Sarfaraz Khan Ranji Trophy run-scoring frenzy

On Day 2 of the second quarterfinal versus Uttarakhand, Sarfaraz Khan continued his Ranji Trophy run-scoring spree, hitting another century to put Mumbai in command.

Sarfaraz Khan continued his run-scoring spree in the Ranji Trophy on Day 2 of the second quarterfinal against Uttarakhand on Tuesday, striking another century, his third of the season, to put Mumbai in command. In four matches (5 innings), the adolescent has already amassed 704 runs at an incredible average of 140.80, including three hundreds and a half-century. He has a best score of 275 this season and has helped Mumbai advance to the knockout stages. On Tuesday, Sarfaraz Khan was dismissed for 153 runs off 205 balls, including 14 fours and four sixes in his innings.

On Twitter, Sarfaraz’s bat skills provoked controversy, with fans and the media complimenting him.

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Since 2020, Sarfaraz Khan has appeared in eleven Ranji Trophy matches, including the current quarter-final versus Uttarakhand, and his record is amazing.

Sarfaraz Khan appeared in ten Ranji Trophy games after that.


  • 153 against Uttarakhand
  •  165 against Odisha
  •  63, 48 against Goa
  • 275 against Saurashtra
  • 177, 6 against Madhya Pradesh
  • 78, 25 against Saurashtra
  • 226* against Himachal Pradesh
  • 301* against Uttar Pradesh
  • 36 against Tamil Nadu
  • 8, 71* against Karnataka

In the current quarterfinal, