Mumbai follow on despite tons from Suryakumar Yadav and Hiken Shah
By IANS | Posted 09-Dec-2011
Mumbai are in a spot of bother in their Ranji Trophy fixture at Rajkot as they still trail by 217 runs in the second innings against hosts Saurashtra. Sandip Maniar and Jaydev Unadkat put Saurashtra in command by restricting Mumbai to 360 in the first innings on Day Three.
Suryakumar Yadav (111) and Hiken Shah (113) scored centuries but could not save Mumbai from following on. Mumbai in their second innings were three for no loss in their second innings at stumps.
MP too good At Indore, hosts Madhya Pradesh are on the verge of beating Delhi as they require only 59 runs with five wickets in hand. Mithun Manhas's gritty century seems to have gone in vain, thanks to some inspired bowling by T P Sudhindra who registered a five-wicket haul, while Naman Ojha's hundred put the hosts in the driving seat with stumps called on day three.
Railways won by an innings an 94 runs as they skittled Uttar Pradesh out for 201 following-on on the third day of the Ranji Elite Division tie at the Karnail Singh Stadium here yesterday.
Karnataka build In Bhubaneshwar, Karnataka built on their first innings lead as they were 169 for six in the second innings and took an overall lead of 192 runs. Stuart Binny took a five-wicket haul, restricting the hosts to 255 in their first innings.
At Vadodara, Baroda set a stiff target of 364 to chase for Gujarat. Ambati Rayudu scored a brilliant century to propel the hosts to 330 in the second innings.