Ranji Trophy: Under the captaincy of Prithvi Shaw, Mumbai made a great record, won by 725 runs, broke the 93-year-old record

Mumbai beats Uttarakhand by 725 runs to achieve Mahajit in Ranji Trophy

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Mumbai vs Uttarakhand 2nd Quarter-Final, Ranji Trophy: Mumbai beat Uttarakhand by 725 runs in the second quarter-final of the Ranji Trophy. In the second innings, Uttarakhand was bundled out for just 69 runs. Dhawal, Shams Mulani and Tanush Kotiya took 3 wickets each.


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TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Anoop Singh

Jun 09, 2022 | 12:27 PM

Mumbai created history by defeating Uttarakhand in the second quarter final of the Ranji Trophy. Mumbai registered a massive victory over Uttarakhand by 725 runs, which is the biggest win in the history of first-class cricket. Mumbai had given a target of 795 runs to Uttarakhand and in response, Uttarakhand’s team was bundled out for just 69 runs in the second innings. Let us tell you that this is not only the Ranji Trophy in terms of runs but also the biggest victory in First Class cricket history. Earlier in the year 1929-30, New South Wales defeated Queensland by 685 runs and now after 93 years Mumbai has made this record in its name.