Ranji Trophy Final: The batsmen of Madhya Pradesh have started tightening the noose on Mumbai in the final match of Ranji Trophy. In this match being played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, Mumbai batted first and scored 374 runs on the board on the basis of Sarfaraz Khan’s century. On the third day till lunch, MP scored 228 runs at the loss of 1 wicket in 75 overs with the help of a century from Yash Dubey. Madhya Pradesh is now only 146 runs behind Mumbai. During this, Shubham Sharma is giving 88 runs with Yash. The partnership of 181 runs for the second wicket between the two batsmen has been made.
Yash Dubey scored second century of the season
The Madhya Pradesh opener has put the team in a strong position by playing a brilliant innings in the final of the Ranji Trophy. Yash has so far scored 101 runs in 235 balls with the help of 12 fours. This is his second century of this season and third century of his first-class career. This season, he made his first alert against Kerala, during which he scored 289 runs. Yash has scored 581 runs in 6 matches played this season with an average of 96.83. He has reached the fourth position in the list of highest run scorers this season. Sarfaraz Khan is at the top of this list with 937 runs. Yash Dubey has celebrated his century against Mumbai in the style of Indian opener KL Rahul.
The threat of defeat looms large over Mumbai.
Due to the strong batting of Madhya Pradesh, there is a danger of defeat on Mumbai. Actually, there is a rule of Ranji Trophy, but in the knockout stage matches, if both the innings are not completed within a gap of 5 days, then the result is taken on the basis of first innings. If MP manages to gain an edge over Mumbai from here, then it will take a step towards victory.