Day 2 Live Score, Ranji Trophy Updates: Sarfaraz hits a ton, and Rahane scores a double century; Mumbai, Dec. 651/6

Updates on the Ranji Trophy Live Score:

Get the live cricket score, updates, commentary, and highlights from the Ranji Trophy 2022-23’s second round of matches.

Mumbai vs. Hyderabad: Elite

Group B Hyderabad won the toss and chose to bowl Mumbai 651/6

Meghalaya vs. Sikkim: Elite

Group Sikkim won the toss and chose to bat Sikkim 140 & 4/0, Meghalaya 153

Assam vs. Delhi: Elite

Group B Assam won the toss and chose to bowl Delhi 439

Rajasthan vs. Kerala: Elite

Group C Kerala won the toss and chose to bowl After the declaration.

Sarfaraz Khan once more excels with a blistering 126 runs unbeaten off 161 balls, including 18 boundaries.

Given Mumbai’s massive total, Hyderabad’s openers must get off to a strong start.

Hyderabad versus Mumbai:

With Mumbai scoring an impressive 636/5 at lunch on Day 2, Sarfaraz Khan is within striking distance of his 150.

Ajinkya Rahane, the captain of Mumbai, won the session with a brilliant double century, and Sarafaraz took over with a quickfore century to put Mumbai ahead.

Hyderabad versus Mumbai:

Mumbai has reached 600 runs with Ajinkya Rahane scoring a brilliant 204 off 261 deliveries and Sarfaraz Khan scoring an unbeaten century.

After winning its first game at home against Tamil Nadu by a narrow margin, Hyderabad now faces another difficult challenge.

Mumbai versus Hyderabad:

Brilliant twofold 100 years from Ajinkya Rahane as the Mumbai captain gets to his milestone in 256 conveyances with 26 limits and three sixes.

As the pair has forged an unbeaten 196-run stand, Sarfaraz Khan is getting close to reaching his century.

Day One Summary:

On the first day of the four-day Ranji Trophy Elite Group B match at Bandra Sharad Pawar Cricket Academy in Hyderabad on Tuesday.

Mumbai’s batting power was on display, with the team’s exciting Yashasvi Jaiswal and captain Ajinkya Rahane scoring centuries to help the team post an impressive 457 for three at the end of play.

Hyderabad had defeated Mumbai in the previous match.

Hyderabad could have hoped for something more dramatic when opener Prithvi Shaw (19) was caught behind in the fourth over of the day after being surprised by pacer Karthikeya Kak’s extra bounce and late movement.

The fact that Mumbai scored 169 runs for one at lunch in 31 overs may have been done with the intention of demoralizing the opposition by scoring quickly and without taking any risks on a surface that didn’t bother the batters in any way.

When left-arm spinner M. Shashank trapped Suryakumar lbw in the third over after lunch, he stretched fully forward but missed the ball’s line. As a result, Suryakumar missed out on a century.

As a result, Yashasvi was joined by Mumbai captain Ajinkya Rahane (139 batting, 190 assisting, 18×4, 2×6), and the two of them combined to score 206 runs for Hyderabad’s third wicket in 229 balls.

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