Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Khan scored a century in the final, eyes moistened

Sarfaraz Khan Ranji Trophy Final Century: Mumbai batsman Sarfaraz Khan has scored another century against Madhya Pradesh in the final of Ranji Trophy. The season has been great for Sarfaraz. In the final match against Madhya Pradesh, this batsman scored the fourth century of the season and is leading the team towards a big score. This is Sarfaraz’s fourth century in just 6th match. Sarfaraz Khan has scored more than 900 runs this season at an average of over 150. Sarfaraz hit 12 fours till reaching the century, during which he did not hit a single ball in the air.

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His eyes looked moist during the celebration of the century

Sarfaraz looked quite emotional after his century. During the celebration of the century, his eyes looked moist. And he also celebrated in the style of Punjabi Singh Sidhu Moose Wala.

In the 87-year history of Ranji Trophy, Sarfaraz Khan has become only the third player to cross the 900-run mark in two seasons. Earlier this feat was done by Ajay Sharma and Wasim Jaffer.

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Sarfaraz Khan’s amazing form in Ranji Trophy

Sarfaraz Khan’s amazing form in the Ranji Trophy can be gauged from the fact. That in 34 innings this player has crossed the 100 mark 8 times in which 7 times he has managed to score more than 150.

Let us tell you, Mumbai won the toss and elected to bat first in the final match. In search of their 42nd Ranji title. Mumbai scored 248 runs for the loss of 5 wickets on the first day. On the second day, apart from Sarfaraz, none of the batsmen could stay at the crease for long.

Apart from Sarfaraz, Yashasvi Jaiswal has scored 78 runs for Mumbai. Mumbai’s team is now moving closer to the score of 400.

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