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Dominant Mumbai leads Stumps to 346 with 180 on day 3 of 2022 Ranji Trophy semi-finals

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Mumbai continued to dominate Uttar Pradesh on day 3 of the second semi-final of the 2022 Ranji Trophy in Bengaluru on Thursday. Mumbai’s bowlers made it 25-2 on Day 2 to tackle their first innings total of 393 and Mumbai’s bowlers tied their opponents to 180. They then ended the game 133-1, extending the lead to 346 points.

In their second innings, Mumbai captain Prit Vishaw gave the team a smooth start, hitting 64 of 71 balls. Shaw, who did not find a place in the Indian team at Ireland’s T20Is, struck out 12 fours in an impressive run.

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Incredibly, when Shaw was sacked, Yashasvi Jaiswal hadn’t opened his account despite facing 52 balls. He finally broke through in his 54th delivery. Jaiswal is unbeaten on 35 of Stumps’ 114 goals, while Armaan Jaffer is unbeaten on 32 of 67 goals. The pair added 67 points for the second wicket.

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Earlier, UP continued to be tripped by bats in their first innings. Captain Karan Sharma (27) was the first batsman to go down on the day and was sacked by Mohit Avasthi. The batsmen kept losing as Rinku Singh (16), Dhruv Jurel (2) and Prince Yadav (20) all died cheaply.

Finally, it needs a whirlwind 55 ball 48 from Shivam Mavi to boost to 180. Avasthi, Tushar Deshpande and Tanush Kotian all scored three wickets for Mumbai.


Rajat Patidar 63* leads MP in Ranji Trophy 2022 first semi-final after Tiwary, Ahmed ton for Bengal

Madhya Pradesh was led by Stumps on Day 3 by 231 points in the first semi-final of the Ranji Trophy 2022 in Alur. After Bengals finished their first innings in the 273rd to respond to MP’s 341, Rajat Patidar’s 63* stable MP came in the second inning after they lost the opener by 50.

Yash Dubey was trapped at 12 pounds by Mukesh Kumar, while Himanshu Mantri (21) was trapped by Pradipta Pramanik. Shubham Sharma retired on the 22nd, but Patidar and Aditya Shrivastava (34*) led the counterattack to put MP in a good position in the semi-finals.

Earlier, Bengals extended their first innings from 197 to 5 to 273. Manoj Tiwary and Shahbaz Ahmed remained unbeaten with 84 and 72 respectively overnight, continuing to cross triple figures. After completing his century, Tiwari showed a note and expressed his love for the support his family gave him.

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Manoj Tiwary presents a handcrafted note to thank his family after scoring the century.

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The batsman was dismissed with 102 overs in 211 overs to end a sixth wicket of 183 overs. The lower order didn’t create much resistance and Ahmed himself was the ninth wicket to fall, contributing 116. From 237 fives, Bengals slipped to 273 thanks to an impressive counterattack by the MP. Kumar Kartikeya, Saransh Jain and Puneet Datey each claim three wickets.


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