Mumbai batter Sarfaraz Khan notched up one other thundering first-class century within the ongoing Ranji Trophy 2022 quarter-final match in opposition to Uttarakhand.
Sarfaraz scored 153 in 205 balls, laced with 14 boundaries and a six, on the second day of the quarterfinal recreation. The Mumbai participant introduced up his seventh century in first-class cricket.
Sarfaraz Khan averages greater than 80 in first-class cricket
Sarfaraz was concerned in an impressive 277-run stand with debutant Suved Parkar, who scored 252 within the first innings. The 24-year-old continued from the place he left forward of the IPL 2022.
Within the group stage, Sarfaraz’s scores learn 275 (vs Saurashtra), 63, 48 (vs Goa), and 165 (vs Odisha).
Sarfaraz averages 140.80 this season and total above 80, solely late Australian batting nice Don Bradman has higher report within the elite listing of gamers with the best batting common with minimal 2000 runs in first-class cricket.
The Mumbai participant completed because the main run-scorer within the 2019-20 Ranji season with 928 runs in six video games at a median of 154.66. He scored three centuries and two fifties with the perfect of 301 not out in opposition to Uttar Pradesh.
Regardless of wielding with the willow at a fast tempo, Sarfaraz has been eluded from a spot within the Indian Check aspect.
Mumbai is in driver’s seat within the QF match in opposition to Uttarakhand
Coming again to the quarter-final match, Mumbai declared the innings with a big 647 for eight. Armaan Jaffer (60) and Shams Mulani (59) added a handful of contributions in constructing the massive rating.
Uttarakhand have been 39 for 2 wickets down on the finish of the stumps on Day 2. Tushar Deshpande and Mohit Avasthi picked one wicket apiece. Kamal Singh (27*) and Kunal Chandela (8) have been batting for Uttarakhand.
Within the different fixtures, Bengal have been in a commanding place in opposition to Jharkhand with scintillating tons from Sudip Gharami (186) and skilled campaigner Anustup Majumdar (117).
Abhishek Raman, Abhimanyu Easwaran, Manoj Tiwary, and Ishan Porel hit fifties as Bengal completed Day 2 at 575/5.
Uttar Pradesh bowled brilliantly to bounce again within the recreation after getting bowled out for 155 within the first innings. Left-arm spinner Saurabh Kumar’s 3/32 restricted Karnataka’s result in 198 with two wickets to spare on the finish of gameplay.
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