountain to climb as it is 608 runs behind Mumbai.

Parker, thus, became the 12th Indian to score a double century in his Ranji Trophy debut. He reached the mark by tapping to long off. Sopanal Singh.

His 252 is now the fourth highest score by an Indian on his debut and the fifth highest in first-class cricket. He also followed in the footsteps of Mumbai coach Amol Mazumdar, who scored 260 runs on his Ranji debut.

Parker, who started his overnight score of 104 not out, continued from where he left off, hitting 21 fours and four fours in his magnificent 447-ball innings. He did not miss a single Uttarakhand bowler during his innings.

Sarfraz, who resumed his overnight score of 69, scored his seventh first-class century.

Sarfraz and Parker, who impressed with their footwork, put on an impressive 267 for the fourth wicket.

Sarfraz lost his wicket on the ball of Mianak Mishra (1/120).

Sarfraz continued his dream race in first-class cricket with 14 fours and four sixes in his offensive innings.

آدتیہ تارے۔ (1) Didn’t bother the scorers as he hit wicketkeeper Shyam Kharana for one off left-arm fast bowler Agram Tiwary.

Parker then found a worthy ally in the all-rounder Shams MalaniHe scored an important 59 runs to complete his role.

Malani and Parker put on 106 for the sixth wicket and it was during their partnership that Mumbai crossed the 500-run mark.

Malani hit six fours and three sixes before being cast by Kamal Singh.

Tanush Kotian (28) and Tishar Deshpande (20 not out) also supported Parker, who was eventually run out, courtesy of Kanal Chandila’s direct hit, followed by Mumbai captain Prithvi Shaw Announced innings.

Medium pacer Deepak Dhapola (3/89) was one of the bowlers of Uttarakhand.

Gharami’s 186, InstaP’s 117 Power Bengal totally massive

Sadeep Gharami lit up the second day with an 186-run innings as Bengal reached 577 for five in their Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Jharkhand in Bangalore on Tuesday. experienced انستوپ مجمدار Before that he helped himself to a century (117). Manoj TiwariThe current Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports in West Bengal returned unbeaten on 54 runs at the end of the second day’s play at the Just Cricket Academy Ground.

To speed up the scoring, 23-year-old Gharami’s stand in the middle ended with a controversial decision after which Bengal turned the ball for one and two instead of scoring fast runs and declaring their first innings.

There was no immediate indication from Bengal and it remains to be seen how long they will bat on the third day.

There was no contact between the bat and the ball in the way of the wicket keeper. Kumar Kashagra On the leg side, but the umpire still ruled Gharami out.

During his long stay at home crease, who scored 106 runs overnight, he got out after scoring 186 runs off 380 balls with 21 fours and a six. Gharami-Majumdar’s stand was 243 runs.

Opener Abhishek Raman, who retired injured on the first day at 41, returned with 61 runs. Abhishek PorelHe was part of India’s Under-19 World Cup winning squad earlier this year, scoring 68 off 111 balls and making the most of the opportunity. Redhiman SahaDeparture after differences with Cricket Association of Bengal.

Instap scored his runs off 194 balls and hit the fence 15 times, while former captain Tiwari, who has played in three Ranji finals so far and is still dreaming of winning a stunning title in the country’s premier domestic tournament, He hit three fours and a six. His unbeaten innings of 146 balls.

Starting the day at 310 for one, Gharami and Instap added 65 runs before falling victim to a left-arm spinner. Shahbaz NadeemBowling

Jharkhand managed to take two more wickets before veteran Tiwary found a worthy ally in the young Abhishek Poral, the duo added 109 runs for the fifth wicket to lead their team to bat only once in the game. Is hoping

Gharami, who has scored the most 27s in his last four appearances, once again showed great temperament and impressive technique but he was lucky to miss out on what would have been a well-deserved double ton.

With the knock, Gharami, the son of a labor contractor who borrowed money from relatives to buy him cricket equipment, expressed confidence in him by head coach Arun Lal.

Short Score: Bengal: 577/5 in 178 overs (Sadeep Gharami 186, Anshtop Majumdar 117, Abhimanyu Eswaran 65, Abhishek Porel 68, Abhishek Raman 61, Manoj Tiwary batting 54) vs Jharkhand.

21 wickets fell as Karnataka-UPQF is in balance.

