Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2016: Day 2 Roundup




Karnataka wins thriller against Mumbai, Delhi scores second 200 plus score of the season and Parthiv Patel and Harbhajan Singh were the stars on the second day of the Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy.

Harbhajan Singh, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

Harbhajan Singh, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy

Group A

Gujarat vs Vidarbha: Gujarat 174/7 in 20 overs (P Patel 59, M Juneja 37, R Jangid 2/33) beat Vidarbha 114 all out in  18.4 overs ( S Shrivastava 21, RP Singh 3/26, J Bumrah 3/16) by 60 runs.

Parthiv Patel continued his run scoring form and struck a quick fire half century (59 of 38 balls) to post a above par total of 174 along with the help of M Juneja (37 from 35 balls) and Chirag Gandhi (30 from 19 balls) . Vidarbha were never in the chase wickets in regular intervals. Gujarat registered their first win of the tournament.

Tamil Nadu vs Bengal: Tamil Nadu 151 for 8 in 20 overs (A Mukund 41, A Dhas 28*, AP Singh 3/15, Md Shammi 2/30) beat Bengal 82 all out in 15.5 overs (S Goswami31, R Shah 5/12) by 69 runs.

Rahil Shah the left arm spinner from Tamil Nadu took his maiden T20 5 Wicket hall and dismissed Bengal side for a mere 82. None of the Bengal batsman got going and eventually losing by 69 runs.

Hyderabad vs Himachal Pradesh: Hyderabad 140/9 in 20 overs (Ashish Reddy 37, B Sandeep 29, AN Chauhan 4/25) beat HP 126/9 in 20 overs (A Bains 25, N Gangta 24, C Milind 3/34, A bhandari 2/24) by 14 runs.

Group B

Jammu and Kashmir vs Punjab: J&K 105 all out in 19.3 overs (Bandeep Singh 40, Ian Chauhan 39, Harbhajan 3/8, Baltej Singh 3/23) lost to Punjab 108/2 in 14.3 overs (Mandeep Singh 58*, Pragat Singh 44, Md Mudhasir 1/16) by 8 wickets.

Kerala vs Team Rajasthan:  129/7 in 20 overs (R Prem 38, V Jagadeesh 28, NB Singh 4/13) beat Rajasthan 111/8 in 20 overs (R Bahtia 42, P Padmanabhan 3/22) by 18 runs.

Tripura vs Jharkhand: Tripura 146/7 in 20 overs (R A Dey 77*, S Nadeem 3/18, P Seet 2/21) lost to Jharkhand 150/1 in 18.3 overs (I Jaggi 75, V Singh 65) by 9 wickets.

Group C

Madhya Pradesh vs Goa: Goa 104/6 in 20 overs (D Goankar 44*, HS Bhatia 2/15) lost to MP 106/3 in 15.5 overs (J Saxena 24, N Ojha 20, S Jakati 2/22) by 7 wickets.

Madhya Pradesh contunied their winning from and won second match in a row. Bowling first they restricted Goa to a 104 and chased it with easily with 25 balls to spare.

Railways vs Baroda: Baroda 142/5 in 20 overs (H Pandya 54, Y Pathan 41, R Mali 2/21) beat Railways 133/6 in 20 overs (V Singh 46, K Sharma 17, D Hooda 3/23) by 9 runs.

Hardin Pandya fresh from his maiden Team India call up made a quick fire 54 of 44 balls to help his team post a competitive total of 142 in 20 overs. Later India U-19 star Deepak Hooda chipped in with ball and took three valuable wickets before Railways fell short by 9 runs.

Delhi vs Andhra Pradesh:  Delhi 236/9 in 20 overs (N Rana 97, M Kumar 58, Stephen 5/52) beat AP 125 all out in 19.2 overs (S R Koripalli 37, S Bhati 2/13, S Sharma 2/25).

Delhi after losing four early wickets notched up the second consecutive 200 plus score. Nitish Rana young Delhi batsman stroked the ball beautifully and score 97 of just 40 balls along with Milind Kumar 58 of 28 balls. They looked in total control and played shots all over the ground. Andhra in their chase never looked like achieving the targets.

Group D

Odisha vs Uttar Pradesh: UP 150/5 in 20 overs (P Gupta 53, E Dwivedi 47, B Samantaray 2/17, A Sahoo 2/23) beat Odisha 118/8 in 20 overs (Roshan Kumar 31, P Chawla, 2/18, K Yadav 2/24) by 32 runs.

Karnataka vs Mumbai:  Karnataka 162 all out in 20 overs (Stuart Binny 38, MD Taha 37, R Raje 3/29, D Kulkarni 3/35) beat Mumbai 161 all out in 20 overs (A Nayar 49, S Iyer 32, S Binny 2/20, KC Cariappa 2/32, S Arvind 2/32) by 1 run.

In one of the most thrilling encounter of the day Karnataka edged past Mumbai by 1 Run. Captain Vinay Kumar bowled the crucial last over and sent Abhishek Nayar (49 from 32 balls) back to pavilion in the second last ball the match and eventually Tambe unable to strike the ball and got run out. Earlier Stuart Binny and MD Taha powered Karnataka to match winning total of 162.

Maharashtra vs Services: Maharashtra 159/8 in 20 overs (N Naik 69, k Jadhav 36, N Yadav 3/50, R Raj 2/21) beat Services  128 all out in  18.3 overs (SR Swain 27, R Paliwal 25, S Gugale 3/18, S Kazi 3/25) by 31 runs.

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