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Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Come With His Experience After His Century

Ranji Trophy: In-form Sarfaraz Khan, the Mumbai batsman, extended his outstanding run in the Ranji Trophy, striking another massive century on the second day of the recently won quarter-final match against Uttarakhand.

Suved Parkar, a debutant, got the Player of the Match title for his 252-run performance in the first innings, but Sarfaraz also played a key 153-run knock to enable Mumbai win by a massive 725 runs. On day three, captain Prithvi Shaw declared the innings on 261/3, therefore he didn’t get an opportunity to bat in the second innings.

On day two, the Mumbai team declared their first innings at 647/8, with Parkar reaching 252, Sarfaraz Khan 153, and Shams Mulani and Armaan Jaffer each scoring 50. With left-arm spinner Mulani getting five wickets, the Mumbai spinners bowled Uttarakhand out for just 114 runs.

After that, Mumbai reached 261/3 in 58 overs, with Yashasvi Jaiswal making a century and Prithvi Shaw and Aditya Tare each scoring rapid fifties. The Mumbai bowlers shone once more, dismissing Uttarakhand’s innings for only 69 runs. Mulani collected three more wickets to lead Mumbai to the Ranji Trophy 2022 final.

Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Come With His Experience After His Century
Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Come With His Experience After His Century

Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Khan Opens Up With His Hard Work & Dedication

With 69* runs at the end of day one, the 24-year-old Mumbai-born batsman was unbeaten. He’d converted five of his previous eleven fifties into centuries. Now he stated that he was willing to convert this one as well on day two. Before scoring a century, he spoke to the media after the second day’s play and voiced his concerns.

“I wanted to score a century, I can’t let it go so easily. I couldn’t sleep the entire night. A century kept playing on in my mind the entire night yesterday.” Sarfaraz Khan.

With a six to Akash Madhwal over third man, he hit his third century of the season and went on to score 153 runs off just 205 balls with 14 fours and four sixes. This century, he also passed Chetan Bist as the season’s greatest run-scorer.

With 704 runs in only five innings. He also discussed his off-the-field efforts in recent years which have resulted in him scoring 2252 runs in just 23 First-Class matches with an amazing average of 80.42.

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Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Khan Sets A New Record In First-Class Cricket

In the upcoming Ranji Trophy 2022 quarter-final encounter against Uttarakhand, Mumbai batsman Sarfaraz Khan hit another thunderous first-class century. On the second day of the quarterfinal game, Sarfaraz hit 153 in 205 balls, with 14 boundaries and a six. In first-class cricket, the Mumbai batsman reached his eighth century.

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Only late Australian batting great Don Bradman has a better record in the exclusive list of players with the greatest batting average with at least 2000 runs in first-class cricket. Sarfaraz averages 140.80 this season and overall above 80.

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With 928 runs in six games at an average of 154.66. The Mumbai batsman concluded the 2019-20 Ranji season as the leading run-scorer. With a top of 301 not out against Uttar Pradesh, he struck three hundreds and two fifties.

Ranji Trophy: In-form Sarfaraz Khan, the Mumbai batsman, extended his outstanding run in the Ranji Trophy, striking another massive century on the second day of the recently won quarter-final match against Uttarakhand.

Suved Parkar, a debutant, got the Player of the Match title for his 252-run performance in the first innings, but Sarfaraz also played a key 153-run knock to enable Mumbai win by a massive 725 runs. On day three, captain Prithvi Shaw declared the innings on 261/3, therefore he didn’t get an opportunity to bat in the second innings.

On day two, the Mumbai team declared their first innings at 647/8, with Parkar reaching 252, Sarfaraz Khan 153, and Shams Mulani and Armaan Jaffer each scoring 50. With left-arm spinner Mulani getting five wickets, the Mumbai spinners bowled Uttarakhand out for just 114 runs.

After that, Mumbai reached 261/3 in 58 overs, with Yashasvi Jaiswal making a century and Prithvi Shaw and Aditya Tare each scoring rapid fifties. The Mumbai bowlers shone once more, dismissing Uttarakhand’s innings for only 69 runs. Mulani collected three more wickets to lead Mumbai to the Ranji Trophy 2022 final.

Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Come With His Experience After His Century
Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Come With His Experience After His Century

Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Khan Opens Up With His Hard Work & Dedication

With 69* runs at the end of day one, the 24-year-old Mumbai-born batsman was unbeaten. He’d converted five of his previous eleven fifties into centuries. Now he stated that he was willing to convert this one as well on day two. Before scoring a century, he spoke to the media after the second day’s play and voiced his concerns.

