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Ranji Trophy 2018/19, Round 9, Day 2: Baroda defeat Karnataka in a low scoring thriller   

Pavan Suresh
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767   //    08 Jan 2019, 19:01 IST

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The second day saw Rajasthan crush Tripura by an innings and 77 runs in Elite Group C. In Elite Group A, Railways defeated Maharashtra by an innings and 58 runs. 

Baroda defeated Karnataka by 2 wickets in a low scoring thriller. Let us have a quick round-up of the day's play across India.

 Elite Group A

Baroda versus Karnataka (Moti Bagh Stadium, Vaddodra)

Baroda defeated Karnataka by 2 wickets in a low scoring thriller. Resuming at the overnight score of 13 for 2, Karnataka were bowled out for 220 runs in their second innings. Chasing the target of 110 runs to win, Baroda chased it down with 8 wickets down.

Baroda 223 in 51 overs (Vishnu Solanki 69, Deepak Hooda 51, Sheryas Gopal 4/47, Hedge 4/74) and 110 for 8 in 28.1 overs (Yusuf Pathan 41, Solanki 20, Prasidh Krishna 3/14, S Gopal 2/12) beat Karnataka 112 in 31.2 overs (Manish Pandey 43, Sharath 30, Meriwala 3/22, Bhatt 3/27) and 220 in 63.4 overs (Manish Pandey 50, Siddharth 64, Bhatt 5/116, Deepak Hooda 5/31) by 2 wickets

Baroda 6, Karnataka 0.  

Mumbai versus Chhattisgarh (Wankdehe Stadium, Mumbai)

Starting at the overnight score of 118 for 3, Mumbai could only add 70 runs to their overnight total before being bowled out for 188 runs. Chhattisgarh, in their second innings, were bowled out for 149. Chasing a target of 91 runs to win, Mumbai ended the day at 77 for 0.

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Chhattisgarh 129 in 42.1 overs (Khare 48, Tushar Desphande 5/46, Shardul Thakur 4/32) and 149 in 32.5 overs (Vishal Singh 47, Khare 33, Tushar Deshpande 4/53, Shardul Thakur 4/47) Mumbai  188 in 62 overs (Auti 43, Suryakumar Yadav 43, S Dube 28, Panjak Rao 3/53, Harpreet Singh 2/11) and 77 for 0 in 22 overs (Bista 36*, Auti 32*)

Mumbai require 14 runs to win.

Saurashtra versus Vidarbha (SCA Stadium, Rajkot)

Starting at the overnight score of 218 for 5, Saurashtra were bowled out for 356 runs in their first innings. In reply, Vidarbha ended the day at 63 for 2.

Vidarbha 63 for 2 in 31 overs (Taide 31, Undakat 1/11, Mankad 1/12) trail Saurashtra 356 in 136.4 overs (D Jadeja 72, Makvana 49*, Harvik Desai 74, Sheldon Jackson 65, Bingewar 3/68, Yash Thakur 4/92, ) by 293 runs. 

Railways versus Maharashtra (Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi)

Railways defeated Maharashtra by an innings and 58 runs on second day. Starting the day at the overnight score of 184 for 9, the last pair added 75 runs to propel the score to 259 runs. In their second innings, Maharashtra were bowled out for 131 runs.  

 Railways 259 in 77.4 overs (Mahesh Rawat 89, Anureet Singh 36*, Bachhav 8/108) beat  Maharashtra 70 in 23.2 overs (SS Bachhav 15, Avinash Yadav 4/38) and 131 in 39.1 overs (SS Bachhav 27, Avinash Yadav 5/71, Harsh Tyagi 4/29) by an innings and 58 runs.

Railways 7 , Maharashtra 0.      

Elite Group B

Himachal Pradesh versus Kerala (Atal Bihari Vajpayee Stadium, Nadun)

Starting the day at 257 for 7, Himachal Pradesh added 40 runs to their overnight total before being bowled out for 297 runs in their first innings. In reply, Kerala ended the day at 219 for 5.

