Jan 10, 2014
Maharashtra have hit back strongly in their Ranji Trophy 2013-14 quarter-final against Mumbai at the Wankhede Stadium. It was an afternoon session that saw five wickets fall as Maharashtra were all over Mumbai on Day Three. Currently, Mumbai are on 88 for seven with an overall lead of 210.
The session started with Vineet Indulkar edging one from Anupam Sanklecha. Then, Abhishek Nayar was caught at second slip off the very first ball as Sankecha moved it away from him. Later, Samad Fallah had Aditya Tare chased a wide one and was caught at second slip.
Iqbal Abdulla and Suryakumar Yadav started a recovery as they put up 48, playing positively along the way. However, Abdulla’s aggressive streak got the better of him as he edged Shrikant Mundhe to the slips. Yadav was then trapped plumb in front to leave Mumbai at 88 for seven at tea.
Mumbai 402 and 88 for 7 (Suryakumar Yadav 33, Iqbal Abdulla 27; Anupam Sanklecha 3 for 41, Shrikant Mundhe 2 for 13) lead Maharashtra 280 (Ankit Bawne 82, Kedar Jadhav 51; Shardul Thakur 6 for 86) by 210 runs.
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