“I wanted to score a century, I can’t let it go so easily. I couldn’t sleep the entire night. A century kept playing on in my mind the entire night yesterday.” Sarfaraz Khan.

With a six to Akash Madhwal over third man, he hit his third century of the season and went on to score 153 runs off just 205 balls with 14 fours and four sixes. This century, he also passed Chetan Bist as the season’s greatest run-scorer.

With 704 runs in only five innings. He also discussed his off-the-field efforts in recent years which have resulted in him scoring 2252 runs in just 23 First-Class matches with an amazing average of 80.42.

READ MORE: Babar Azam Becomes The First Batsman In ODI History To Score Three Tons In a Row Twice

Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Khan Sets A New Record In First-Class Cricket

In the upcoming Ranji Trophy 2022 quarter-final encounter against Uttarakhand, Mumbai batsman Sarfaraz Khan hit another thunderous first-class century. On the second day of the quarterfinal game, Sarfaraz hit 153 in 205 balls, with 14 boundaries and a six. In first-class cricket, the Mumbai batsman reached his eighth century.

Only late Australian batting great Don Bradman has a better record in the exclusive list of players with the greatest batting average with at least 2000 runs in first-class cricket. Sarfaraz averages 140.80 this season and overall above 80.

With 928 runs in six games at an average of 154.66. The Mumbai batsman concluded the 2019-20 Ranji season as the leading run-scorer. With a top of 301 not out against Uttar Pradesh, he struck three hundreds and two fifties.

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Ranji Trophy: In-form Sarfaraz Khan, the Mumbai batsman, extended his outstanding run in the Ranji Trophy, striking another massive century on the second day of the recently won quarter-final match against Uttarakhand.

Suved Parkar, a debutant, got the Player of the Match title for his 252-run performance in the first innings, but Sarfaraz also played a key 153-run knock to enable Mumbai win by a massive 725 runs. On day three, captain Prithvi Shaw declared the innings on 261/3, therefore he didn’t get an opportunity to bat in the second innings.

On day two, the Mumbai team declared their first innings at 647/8, with Parkar reaching 252, Sarfaraz Khan 153, and Shams Mulani and Armaan Jaffer each scoring 50. With left-arm spinner Mulani getting five wickets, the Mumbai spinners bowled Uttarakhand out for just 114 runs.

After that, Mumbai reached 261/3 in 58 overs, with Yashasvi Jaiswal making a century and Prithvi Shaw and Aditya Tare each scoring rapid fifties. The Mumbai bowlers shone once more, dismissing Uttarakhand’s innings for only 69 runs. Mulani collected three more wickets to lead Mumbai to the Ranji Trophy 2022 final.

Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Come With His Experience After His Century
Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Come With His Experience After His Century

Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Khan Opens Up With His Hard Work & Dedication

With 69* runs at the end of day one, the 24-year-old Mumbai-born batsman was unbeaten. He’d converted five of his previous eleven fifties into centuries. Now he stated that he was willing to convert this one as well on day two. Before scoring a century, he spoke to the media after the second day’s play and voiced his concerns.

“I wanted to score a century, I can’t let it go so easily. I couldn’t sleep the entire night. A century kept playing on in my mind the entire night yesterday.” Sarfaraz Khan.

With a six to Akash Madhwal over third man, he hit his third century of the season and went on to score 153 runs off just 205 balls with 14 fours and four sixes. This century, he also passed Chetan Bist as the season’s greatest run-scorer.

With 704 runs in only five innings. He also discussed his off-the-field efforts in recent years which have resulted in him scoring 2252 runs in just 23 First-Class matches with an amazing average of 80.42.

READ MORE: Babar Azam Becomes The First Batsman In ODI History To Score Three Tons In a Row Twice

Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Khan Sets A New Record In First-Class Cricket

In the upcoming Ranji Trophy 2022 quarter-final encounter against Uttarakhand, Mumbai batsman Sarfaraz Khan hit another thunderous first-class century. On the second day of the quarterfinal game, Sarfaraz hit 153 in 205 balls, with 14 boundaries and a six. In first-class cricket, the Mumbai batsman reached his eighth century.

Only late Australian batting great Don Bradman has a better record in the exclusive list of players with the greatest batting average with at least 2000 runs in first-class cricket. Sarfaraz averages 140.80 this season and overall above 80.

With 928 runs in six games at an average of 154.66. The Mumbai batsman concluded the 2019-20 Ranji season as the leading run-scorer. With a top of 301 not out against Uttar Pradesh, he struck three hundreds and two fifties.

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