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Ranji Trophy 2022 Final: Madhya Pradesh’s strong reply to Mumbai on the second day, the champion batsman is yet to come to the crease

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In reply to Mumbai’s 374 at stumps on the second day of the Ranji Trophy 2022 final, Madhya Pradesh scored 123 runs for the loss of one wicket.

Highlights

  • circle-icon Madhya Pradesh’s solid reply to Mumbai in the first innings of the Ranji Trophy final
  • circle-icon MP 123/1 till stumps on second day in reply to Mumbai’s 374
  • circle-icon Mumbai’s Sarfaraz Khan played an innings of 134 runs

The final match of the Ranji Trophy 2022 is being played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. At the end of the second day’s play, in reply to Mumbai’s 374 runs, Madhya Pradesh made a strong start and scored 123 runs for the loss of one wicket.

Solid batting of Madhya Pradesh’s top order

Madhya Pradesh opener Yash Dubey and Himanshu Mantri shared a 47-run partnership. This partnership was broken after the minister was dismissed on a personal score of 31. On the second day, MP batted a total of 41 overs. Dubey was present at the crease scoring 44 runs till the stumps and Shubham Sharma was playing 41 runs with him there.

Sarfaraz Khan’s great form continues

Mumbai’s Sarfaraz Khan is in consistent form. He batted on both the first and second days in the final and scored another century. Sarfaraz, the top scorer of the current season, scored 134 runs in the first innings. Earlier, captain Prithvi Shaw and Yashasvi Jaiswal gave a strong start and shared an 87-run partnership. This partnership was broken after Shaw was dismissed on a personal score of 47 runs. Yashasvi Jaiswal, who scored 78 runs, was the top scorer of the first day. Apart from Sarfaraz, Yashasvi and Prithvi, the rest of Mumbai’s batsmen did not do anything special. Armaan Jaffer, who came at number three, scored 26 runs and Suved Parkar, who scored a double century on his first class debut, returned to the pavilion after scoring 18 runs.

Madhya Pradesh will try to take the lead on the third day

Madhya Pradesh has reached the Ranji final after a long wait of 23 years. Although she has 41-time champion Mumbai in front of her, she would not want to miss this opportunity easily. His batsmen are in excellent form. Especially the fourth-ranked batsman Rajat Patidar is the second highest run scorer of the season. In such a situation, the effort of MP will be to convert this solid start into a big total.

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