SYED MUSHTAQ ALI TROPHY, 2019
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Bista’s blazing knock, coupled with cameos by Iyer (pic) and Suryakumar, took Mumbai over the road with four.2 overs to spare © Getty
Mumbai vs Vidarbha
Jay Bista’s 51-ball 73* helped Mumbai clinch a medical six-wicket win over Vidarbha and stay in rivalry for a spot within the last after Vidarbha have been restricted to 137 for eight. The platform for Mumbai’s win was laid by Tushar Deshpande (Three for 38) and Shardul Thakur (2 for 21) who struck at common intervals to maintain Vidarbha’s batsmen in examine. It was a late blitz by Umesh Yadav (12-ball 26) that propelled Vidarbha to a aggressive complete. Nonetheless, Bista’s blazing knock, coupled with cameos by the in-form duo of Shreyas Iyer (22-ball 28) and Suryakumar Yadav (10-ball 25) took Mumbai over the road with four.2 overs to spare.
Transient Scores: Vidarbha 137/eight in 20 overs (Umesh Yadav 26, Rushabh Rathod 26; Tushar Deshpande Three-38, Shardul Thakur 2-21) misplaced to Mumbai 138/four in 15.four overs (Jay Bista 73*, Shreyas Iyer 28; Ravi Jangid 2-23, Akshay Wakhare 2-38) by 6 wickets.
Gujarat vs Railways
Piyush Chawla’s Three for 12 adopted by Piyush Tanwar’s unbeaten 55 helped Gujarat safe their maiden win of the T20 Tremendous League as they thumped Railways by seven wickets, handing them their third successive loss on this spherical. Opting to bat, Railways have been restricted to 110 for 9 after their prime order’s dismal present. Harsh Tyagi’s 34-ball 32* took them previous the 100-run mark but it surely proved too little to be chased down. Regardless of shedding skipper Priyank Panchal off the second ball of the chase, Gujarat had little hassle as they overhauled the whole with 35 balls to spare.
Transient Scores: Railways 110/9 in 20 overs (Harsh Tyagi 32*, Amit Paunikar 23; Piyush Chawla Three-12, Hemang Patel 1-17) misplaced to Gujarat 112/Three in 14.1 overs (Piyush Tanwar 55*, Parthiv Patel 25; Ambikeshwar Mishra 1-15, Anureet Singh 1-18) by 7 wickets.