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Ranji Trophy Final 2022 Highlights: Madhya Pradesh beat Mumbai to win maiden title

Ranji Trophy Final 2022 Highlights: Madhya Pradesh have defeated Mumbai by six wickets to clinch their maiden Ranji Trophy title.

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Ranji Trophy Final 2022 Highlights: Madhya Pradesh defeated Mumbai by six wickets to clinch their maiden Ranji Trophy final on Sunday. Chasing the modest target of 108, Madhya Pradesh reached the total with six wickets in the hut. Rajat Patidar remained unbeaten on 30. Earlier today, Kumar Kartikeya’ (4/98) helped Madhya Pradesh to restrict Mumbai to 269 runs.

Follow highlights from Mumbai vs Madhya Pradesh below.

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Ranji Trophy Final Day 5: Catch all the highlights between MP vs MUM from Bengaluru.

14:52 (IST)26 Jun 2022
MADHYA PRADESH ARE RANJI TROPHY CHAMPIONS!

Madhya Pradesh have defeated Mumbai by six wickets to clinch their maiden Ranji Trophy title. 

14:11 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: MP lose third wicket!

Second wicket of the innings for Shams Mulani. This time he has removed Parth Sahni (5), who holed out at the deep mid-wicket. Madhya Pradesh need 41 runs to win. 

14:03 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Mulani gets Mantri

Shams Mulani cleans up Himanshu Mantri for 37. Madhya Pradesh need 46 runs to win their maiden Ranji Trophy title. 

13:11 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: MP need 92 runs to win!

Madhya Pradesh need 92 runs to win their maiden Ranji Trophy title. They have lost opener Yash Dubey cheaply, but Shubham Sharma and Himanshu Mantri are steady at the crease. Madhya Pradesh: 16/1

12:04 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: MP need 108 to win the Ranji Trophy!

MP need 108 to win the Ranji Trophy as Parth Sahani traps Mohit Avasthi leg-before and ends the Mumbai innings at 269 in 57.3 overs. That will also be lunch. Mumbai: 269 all out

- Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru 

11:58 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Mumbai lead by 99 runs!

MP will have to chase a three-figure target as the Mumbai lead edges to 99 but given how the pitch is playing, they won't be bothered with that. Mumbai: 261/9

- Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

11:47 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Mumbai nine down!

Mumbai made a push for quick runs in their second innings but they lost too many wickets this morning and are now down to the last man with a lead of merely 90. Mumbai: 253/9

 - Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

11:10 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Parth Sahani removes Sarfaraz!

Parth Sahani removes Sarfaraz Khan for 45 on first-class debut, a top-edged sweep sailing to deep square leg, and Mumbai's lead is only 74. Mumbai: 236/7

 - Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

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10:22 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Jaiswal departs!

The injured Jaiswal goes second ball trying a slog sweep to Kartikeya, and the top edge sails to short third man. Mumbai effectively 36 for 5, and an outright win in sight for MP. Mumbai: 198/5

 - Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

10:17 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy FInal Live: Kartikeya uproots Parkar's off stump!

Kartikeya uproots Parkar's off stump with a straighter one as Parkar tries to cut and misses. Yashasvi Jaiswal, who did not take the field on the fourth day with an ankle sprain, walks in at No 6.

 - Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

10:13 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Mumbai are still going at run a ball

Seven fielders in the deep for MP and Mumbai are still going at run a ball, Suved Parkar moves to 50 off 56 with a square-driven four, also tells you how good this surface is still for batting. Mumbai: 192/3

- Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

10:01 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Mumbai take lead!

Mumbai go into the lead now with 85 overs left in the day. Mumbai: 164/3

- Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

09:38 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Wicket!

Lovely surprise, slow full toss by Gaurav Yadav against all the wide bowling and Armaan Jaffer, who has been moving across, loses his leg stump. Mumbai: 139/3

_ Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

09:29 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Nasty collision!

Nasty collision at deep extra cover between two advancing fielders Shubham Sharma and the captain Aditya Shrivastava, one's shoulder goes into the other's knee. Shubham was on the ground for a while and has now been taken off the field. The skipper seems okay now. Mumbai: 129/2

- Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

09:27 (IST)26 Jun 2022
Ranji Trophy Final Live: Welcome!
09:26 (IST)26 Jun 2022
7-2 leg-side field for MUM

MP begin the final morning of the Ranji Trophy final with a 7-2 leg-side field and left-arm spinner Kumar Kartikeya bowling outside leg stump. Suved Parkar tries but cannot consistently attack that line.

- Abhishek Purohit from Bengaluru

Ranji Trophy Final 2022 Highlights:

MP show how to get one hand on Ranji Trophy: Bat over 177 overs and bowl smartly wide outside off

Shouts of ‘RCB, RCB’ would ring out from the stand next to the MP dressing room as the crowd of a few hundred cheered Patidar’s boundaries and his hundred, which came off 163 balls. (Twitter/BCCI Domestic)

Mumbai may have had a tiny window of opportunity when they reduced Madhya Pradesh to 430 for 6 – a lead of 56 for MP – on the fourth morning of the Ranji Trophy final at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. But Rajat Patidar’s brilliance and No 8 Saransh Jain’s pluck ensured MP stretched their first innings to 536 and kept Mumbai in the field for a gruelling 177.2 overs.

Hardik Tamore, opening in the place of the injured Yashasvi Jaiswal, and Prithvi Shaw began the Mumbai second innings with a stand of 63 in 10.3 overs but MP began to bowl wide and Mumbai’s push ran out of steam with the exit of the openers. Heading into the final day, Mumbai were still behind by 49 and MP’s grip on their maiden Ranji title (since the state’s reorganization) appeared ironclad. (READ MORE)

First published on: 26-06-2022 at 08:09:26 am
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