Uttar Pradesh bounced back after conceding a first-innings lead against home favorites Karnataka as their Ranji Trophy quarterfinals were out of balance with 21 wickets a day in Alwar on Tuesday. Left-handed Orthodox spinner on a difficult KSCA pitch سوربھ کمار (14-4-32-2) Fox Karnataka relied on their tough bowling, which fell to 100 for 8 after a healthy 98-run lead in the first innings.

The 29-year-old India A bowler, who came back with four wickets for 73 runs in the first innings, gave his full support. انکت راجپوت (8-2-15-2) As Karnataka lost eight wickets in the last session.

At stumps, wicketkeeper-batsman Srinivas Sharath was unbeaten on 10 as the match was interesting on the third day and the home side had an overall lead of 198 runs with two wickets in hand.

Karnataka ‘Big Three’ – Mianak Agrawal (22) Caron Nair (10) And the captain Manish Pandey (4) – Disappointed again, leaving his second innings in disarray.

Indian Test opener Agarwal, who was sidelined for the forthcoming Edgbaston Test against England, batted with a very positive intention and hit five fours off his 29 balls before being dismissed by a left-arm spinner.

Rajput then dismissed Nair, while Pandey ran out. Kiran Sharma As Karnataka faced the devastation of the middle order and lost six wickets for 33 runs.

Earlier, Karnataka were bowled out for 253 in the first innings and added 40 runs to their over-the-night total. Shriyas Gopal A great unbeaten fifty runs.

Overnight, Gopal remained unbeaten on 56 off 80 balls (6×4, 2×6), pushing his total to 250.

In reply, Uttar Pradesh were bowled out for 155 in 38 overs.

Ronit Moore (3/47) did the most damage, while the three Vijay Kumar Vishwakarma, Vadhoot Kaurpa and Krishnapa Gautam Two claimed two.

Gotham took wickets. Rinko Singh (33) and Sorbh in consecutive overs while he lost another without adding to the total in Prince Yadav (0).

At 92 for 8, UP was looking down at the barrel but شیوم ماوی Then, demonstrating his feats with the bat, he scored 32 runs off 35 balls (3×4, 1×6) and crossed the 150 mark.

He shared a 44-run stand with Rajput (18 not out off 16 balls) for the last wicket, which brightened his hopes before the bowlers put Karnataka on the back foot.

With two wickets in hand, it is up to Karnataka’s lower order to lend their overall lead to their spin duo of Gautam and Shriyas Gopal to take advantage of the situation.

Short score Karnataka 253 (Shriyas Gopal 56 not out; Sorbh Kumar 4/73, Shyam Maui 3/60) and 100/8 in 34 overs (Sorbh 3/32, Ankit Rajput 2/15).

Uttar Pradesh 155 in 37.3 overs (Prem Garg 39, Rinko Singh 33; Ronit More 3/47).

MP in the driver’s seat against Punjab

After the brilliant performance of their bowlers on the first day, it was the turn of the batsmen of Madhya Pradesh, led by شبھم شرما (102 not out), to give a tough answer against Punjab on the 2nd day of their Ranji Trophy quarter final game in Alwar on Tuesday.
In reply to Punjab’s 219, which looks like a lifeless pitch, MP made a strong start to his innings, reaching 238 for 2 on stumps, taking a 19-run lead with eight wickets in the first innings.

Both openers Yash Dubey and Himanshu Mantri disappointed the opposition bowlers.

Punjab had to wait for a league spinner as fast bowlers failed to get wickets Miank Markande To make progress, the 24-year-old did the same by dismissing Yash Dubey (20).

However, both Mantri and Shabham Sharma put on a solid 120-run stand for the second wicket to put the MP in command against a dental bowling attack without Punjab.

Both of them batted for close to 48 overs and in this process Punjab bowlers suffered the most.

As Markande came to the rescue of Punjab once again by removing the Minister (89), it was Sharma who continued his glorious and steadfastness. The 28-year-old middle-order batsman hit his sixth first-class century (not out 102), courtesy of nine fours and a six, with three days to go to put his team in command.

For Punjab, the only consolation of the day was perhaps the hard bowling from Markandey, who also represented the Mumbai Indians in the recently concluded Indian Premier League.


Short Score: Punjab: 219 all out in 71.3 overs (Abhishek Sharma 47, Inmol Preet Singh 47; Puneet Dati 3/48, Anubhu Agrawal 3/36).

Madhya Pradesh: 238/2 in 99 overs (Shabham Sharma 102 not out, Himanshu Mantri 89; Mian Markandey 2/70).

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