Mumbai were denied a compensation of an undisguised feat in their Ranji Trophy semi-final opposite Madhya Pradesh though a Aditya Tare led side would be happy to make a final due to their initial innings lead.
Mumbai would be personification their 45th Ranji Trophy final opposite Saurashtra in a query to lift a 41st title. The final will be played in Pune on 24th February.
In a run fest in Cuttack, Mumbai had set adult a large 571 for Madhya Pradesh to follow that on a final day was never going to be easy. In a end, MP were stopped during 361/5 with Naman Ojha (113) and Harpreet Singh (105) scoring hundreds as Mumbai attempted their best to play them out. Tare used 9 bowlers in this strenuous charge with usually himself and Shreyas Iyer not carrying a moment during bagging a wicket.
MP had begun a day’s play during 99/2 though a repairs was already finished before to it with Tare (109) and Suryakumar Yadav (115) scoring tons past untimely Madhya Pradesh bowlers.
This is Mumbai’s initial incursion into a final in a past 3 seasons.
BRIEF SCORES: Madhya Pradesh 227 (Ojha 79, Sandhu 5-43) and 361 for 5 (Ojha 113, Harpreet 105) drew with Mumbai 371 (Iyer 90, Tare 68, Sakhure 5-137) and 426 (Suryakumar 115, Tare 109, Pandey 3-103). Mumbai by on first-innings lead