Ranji Trophy: UP bowlers Shivam Mavi, Saurabh Kumar Restrict Karnataka to 213/7 on Day 1

Ranji Trophy: UP bowlers Shivam Mavi, Saurabh Kumar Restrict Karnataka to 213/7 on Day 1

شیوم ماوی And سوربھ کمار They shared seven wickets as Uttar Pradesh reduced hosts Karnataka to 213 for seven on Monday, the first day of their Ranji Trophy quarter-final match at Alwar, Karnataka. Kolkata Knight Riders fast bowler Mavi suffered the most damage and broke Karnataka’s batting back, taking two big wickets. Mianak Agrawal (10) and Caron Nair (29) 11-4-40-3 in the way of his excellent magic. Uttar Pradesh got off to a good start, opting to field after a delayed start due to a wet outfield, but Maui lengthened the Indian Test opener’s thin patch by dismissing Agarwal cheaply.

Agarwal, who captained the Punjab Kings in a lackluster IPL campaign and is out of the Indian squad for next month’s Test against England, made a cautious start and scored 10 runs before sidelining the wicket-keeper. Take four balls for. دھرو جريل In the 13th over

After Agarwal’s departure, Ravi Kumar Samarth (57) tried to strengthen and showed good intentions along with Karun Nair but left-arm spinner Sorbh Kumar gave up his innings shortly after completing his fifty. Shortened

Mavi was upset again when he grabbed Nair (29) before Sorbh hit him twice in the form. Manish Pandey And Srinivas Sharath in Continuous Delivery.

Towards the end of the day, Sorbh got out. Krishnapa Gautam To further derail Karnataka.

In the near Shriyas Gopal He remained unbeaten on 26 off 47 balls but was joined by Vijay Kumar Vyashak (12 not out).

Short Score:Karnataka: 213 for 7 in 72 overs (Ravi Kumar Samarth 57; Sorbh Kumar 4/67, Shyam Mavi 3/40).

MP bowlers are shining.

Fast bowler Anubhu Agarwal and Puneet Dati On the first day of the Ranji Trophy quarter-finals, Madhya Pradesh took three wickets to beat Punjab by 219 runs. Choosing to bat, Punjab, which had helped its men against Madhya Pradesh, found itself in a predicament from the outset at the Alwar Cricket Stadium.

Punjab’s start was not ideal, lost. Shabman Gul (9) Cheap to DT Captain of Punjab Abhishek Sharma (47) and Inmol Preet Singh (47) Stabilized the ship by scoring 81 runs for the second wicket.

But DT hit again in the 24th over, removing Seth Sharma well, after which things started getting worse for the 1992 Ranji Trophy winners.

The wickets kept falling like a pile of cards, as 98 for 2, Punjab fell to 166 for 6.

With their backs against the wall, Sanveer Singh And wicket-keeper-batsmen Invaluable Malhotra To save Punjab from disgrace, he played patient innings of 41 and 27 respectively.

But their resistance was short-lived as the Madhya Pradesh bowlers continued to advance.

Agarwal took wickets. Mandeep Singh And Sanveer DT and Agarwal came back with figures of 3/48 and 3/36 respectively.

Off-spinner Sarnesh Jane (2/45) also took two wickets.

In reply, Madhya Pradesh scored five runs without any loss.

Short Score: Punjab: 219 all out in 71.3 overs (Abhishek Sharma 47, Anmol Preet Singh 47; Puneet DT 3/48, Anubhu Agarwal 3/36). Madhya Pradesh: 5 without loss in 1 over.

The young family announced the arrival.

Young Sadeep Gharami finally did justice to his talents with a first-class century that took Bengal to 310 for one against Jharkhand on the first day of the Ranji Trophy quarterfinals.
Jharkhand’s attempt to walk with the ball also helped Bengal’s goal as Gharami, who has scored the most 27 runs in his last four matches, showed his unbeaten run with a good temper and impressive technique along the way. Played an innings of 106 runs which was made on 204 balls with the help of 13 fours and one four. Six

Stylish Innocent Majumdar (85 batting, 139 balls) also played attractive shots when he added 178 runs in the unbeaten stand of the second wicket.

While Gharami was methodical in his stroke play, Majumdar batted with utter contempt for the rival bowlers as his innings could be called a significant package of “pull shots”.

The attack on Jharkhand also happened when Rahul Shukla Injured while fielding just before taking the second new ball.

Bengal was causing the same scandal that Jharkhand had inflicted on Nagaland when it made fun of a match by scoring 880 runs in the pre-quarter finals.

Captain Abhimanyu Eswaran (65) and Abhishek Raman (41 retired heart) laid the groundwork for the new ball attack and then at the level of good batting, it was all about punishing the loose balls.

Short Score: Bengal 310/1 (Sadeep Gharami 106 batting, Anushtip Majumdar 85 batting, Abhimanyu Eswaran 65%Sushant Mishra 1/75) vs Jharkhand.

Debutant Parker’s Tin Floor Uttarakhand

Debutant Sweden Parker scored 304 for three on the first day of the Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Uttarakhand in Bangalore on Monday with the help of a 104-run stroke. ارمان جعفر (60) and Sarfraz Khan (69 not out) also scored half-centuries as 41 Ranji Trophy winners dominated the day and all three declared the captain right. Prithvi ShawFirst batting decision

Parker, who got life, anchored the innings. The 21-year-old right-handed batsman, who has played for India U-19, hit eight fours and two sixes in his 218-ball innings.

On that day, he also joined his captain and coach Amol Mazumdar’s choice to score a century on Ranji Debut.

Along with Jaffer, Parker led Mumbai’s innings with the third wicket of 112 runs when his team was troubled at 64/2, losing both openers Shaw (21) and Yashwant Jaiswal (35) cheaply.

Parker, who impressed with his footwork, then found a capable ally in the form of Sarfraz, who was excellent in his offensive style, as the duo added 128 runs for the fourth wicket to add to the bowling team’s woes.

After two quick wickets fell, Parker and Jaffer played cautiously in the early stages. But, after entering their drain, they moved on.

Both played shots all around and put the opposing bowlers in trouble. Jaffer, who hit seven fours and two sixes in his 133-ball innings, lifted the league spinner. دکشنشو نیگی To complete my fifties.

Parker pushes the pacer. Akash Madhuwal To reach his first half century for a single.

Mumbai lost just one wicket in the extended second session of the game, which started late due to wet outfield.

After Jaffer’s departure, Parker took on the responsibility of scoring and with Sarfraz ensured that Mumbai did not lose a single wicket in the final session.

Parker reached the three-figure mark with a boundary from Madhuwal towards the Square League area.

Sarfraz’s innings was equipped with eight fours and a six.

Mumbai soon lost Shaw (20). Shaw hit a four off the first ball – a cover drive on Deepak Dhapola (3/53) – and then hit two more fours in the opening over.


Shaw, who was looking at his elements, however, in the seventh over, Dhapula’s swinger dropped the off stump as Mumbai lost their first wicket at 36.

Jaiswal (35) became the second victim of Dhapula and fell just before lunch. Jaiswal hit six fours before being caught Sopanal Singh In the second slip.

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