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Monday, 04 July 2022 8.27 PM IST

Ranji Trophy: Mumbai beats Uttarakhand, registers biggest victory in history of first-class cricket 

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ALUR: Team Mumbai on Thursday defeated Uttarakhand by a world record 725 runs in the Ranji Trophy quarterfinals. Mumbai achieved this feat during the second quarter-final match of the ongoing Ranji Trophy, here at the KSCA Cricket Ground, Alur.


With this win, Mumbai managed to beat the previous record set by New South Wales against Queensland in 1930, which was 685 runs.

Coming to Mumbai's match, Suved Parkar and Sarfaraz Khan smashed 252 and 153 runs respectively, to set a magnanimous target of 648 runs. In return, Uttarakhand was able to score only 114 runs, before getting bundled out.


For Mumbai, Shams Mulani scalped five wickets while Dhawal Kulkarni, Tushar Deshpande, and Tanush Kotian took one wicket each.


Later in the third innings, Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 103 while Prithvi Shaw smashed 72 runs, to guide Mumbai to 261/3. Coming to bat, Uttarakhand got bowled out at 69, and gave Mumbai a 725-run victory.

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