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Ranji Trophy Final Mumbai vs MP: 24 Year Old Pain, When Madhya Pradesh Lost The Final Despite Leading

Bangalore: Batting for a long time and then dusting off the opponents. Madhya Pradesh (Mumbai VS MP Ranji Trophy Final 2022), the multiple-time champion Mumbai, is now tasting its bitter medicine. Today is the fourth day of the Ranji Trophy final at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. In reply to Mumbai’s 374 runs, MP has taken an important lead. This is the strategy of Mumbai to score big in the first innings and take the lead. Then take the match as a draw so that according to the rules, the first innings lead is won. Madhya Pradesh may be sitting on the driving seat now, yet it must have been haunted by a fear.

Then despite the edge, they were defeated…

Madhya Pradesh had entered the final of the tournament only once in the year 1998-99 before this. In the match against Karnataka, he started well and also took the lead in the first innings. Despite this, he had to face defeat. However this time the circumstances are different. He still has seven batsmen left. Experienced Rajat Patidar is also resting. In such a situation, he has every chance to get a big lead and avoid batting in the fourth innings. If Mumbai has to stay in the match then it will have to put all its efforts.

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Yash’s second century in the season and Shubham’s fourth century

Opener Yash Dubey and No. 3 Shubham Sharma scored centuries as Madhya Pradesh took a strong step towards their maiden title after the third day’s play against Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy final. Mumbai’s score of 374 in the first innings seemed big, but Yash scored 133 in 336 balls with the help of 14 fours and Shubham scored 116 runs in 215 balls with 15 fours and a six. This was Yash’s second century in the season while Shubham’s fourth century.

craved for a wicket
After starting the day at 123 for one wicket, Madhya Pradesh batsmen batted patiently on the third day and made Mumbai bowlers crave for wickets. The pitch at the Chinnaswamy Stadium did not show any sign of help to the bowlers. The strong sunlight during the day made the batsmen’s job easier. The biggest disappointment came to Mumbai’s left-arm spinner Shams Mulani (1/117), who bowled too many loose deliveries. Experienced Dhawal Kulkarni and Tushar Deshpande (1/73) also bowled average. Mumbai bowlers insisted on bowling maiden overs instead of taking wickets in the initial overs.


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