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Ranji Trophy: Quarter-finals, Results

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Mumbai vs Hyderabad, 1st Quarter-final,  Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur 

Mumbai 294/10 (Siddhesh Lad 110, Abhishek Nayar 59, Mohammed Siraj 4/64, Chama Milind 5/80) & 217/10 (Aditya Tare 57, Mohammed Siraj 5/52)
 
Hyderabad 280/10 (Tanmay Agarwal 82, S Badrinath 56, Abhishek Nayar 4/60) & 201-10 (Balchander Anirudh 84, Abhishek Nayar 5/40, Vijay Gohil 5/64)

Mumbai won the toss and opted to bat. Batting first Mumbai piled on a total of 294, before they were bundled out. For Mumbai, in first innings Siddhesh Lad scored 110 along with Abhishek Nayar 59. In reply Hyderabad could only 280, thanks to Tanmay Agarwal's 82 and Badrinath's 56 Hyderabad was able to reduced the trail to mere 14 runs, on Day 3 and Day 4, Mumbai helped lead to 227, before they were all out. Mohammed Siraj picked up the most 5 wicket haul, while Aditya Yare scored the most 57 runs. In reply Hyderabad could only manage 201 as Mumbai registered win in first Quarter Final.

Result : Mumbai won by 30 runs

Tamil Nadu vs Karnataka, 2nd Quarter-final, Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam

Tamil Nadu vs Karnataka, 2nd Quarter-final, Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam

Toss : Tamil Nadu won the toss and opt to bowl

Karnataka 88/10 (Manish Pandey 24, Aswin Crist 6/31, T Natarajan 3/18) & 150/10 (Lokesh Rahul 77, Krishnamoorthy Vignesh 4/53)

Tamil Nadu 152/10 (Dinesh Karthik 31*, Sreenath Aravind 3/16) & 87/3 (Dinesh Karthik 41*,Abhimanyu Mithun 1/7)

Tamil Nadu resuming the day with 111/4, could only manage 152, however, on Day 2, despite KL Rahul's 77, Karnataka could only manage 150, before Krishnamoorthy Vignesh 4 wicket haul and T Natarajan's had Karantaka in all sorts of trouble, leaving Tamil Nadu to chase 87 for victory. However, Tamil Nadu did lose early wickets and were 35-3, but Dinesh Karthik unbeaten 41* helped Tamil Nadu to semi finals of Ranji Trophy. 

Result : Tamil Nadu won by 7 wkts

Gujarat vs Odisha, 3rd Quarter-final, Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur 

Toss : Odisha won the toss and opt to bowl

Gujarat 263-10 (Chirag Gandhi 81, Rush Kalaria 73, Basant Mohanty 5/68) & 641-10 (Samit Goel 359*, Dhiraj Singh 6-147)

 Odisha 199/10 (Suryakant Pradhan 47, Jasprit Bumrah 5/41) & 81-1 (Subhranshu Senapati 59*)

Chirag Gandhi and Rush Kalaria helped Gujarat to a defend able total of 263, after Gujarat lost few early wickets for Odisha, Basant Mohanty completed his 5 wicket haul. In reply to Gujarat's 263, Odisha lost their first wicket for mere 1 run, but Sandeep Pattnaik and Subhranshu Senapati 81 runs partnership helped Odisha to a a promising position but Subhranshu Senapati's wicket triggered fall of wickets and Odisha slumped to 101-7,  before Suryakant Pradhan's 27 ball 47 counter attack helped Odisha to 199. With a Votal lead of 64, Gujarat extended their lead to 705, requiring Odisha to chase 706. In reply to Gujarat's huge total, Odhisha survived the day 5 but on first inning lead Gujarat qualified for the semi-finals. For Gujarat Samit Gohel created history as his unbeaten 359* became Highest ever by an opener in first class cricket.

Result : Match drawn (Gujarat Qualifies on First Inning's Lead)


Haryana vs Jharkhand, 4th Quarter-final, Moti Bagh Stadium, Vadodara

Toss : Haryana won the toss and opt to Bat


HARYANA 257/10 (Rajat Paliwal 42, Chaitanya Bishnoi 41, Shahbaz Nadeem 7/79) & 262/10 (Chaitanya Bishnoi 52,Shahbaz Nadeem 4/78)
Jharkhand 345-10 (Ishank Jaggi 77*, Virat Singh 107, Harshal Patel 4/46) & 178/5(Ishan Kishan 86, Yuzvendra Chahal 2/43) 

Winning the Toss and opting to bat in Quarter finals, Haryana could only manage 257 runs in their tally before Shahbaz Nadeem's 7 wicket haul send their tail back to the pavilion. In reply Jharkhand started things of cautiously but Haryana kept taking wickets at regular interval and had Jharkhand reduced to 82/3, but man in form Ishank Jaggi's unbeaten 77* runs and Virat Singh's hundred helped Jharkhand to take a Vital lead 87 runs before they were all out for 345. For Haryana, Harshal Patel chiped in with 4 crucial wicket. Trailing by 97 runs, Haryana start was brilliant, as they were 178-3, however after Shivam Chauhan's wicket they could only manage 84 more runs as they set Jharkhand a target of 176, which Jharkhand chased down losing 5 wickets.