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Ranji final: Musheer ton, fifties by Rahane, Iyer, Mulani help Mumbai set Vidarbha big chase
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Ranji Final: Musheer Ton, Fifties By Rahane, Iyer, Mulani Help Mumbai Set Vidarbha Big Chase

By IANS News March 12, 2024 • 21:58 PM View: 232
Akshay Akshay Wadkar: Musheer Khan became the youngest batter to score a hundred in the Ranji Trophy final, breaking the 29-year-old record held by Sachin Tendulkar and shared vital partnerships with skipper Ajinkya Rahane and Shreyas Iyer as Mumbai set Vidarbha a mammoth target of 538 to win the match.

After being shot out for 224 in their first innings, Mumbai had gained a 119-run lead by dismissing Vidarbha for 105. They had extended the lead to 260 runs by the end of play on the second day at the Wankhede Stadium here on Tuesday.

The third day belonged to the 19-year-old Musheer, who went on to complete his maiden Ranji Trophy century at the age of 19 years and 14 days to become the youngest player to score a century set 29 years ago, Ajinkya Rahane (73) and Iyer (95) while Shams Mulani contributed an unbeaten 50 as Mumbai scored 418 in their second innings, setting Vidarbha a mountain to climb in the fourth innings.

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