Ranji Trophy: Cricketer Sarfaraz Khan misses second double century

Feb 13 2020 04:44 PM
Ranji Trophy: Cricketer Sarfaraz Khan misses second double century

22-year-old Mumbai batsman Sarfaraz Khan continues to have a great form at the moment. At the same time, his bat is raining heavily. Sarfaraz, who is in the best form of his career, missed his second double century on Thursday. At the same time, playing for the 41-time champion Mumbai, who has been out of the knockout race, Sarfaraz Khan played brilliant innings of 177 runs with the help of 24 fours and three sixes in 210 balls.

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On the basis of Sarfaraz's unbeaten century, Mumbai has scored 392 runs against Madhya Pradesh at the loss of six wickets. This is Sarfaraz's third century in the last four matches, including an unbeaten triple and an unbeaten double century.

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According to the report, by the end of the first day's play, Sarfaraz was on the crease after playing an unbeaten innings of 169 runs in 204 balls with the help of 22 fours and three sixes. Before this match, Sarfaraz has played five matches in this year's Ranji so far, in which he has scored a triple century, a double century and two half-centuries and has scored more than 700 runs.

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