Kerala 219 for 5 in 64 overs (Ponnam Rahul 103*, Azharuddeen 40, Guleria 2/29) trail Himachal Pradesh 297 in 96.1 overs (Ankit Kalsi 101, Raghav Dhawan 58, Nidheesh 6/88) by 78 runs.

Madhya Pradesh versus Andhra Pradesh (Holkar Stadium, Indore)

Starting the day at the overnight score of 24 for 3, Madhya Pradesh were bowled out for 91 runs in their first innings. In their second innings, Andhra Pradesh ended the day at 198 for 7

Andhra Pradesh 132 in 54.3 overs (Prasanth Kumar 29, Ishwar Pandey 4/43, Kumar Kartikeya 3/23) and 198 for 7 in 64 overs (Karan Shinde 45*, Prasanth 44, KR Sen 2/50, SS Sharma 2/16) lead Madhya Pradesh 91 in 35.5 overs (Naman Ojha 30, Patidar 19, Girinath Reddy 6/29, Vijaykumar 2/14) by 239 runs. 

Tamil Nadu versus Delhi (Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai)

Starting the day at the overnight score of 215 for 3, Tamil Nadu posted 432 runs in their first innings. In reply, Delhi ended the day in a trick situation at Delhi ended day 2 in a tricky situation at 35 for 2.

Delhi 35 for 2 in 12.5 overs (Chandela 27, Sai Kishore ¼) trail Tamil Nadu 432 in 164.4 overs (Abhinav Mukund 134, Ranjan Paul 78, Shahrukh Khan 55, Indrajith 84, Vikas Mishra 5/142, Shivam Sharma 4/105) by 397 runs. 

Bengal versus Punjab (Jadavpur University Campus 2nd Ground, Kolkata)

It was a good batting display by Punjab batsmen. Starting the day at the overnight score of 47 for 2, Punjab ended the day at 357 for 7.

Punjab 357 for 7 (Anmolpreet Singh 124*, Shubman Gill 91, Mukesh Kumar 4/89, Pramanik 3/100) lead Bengal 187 in 69.1 overs (SP Goswami 57, Sudip Chatterjee 52, VI Chaduhary 6/62) by 170 runs.

Elite Group C

Haryana versus Services (Ch Bansi Lal Stadium, Lahli, Rohtak)

Starting the day at the overnight score of 10 for 1, Haryana were bowled out for 149 runs in their first innings. Services, in their second innings, were dismissed for a paltry total of 79 runs.

Services 170 in 59.3 overs (Hathwala 54, Bamal30, Kundu 6/60) and 79 in 29.3 overs (Tinu Kundu 5/35, Himanshu Rana 4/24) Haryana 149 in 57.5 overs (Rohila 64, , Bamal 7/42 RS Paliwal 2/30 and 3 for 1 in 2 overs (Amit Kumar 2*)

Haryana require 98 runs to win. 

Jammu and Kashmir versus Jharkhand (Gandhi Memorial Science College Ground, Jammu)

After no play taking place on the first day, the match between Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand finally began on the second day. Jammu and Kashmir captain Parveez Rasool won the toss and decided to bat first. They were bowled out for 151 runs in the first innings. In reply, Jharkhand ended the day at 9 for 0.

 Jharkhand 9 for 0 in 3 overs (Siddiqui 8*) trail Jammu and Kashmir 151 in 45.4 overs (Owais Shah 76, Ajay Yadav 5/16, Anukul Roy 3/27) by 142 runs.

Tripura versus Rajasthan (Maharaja Bir Bikram College Stadium, Agartala)

Rajasthan defeated Tripura by an innings and 76 runs on the second day. Starting the day at the overnight score of 4 for 0, Tripura could only score 106 in their second innings.

Rajasthan 217 in 51.3 overs (TM Ul- Haq 37, MuraSingh 4/75) beat Tripura 35 in 18.5 overs (Neelambuj Vats 11*, Aniket Chaduhary 5/11, TM UL- Haq 3/1) and 106 in 25.3 overs (RH Saha 24, Harmeet Singh 29, Rahul Chahar 5/17 ) by an innings and 77 runs.

Rajasthan 7, Tripura 0.

