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Highlights from Round 4 of Day 3 of the Ranji Trophy: Jalaj Saxena gets a five-wicket haul, and Tamil Nadu takes the lead.

Kerala against Goa

The day comes to a close with Kerala at 173/6. Both Rohan Prem (batting 68) and Jalaj Saxena (batting 29) put forth significant effort to score 45 runs for the seventh wicket together. The advantage for Kerala is 126 runs. Goa makes some headway in the afternoon. Shubham Desai dismissed Rahul for 16 with a bowling delivery that went around his legs. As a result of the wicket, Kerala’s scoring pace has slowed significantly. Sachin Baby was dismissed by Captain Darshan Misal for 4, bringing Kerala’s score to 121/4. The age of fifty has been reached by Rohan Prem. As a result of the pitch’s twisting, batting on it is becoming progressively more challenging.

Kerala against Goa

At tea time, Kerala’s score is 110/2, and they are cruising at a rate of almost five runs per over. At that point in the game, Rohan Prem had reached 44, while P. Rahul remained undefeated on 15. In the match between Kerala and Goa, Kerala is now up by six runs. Shoun Roger, the makeshift opener, is the batsman who Garg bowls leg before wicket to for 11. Rohan Kunnummal is now batting on 26, while Rohan Prem, who has not been out yet, is keeping him company. Mohit successfully eliminates the potentially harmful Rohan Kunnummal for 36. The batsman is fooled by the bounce, and Sayush Prabhudessai makes a spectacular catch at short leg. Kerala 71/2.

Kerala against Goa: Tailenders frustrate Kerala. Goa goes for the kill with 311 and has a comfortable lead of 46. Jalaj Saxena took another five wickets in this match.

In the match between Mumbai and Tamil Nadu, shortly before midday at the Brabourne Stadium, Sai Sudharsan jumped out to drive Tanush Kotian but ended up gifting a catch to Mumbai skipper Ajinkya Rahane for 68. This was the moment when Tamil Nadu lost their third wicket for 150.

When play resumed for the day, Tamil Nadu was already down by 275 runs, and they were facing the bowling of Tushar Deshpande. On the second delivery of the day, Baba Aparajith was dropped by wicketkeeper-batter Hardik Tamore. This saved Tamil Nadu from a potential disaster. However, Aparajith’s time at the bat was cut short as he was only able to add four runs to the previous day’s total when Mohit Avasthi rattled his off-stump for 22 and ended the 69-run partnership for the second wicket. Mohit Avasthi took the second wicket. When this happened, Tamil Nadu was at 100 for two, and the Mumbai bowlers were looking for a method to get them out. However, Sudharsan stood his own and formed an important partnership with Tamil Nadu’s captain, Baba Indrajith.

The 21-year-old Sudharsan is a top-order batter who has the fluency of a southpaw. He comes with an impressive record in all formats, and as the off-spinner Tanush Kotian bowled around the wicket, he looked comfortable and batted with ease to bring the score up to his third half-century of the tournament so far.

Tamil Nadu had high hopes for a comeback as Sudharsan seemed to be settling in, but now that the partnership has been destroyed, the on is on skipper Indrajith and Pradosh Ranjan Paul to build on what they had. In the first innings, Paul struck a fifty as wickets were falling at the other end. Now, he needs to stand up once again and perform in order for the team to be successful.

Kerala against Goa

Ishaan is out for 105 after being caught in the slips not long after reaching his century, which is Jalaj’s third wicket of the morning. Goa 264/8. Ahead of schedule for Kerala. Even though the batsman was upset with the decision, Jalaj was able to remove Goa’s skipper Darshan Misal by getting him out by leg before wicket. Tendulkar is cornered by Jalaj, and Goa’s score now stands at 232/7. Ishan during the 1990s. Early in the day, wicketkeeper Hardik Tamore made a crucial error that resulted in Tami Nadu batsman Baba Aparajith being out for 18. This resulted in disappointment for Mumbai. The bowler, Tushar Deshpande, could not believe what he was seeing! Even though they are still down by 264 runs, Tamil Nadu has been given a significant lifeline by this development.

Our reporter Shayan Acharya has an update on the match between Mumbai and Tamil Nadu.

Today is a very foggy day in Mumbai, and the local squad is attempting to play well despite the weather. Shortly after Tamore missed the catch, Rahane, the captain, approached him and offered him some consolation. In spite of the setback, Mumbai is determined to come out on top, and whenever Deshpande or Mohit Avasthi steps up to the bowling crease, the other members of the squad yell in Marathi, ” Wicket yenaar… (wicket will arrive)” It will need nine more wickets for Mumbai to secure an outright victory, while Tamil Nadu still has an uphill battle in this match. What a laugh Unadkat is having with this game! The captain of the Saurashtra team achieves a fifty off 52 balls after a fantastic effort with the ball.

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