Delhi have already qualified for the semi-finals © Getty Images ( Representational Photo)
Delhi have already qualified for the semi-finals © Getty Images ( Representational Photo)

Pune: Delhi‘s impressive run of wins finally ended today as Maharashtra eked out three points on the basis of earning the first-innings lead though the already-qualified visitors maintained their numero position in the Ranji Trophy cricket tournament at Pune.

Resuming at their overnight score of 185 for five, Maharashtra’s second innings ended at 366 with Shrikant Mundhe producing an aggressive century at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium. Mundhe’s 104 came off 119 balls and included 12 fours and five sixes.Before Mundhe, Chirag Khurana and Rahul Tripathi had contributed 80 and 66.

For Delhi, Parvinder Awana picked up 4/68, while there were two wickets apiece for Vikas Tokas and Sumit Narwal respectively.In their second innings on the fourth and final day, Delhi were 78 for three wickets at the close of play in the Group B match.

Table-toppers Delhi, who have already qualified for the semifinals, took a point from the match, while the hosts collected three.