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Baroda have Mumbai on the mat

THE ASIAN AGE. | IRFAN HAJI
Published : Nov 11, 2017, 12:49 am IST
Updated : Nov 11, 2017, 12:49 am IST

The visitors have almost batted Mumbai out of the match after bowling them out for paltry 171 .

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Mumbai: Baroda had Mumbai on the back foot, coasting to 376/4 in 115 overs in their first innings with a lead of 205 runs in their Ranji Trophy Group C match at the Wankhede on Friday. The visitors have almost batted Mumbai out of the match after bowling them out for paltry 171 on Thursday.

Opener Aditya Waghmode scored a sedate hundred 138 (309b) while skipper Deepak Hooda, Swapnil Singh and Vishnu Solanki posted aggressive half centuries to make the home side toil in their historic 500th Ranji game. Solanki (54), who was overnight unbeaten on 32, defied Mumbai bowlers in the morning along with Waghmode who continued to remain in the shell.

Mumbai had an early setback after left-arm seamer Roystan Dias walked back to the pavilion during the day’s second over after twisting his ankle. Shardul Thakur dismissed Solanki after an hour of play to give some lift to the side but the hosts were pushed to the back foot again by Hooda’s 113-ball 75.

The middle-order batsman went after the bowlers, especially left-arm spinner Vijay Gohil and notched up five sixes and three boundaries in his knock. Hooda eventually fell to Gohil in second session to give some respite to home team.

Karnataka post 649 against Delhi
PTI adds, all-rounder Stuart Binny scored a scintillating century while Shreyas Gopal hit a splendid 92 as Karnataka put on a massive 649 in their first innings against Delhi at Alur.

At the close of play, Delhi were 20/0 in five overs with openers Unmukt Chand and skipper Gautam Gambhir batting on 8 and 12, respectively in the Group A game.

Karnataka resumed the day on 348/4 with Binny, starting at his overnight score of 14, hammered 72 runs in only boundaries during his brilliant knock of 118 runs off 155 deliveries.

But another overnight batsman Mayank Agarwal was run out after adding just seven runs to his last night’s score of 169. He departed for a well-made 176 off 250 balls, including 24 fours and three sixes.

After Agarwal’s departure, Binny adopted an aggressive approach and scored quickly in the company of wicketkeeper-batsman C.M. Gautam, who chipped in with 46 off 81 balls with eight boundaries.

Scores
Group A

At Guwahati: UP 349 vs Assam 279/6 in 94 overs (Roy 72, Das 52, Sinha 48, Hazarika 28, Purkayastha 34*). At Bengaluru: Karnataka 649 in 172.2 overs (Agarwal 176, Binny 118, Gopal 92, Pandey 74, Gautam 46, Mithun 35*, Vikas 3/152, Manan 3/151) vs Delhi 20  for no loss in five overs. At Pune: Maharashtra 481 in 155.5 overs (Motwani 189, Bawne 92, Shaikh 37, Tripathi 29, Dadhe 26, Gaikwad 25, Mukesh 25, Thakur 4/114, Mishra 3/98) vs Railways 88 for no loss in 24 overs (Rawat 47, Wakaskar 32).

Group B
At Rohtak: Haryana 223 in 79 overs (Patel 83, Paliwal 32, Shivam 28, RP Sharma 28, Pankaj 3/60, Choudhary 3/37) vs Rajasthan 74/7 in 36 overs. At Jamshedpur: J & K 376 in 100.3 overs (Bisht 115, Khajuria 101, Shah 84, Bandy 26, Bandeep 26, Aaron 4/54) vs Jharkhand 220/5 in 73 overs (Siddiqui 70, Anand 68, Tiwary 25). Saurashtra 570 in 161.4 overs (Pujara 182, Patel 156, Mankad 62, Jani 46, Shah 46, Uthappa 30, Desai 4/154) vs Gujarat 45 for no loss (PA Patel 29*).

Group C
Mumabi 171 vs Baroda 376/4 in 115 overs (Waghmode 138, Hooda 75, Swapnil 63, Solanki 54). At Agartala: Andhra 402 (Prasanth 133, Bhui 74, Vihari 62, Hebbar 43, Sumanth 27, Sarkar 5/68) vs Tripura 68/1 in 31 overs (Singha 33*). At Cuttack: Tamil Nadu 530/8 decl. (Vijay 140, Aparajith 109, Vijay Shankar 100, Jagadeesan 88, Indrajith 46) vs Odisha 36 for no loss in 13 overs.

Group D
At Kalyani: Vidarbha 499 in 138.1 overs (Sanjay 182, Fazal 142, Sarwate 89, Porel 4/139, Dinda 3/116) vs Bengal 89/3 in 24 overs (Raman 27, Tiwary 36*). At Dharamsala: Himachal Pradesh 175 in 44.2 overs (Dhawan 35, Gangta 26, Jaiswal 25, Pankaj 3/52, Ruikar 3/20) vs Chhattisgarh 389 in 120 overs (Rishabh 131, Khare 78, Ashutosh 54, Ruikar 35*, Jatin 25). At Delhi: Services 263 in 107.2 overs (Yadav 84, Verma 64, Tanwar 43, Navneet 27, Parab 3/37, Desai 3/18) vs Goa 150/6 in 69.3 overs (Kamat 50, Desai 37, Asnodkar 25, Pandey 3/23).

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