Ranji Trophy Final: Sarfaraz Khan continues his blazing form with 4th ton of the season

Sarfaraz Khan knocked a brilliant century against Madhya Pradesh on day 2 of the Ranji Trophy finals.

The 24-year-old Mumbai batter Sarfaraz Khan came up with an incredible batting performance and smashed a century against Madhya Pradesh on day 2 in the Ranji Trophy finals. After hitting a spectacular century, Sarfaraz Khan celebrated in a hyped-up and emotional manner as he took off his helmet his eyes were in tears, and celebrated in thigh-five style. It was his 4th century of the season and his eighth first-class century overall.

The Mumbai opener gave a pleasant start as Mumbai captain Prithvi Shaw and opener Yashasvi Jaiswal added 87 runs partnership on board. Prithvi Shaw scored 47 runs and got clean bowled by Anubhav Agarwal. Subsequently, Yashasvi Jaiswal contributed a helpful knock of 78 runs and got dismissed by Anubhav Agarwal. On day 2 of the Ranji Trophy finals, it was a Sarfaraz Khan who overshadowed everyone with his brilliant knock of 134 runs in 243 deliveries with the help of 13 fours and 2 sixes with the strike of 55.14. subsequently, Mumbai got bowled out with 374 runs on board. On the other side, for Madhya Pradesh, the star player was Gaurav Yadav by took 4 wickets by giving 106 runs in his spell.

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