Live Cricket Score Mumbai vs Haryana, Ranji Trophy 2013-14: Mumbai need 39 runs to win on final day

Sachin Tendulkar remained unbeaten on 79 © IANS

Oct 30, 2013

11:19 am: Meanwhile Ajay Jadeja’s captaincy has be applauded by many admirers.


Sachin Tendulkar after the match…
 


10:59 am: Kulkarni smashes four off a full length delivery by Mohit Sharma. That brings the winning run for Mumbai. What a memorable way to end Tendulkar’s last Ranji Trophy match.

Tendulkar  remained unbeaten on 79.
 


10:28 am: That’s five runs off Mohit Sharma’s bowling. Followed by a four by Tendulkar. Mumbai now needs to win. Tendulkar is unbeaten on .
 


Meanwhile…


10:10 am: Mumbai inches closers to the winning target. They need 18 runs from remaining 80 overs. Tendulkar is unbeaten on 70.
 


10:04 am: Tendulkar hits the first four of the day off Harshal Patel. he smashes it through backward point.
 


09:55 am: Joginder Sharma, who took five wickets in the first innings, has replaced Mohit Sharma. Kulkarni will face Joginder.
 


In the meantime, people are happy that the Haryana-Mumbai match is not coinciding with the India-Australia match!


09:43 am: New ball has been taken by the Haryana bowlers.
 


09:42 am: The Haryana bowlers are keeping the lose tight around Mumbai batsmen. However, Tendulkar and Kulkarni seem to have decided to go slow. The target is less and quite inside their reach, if Mumbai don’t lose quick wickets.


09:27 am: Harshal Patel replaces Jayant Yadav. Tendulkar takes two runs from the first two balls. On the fifth ball, he takes three runs. That’s a lot of running between the wickets for the 40-year-old. Much needed preparations ahead of two-Test match series against West Indies.
 


09:24 am: Mohit Sharma gives a maiden over. Dhawal Kulkarni wasn’t able to hit the ball much. Good length deliveries were bowled by Mohit.


09:22 am: Jayant Yadav opens the bowling for Haryana on Day Five of the Group A Ranji Trophy match between Haryana and Mumbai.


Ranji Trophy Defending Champions Mumbai have a huge task ahead on the final day of the Group A match against Haryana as they will be needing 39 runs to win the match.

Sachin Tendulkar remains unbeaten on 55. Dhawal Kulkarni is the other unbeaten batsman. Tendulkar has been running out of partners on Fay Four. 

The only game Tendulkar has played against Haryana is in 1991 which they ended up losing the game by two runs.

That day Tendulkar scored 96 quick runs before playing a rash shot against Yogendra Bhandari. At Lahli he has looked composed. Will he take Mumbai past the finish line?