A video of Mumbai captain Ajit Agarkar talking about his team's performance against Baroda in the Ranji Trophy.

Mumbai looks in command against Baroda in the Ranji Trophy quarterfinal match after the end of third day game. Resuming the day on 524 for six, Mumbai added 121 runs by losing three more wickets before deciding to declare on a mammoth 645 for nine.

Replying to Mumbai's huge first innings runs visitors Baroda were struggling at stumps with half the team already out, still trailing by 478 runs and needing 279 more to avoid the follow on. Having declared at 645 for nine, the 39-time champions equalised their previous record total against the same opponent scored in 1945-46.