Manish Pandey scored 108    IANS
Manish Pandey scored 108 IANS

Manish Pandey: Fall of Karun Nair brought Pandey in the middle. The 28-year old played out a Steven Smith-esque innings at Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi. He alongside Mayank Agarwal brought Railways on the mat.

His century came in 159 balls that included nine 4s and 2 sixes. His innings ended on 108.

Gautam Gambhir: Having qualified for the quarter-finals, Gambhir came out all guns blazing. He batted with brute force smashing a 33-ball 32, which included seven fours. He fell to Mehdi Hasan.

Rishabh Pant: Leading Delhi for the first time this season, Pant had a poor outing with the bat. He made a mere 18-ball 16.

Pragyan Ojha: Fighting for form, Ojha has struggled after a change in action. He proved to be pricey for Hyderabad, leaking 72 runs in 14 overs.

Karun Nair: With qualification in the bag, Nair came in a difficult situation for Karnataka. At 5 for 2, Nair lasted just 14 balls to depart for 10.

Robin Uthappa: Coming in at No. 4, Uthappa shined with the bat yet again. Bringing up his third First-Class half-century in as many matches, he has become a strong force for Saurashtra. He was dismissed for 59.

Parthiv Patel: Patel continued to throw his scalp after starts. He scored a quickfire 32 off 33 balls before falling to Shahbaz Nadeem.

Prithvi Shaw: The Mumbai Under-19 prodigy, suffered a rare failure. He fell for 1.