Odisha versus Goa (Vikas Cricket Ground, Bhubaneswar)

Starting the day at 259 for 7, Odisha made 352 runs in their first innings. In reply, Goa were bowled out for 116 runs in their first innings. In their second innings, Odisha ended the day at 37 for 1 with a massive lead in sight.

Odisha 352 in 111.5 overs (Patnaik 100, Santanu Mishra 59, SB Pradhan 65, LA Garg 3/87,Krishna Das 2/44, Desai 3/77) and 37 for 1 in 11 overs (Sarangi 23*, Krishna Das 1/6) lead Goa 116 in 39 overs (Sagun Kamat 43, Pradhan 5/48) by 273 runs. 

Uttar Pradesh versus Assam (Green Park Stadium, Kanpur)

Starting the day at 64 for 1, Utter Pradesh batsmen, led by Rinku Singh and Akashedeep Nath, continued to bat throughout the day and ended the day at 377 for 5.

 Uttar Pradesh 377 for 5 in 116 overs (Rinku Singh 96*, Akashdeep Nath 81, Umang Sharma 32, Ranjit Mali 1/77, Arup Das 1/63, Gokul Sharma 1/44) lead   Assam 175 in 53.4 overs (PP Das 75, Yash Dayal 3/15, Saurabh Kumar 3/25) by 202 runs. 

Plate Group

Bihar versus Manipur ( Moin-ul- Haq stadium, Patna)

Starting the day at the overnight score of 107 for 5, Bihar were bowled out for 257 runs in their first innings. In their second innings, Manipur ended the day at 217 for 7.

Manipur 156 in 32 overs (Mayank Raghav 79, Quadri 5/49, Ashtoush Aman 4/39) 217 for 7 in 65 overs (Yashpal Singh 84, Aman 4/61) lead Bihar 257 in 63.1 overs (Kundan Gupta 38, Aman 38, Vivek Kumar 40, KP Singh 5/74, Konthoujam 5/74) by 116 runs. 

Arunachal Pradesh versus Sikkim (DN Singha Stadium, Goalpara)

Sikkim are on the verge of a big win over Arunachal Pradesh. Starting the day at 132 for 3, Sikkim were bowled out for 262 runs in their first innings. In their second innings, Arunachal Pradesh ended the day at 104 for 8.

 Arunachal Pradesh 169 in 49.1 overs (Kshitiz Sharma 59, Milind Kumar 5/42, Ishwar Chadharury 3/55) and 104 for 8 in 43 overs (Kshitiz Sharma 31, Ishwar Chaduhary 5/49) lead Sikkim 262 in 95.3 overs (Lee Yong Lepcha 58*, Milind Kumar 51, Dayali 37, Deendayal 3/96, Tehi 2/25) by 11 runs.

Puducherry versus Nagaland (Nagaland Cricket Stadium, Sovima, Dimapur)

Starting at the overnight score of 387 for 5, Nagaland were bowled out for 467 in their first innings. In reply, Puducherry have responded strongly to end day 2 at 224 for 3.

Puducherry 224 for 3 in 66 overs (Paras Dogra 109*, Sai Karthik 81, Lemtur 1/49) trail Nagaland 467 in 106.3 overs (Zhimomi 177, Jonathan 123 , Lohchab 100, Pankaj Singh 3/118, Gomez 3/59 ) by 243 runs.

Uttarakhand versus Mizoram (Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Dehradun, Uttarakhand)

Uttarakhand bowlers showed their class on the second day against Mizoram. Starting the day at 8 for 0, Mizoram were bowled out for 198 in their first innings. Having been asked to follow on, Mizoram ended the day at 32 for 1.

Mizoram 198 in 75.2 overs (Taruwar Kohli 96*, Ralte 30, Dhanraj Sharma 3/49, Sunny Rana 2/46 and 32 for 1 in 12 overs (Lalhruaizela 18*) trail Uttarakhand 377 in 83.5 overs (Saurabh Rawat 102, Rajat Bhatia 84, Akhil Rajput 2/21, Tarwur Kohli 2/61) by 147 runs.  

  

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