J&K elderly justice platoon fur formerly again failed as they suffered another innings defeat in the ongoing Ranji jewel event against Railroads at Lalbhai Contractor Stadium, Surat on Thursday. Following on J&K’s fur failed in the alternate inning also as the whole platoon got all out for 193 run aggregate on the third day of the play, handing Railroads innings and 73 runs win. It’s the third big defeat for J&K in this season’s Ranji jewel event out of four matches played. They’ve been suitable to win only one match so far, and that was against Vidarbha. before third days play started from J&K continuing their alternate innings from5/0, running Railroads’ first inning aggregate by 261 runs. The whole side got whisked out for 193 run aggregate.
Fazil Rashid with 53 was the loftiest arranger for J&K while Auqib Nabi scored 31. Vivrant Sharma who was brought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for2.60 crores lately scored 29. From the Railroads side, Aakash Pandey formerly again ran through J&K fur taking four lattices in the alternate innings. He completed the match haul of 10 lattices. MR Raut and Shivam Choudhary took two lattices each.
Railroads won the match by innings and 73 runs. Mohammad Saif for his magnific unbeaten knock of 233 was awarded man of thematch.Earlier thanks to Mohammad Saif’s brilliant unbeaten knock of 233 runs Railroads scored 427 runs in the first innings. Saif remained not out on a magnific 233 from 293 balls. He hit 30 fours and three sixes. The coming stylish score in Railroads innings was 32 by Vivek Singh. For J&K, Abid Mushtaq took four lattices while Umar took three. Auqib Nabi took two lattices while Mohammad Tahir took one. In reply, J&K got all out for 161 run aggregate in the first innings to hand Railroads first innings lead of 266. They were forced to follow on.
Suryansh Raina with 48 was the loftiest arranger for J&K while Musaif Aijaz scored 39. Aakash Pandey took six lattices for Railroads while MR Raut took two. In the match which saw none of the other batters suitable to reach indeed the 55 run mark with 53 being the coming-stylish score, Mohammad Saif of Railroads displayed the loftiest position of brilliance. There are veritably many exemplifications of such an inning in the entire Ranji jewel history and it was pure class displayed by Saif.
After playing four matches in this season’s Ranji jewel event, J&K stood in sixth place at the points table in Elite Group D with bare six points. They suffered an innings defeat against Madhya Pradesh in the first match followed by a nine- gate defeat against Gujarat in the alternate match. In the third match, J&K beat Vidarbha by 42 runs.