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Patidar, Raghuvanshi got MP out of trouble

Patidar, Raghuvanshi got MP

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Batting first, Madhya Pradesh opener Yash Dubey (44 off 50 balls) and Himanshu Mantri (12) shared a 63-run partnership for the first wicket. Sandeep shocked the hosts by taking the wickets of Mantri and Dubey.

Rajat Patidar and Akshat Raghuvanshi hit half-centuries between Sandeep Sharma’s five-wicket haul to help defending champions Madhya Pradesh reach 289 for seven against Chhattisgarh on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Elite Group D match on Tuesday. Batting first, Madhya Pradesh opener Yash Dubey (44 off 50 balls) and Himanshu Mantri (12) shared a 63-run partnership for the first wicket. Sandeep shocked the hosts by taking the wickets of Mantri and Dubey. Shubham Sharma also became the victim of Hartejaswi Kapoor by scoring one run.

After this, Sandeep sent Aditya Srivastava (seven) to the pavilion, then MP’s score was 94 for four. Patidar scored 88 runs in 116 balls with the help of 16 fours. At the same time, Raghuvanshi is playing after scoring 65 runs in 167 balls. Both added 94 runs for the fifth wicket. Sandeep, who has played two T20 matches for India, took the wicket of Patidar. After this, Raghuvanshi added 67 runs for the seventh wicket with Anubhav Agarwal (25).

Agarwal was lbw by Sandeep on the last ball of the day. In another match, Punjab dismissed Railways for seven wickets for 77 runs after scoring 162 runs in the first innings. In the match being played at Motera, Gujarat scored 267 runs for six wickets against Jammu and Kashmir. In Nagpur, Vidarbha were bowled out for 264 in the first innings with the help of AS Sarkar’s six wickets. In reply, Tripura scored three runs without any loss.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from PTI-language feed.



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