Easy victory of Madhya Pradesh due to the magic of Kartikeya’s spin
Kartikeya, who was the second most successful bowler after Shams Mulani with 32 wickets last season, continued his form with figures of 10 for 64 in the match as Madhya Pradesh hammered Chandigarh twice for scores of 57 and 127 on the second day. Did.
Left-arm spinner Kumar Karthikeya took a maiden 10-wicket haul in first-class cricket as defending champions Madhya Pradesh thrashed Chandigarh by an innings and 125 runs in their Ranji Trophy Group D match here on Wednesday. Kartikeya, who was the second most successful bowler after Shams Mulani with 32 wickets last season, continued his form with figures of 10 for 64 in the match as Madhya Pradesh hammered Chandigarh twice for scores of 57 and 127 on the second day. Did. After registering two consecutive wins with bonus points, the Madhya Pradesh side are on top of Group D with 14 points.
The team also defeated Jammu and Kashmir by an innings and 17 runs in their first match. Madhya Pradesh started the day at 289 for seven and were bundled out for 309 in their innings. For Chandigarh, Sandeep Sharma took three wickets for 93 runs while Hartejaswi Kapoor took two wickets for 64 runs. In response, the Chandigarh team was reduced to just 24 overs in the first innings. Opener Arsalan Khan was the top scorer with 34 off 58 balls. Karthikeya took six wickets for 20 runs. In the second innings as well, Chandigarh’s team could last only 44.3 overs in front of the sharp bowling of Kartikeya (4/44) and Saransh Jain (5/37).
In the second innings, Ankit Kaushik was the top scorer for Chandigarh by scoring 69 runs. In Nagpur, Tripura posted 290 for seven in their first innings to take a 26-run lead over former champions Tripura. Vidarbha had scored 264 runs in the first innings. For Tripura, Sudip Chatterjee scored 83, Wriddhiman Saha scored 66 and Vishal Ghosh scored 48 runs.
In another Group D match at Ahmedabad, Gujarat consolidated their position by scoring 85 for three in the second innings after forcing Jammu and Kashmir to follow on after being bundled out for 135 in the first innings. . Jammu and Kashmir’s team is still 89 runs behind Gujarat’s score of 307 runs. The Jammu and Kashmir team was bundled out for 135 runs in 43.5 overs in the first innings. Only Fazil Rashid (51 not out) was able to bat on behalf of the team. For Gujarat, Siddharth Desai took six for 38 while Hardik Patel took two for 34. In the second innings also all three wickets went to Desai’s account.
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