Ranji Trophy Final: After Mumbai’s good start, MP returns, Agarwal and Jain take 2-2 wickets


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MP bowler Anubhav Agarwal expresses his happiness after taking the wicket of Mumbai captain Prithvi Shaw.

On the first day of the final of the Ranji Trophy 2021-22 season, there was a draw between Mumbai and Madhya Pradesh. Till stumps, Mumbai scored 248 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the first innings. Sarfaraz Khan, who has batted well throughout the season, is unbeaten on 40 and Shams Mulani is unbeaten on 12. Yashasvi Jaiswal (78), captain Prithvi Shaw (47), Armaan Jaffer (26), Suved Patkar (18) and wicket-keeper batsman Hardik Tamore (24) have been out.

Anubhav Agarwal and Shreyansh Jain took two wickets each for MP. One success came in the hands of Kumar Karthikeya. Mumbai has won the title 41 times so far. At the same time, the team of MP, which reached the final for the second time, is looking for the first title.

Mumbai captain Prithvi Shaw could not convert a good start into a big score.  He got out after scoring 47 runs.

Mumbai captain Prithvi Shaw could not convert a good start into a big score. He got out after scoring 47 runs.

Shock to Mumbai after a good start
Prithvi Shaw and Yashasvi Jaiswal gave Mumbai a good start. Both of them added 87 runs in the first wicket partnership. Shaw was bowled by medium pacer Anubhav Agarwal after scoring 5 fours and a six off 79 balls. After this, Jaiswal along with Armaan Jaffer took Mumbai past 100 runs. Mumbai’s second wicket fell on the score of 120 when Jaffer made 26 off 56 balls and was caught by Yash Dubey off the ball of IPL star left arm spinner Kumar Karthikeya.

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored the highest 78 runs for Mumbai.

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored the highest 78 runs for Mumbai.

Suved Patkar flopped, Jaiswal who passed the century
Mumbai got the third blow in the form of Suved Patkar. He scored 18 runs and was caught by MP captain Aditya Srivastava off the ball of Sarshan Jain. Yashasvi Jaiswal missed out on scoring his fourth century in first-class cricket. He became the second victim of Agarwal on his personal score of 78 runs. The fifth and final blow to Mumbai in the day’s play came in the form of Hardik Tamore. His wicket was taken by Saransh Jain.

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