On this day in 1991, Haryana grabbed a ancestral Ranji Trophy final win opposite Bombay (Mumbai). The Haryana side won a final by only 2 runs on a final day of a match. Chasing 355 in a second innings, Bombay were reduced to 355/9 with Dilip Vengsarkar and debutant Abey Kuruvilla during a crease.
Vengsarkar attempted his best to grasp a aim while Kuruvilla somehow managed to hang during a a other end. Bombay only indispensable 3 runs to bind a many prestigious contest divided when Kuruvilla was ran-out after a confusion in a middle.
Vengsarkar remained dominant during 139 during a march and a right-handed batsman wept on a margin after a final wicket went down.
Earlier, after batting initial Haryana complied a sum of 522 runs after roving on D Sharma’s 199 and 94 from Ajay Jadeja. In reply, Bombay was bundled out for 410 handing a outrageous lead to Haryana. But a Bombay bowlers got some wickets early on and limited a opponents to 242.
Bombay were handed over a aim of 355 runs. Vengsarkar chipped in with hundred while Sachin Tendulkar scored 96 runs though their efforts went in vain as Haryan hold on to their nerves and won a compare by 2 runs. Chetan Sharma and Bhadari picked adult dual wickets every during their win over Bombay ath a Wankhede Stadium.
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