Mumbai vs Madhya Pradesh: In the Ranji Trophy 2022, Mumbai’s middle-order batsman Sarfaraz Khan continues to wreak havoc. In the final match of the season too, he has scored a strong century against Madhya Pradesh. Thanks to his century, Mumbai’s team scored 374 runs in the first innings. Let us tell you that this is the fourth century of this season for Sarfaraz Khan. He has scored more than 900 runs this time.
Continuing great performance
Talking about Sarfaraz’s last 16 innings, these figures are going to be swimming. In these 16 innings, he has scored 1 triple century, 2 double centuries, 3 150-plus scores, 1 century and 4 half-centuries. He has scored more than 900 runs this season. In the 87-year history of Ranji Trophy, Sarfaraz Khan has become the third player to cross the 900-run mark in two seasons. Earlier this feat was done by Ajay Sharma and Wasim Jaffer.
Sarfaraz’s performance in last 16 innings
- 1 triple century
- 2 double centuries
- 3 150+ Scores
- 1 century (134 in final)
- 4 fifties
for Sarfaraz Khan!
— BCCI Domestic (@BCCIdomestic) June 23, 2022
condition of competition
The final match of the Ranji Trophy 2022 is being played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. Here the Ranji teams of Mumbai and Madhya Pradesh are face to face. On the second day of the match, Mumbai scored 374 runs for the loss of 10 wickets. Sarfaraz’s innings played an important role in Mumbai’s score. When he came to the crease on the first day, Mumbai’s team had lost 3 wickets for 147 runs. After this he held one end, while wickets kept falling from the other end. Sarfaraz scored 134 runs in 243 balls.
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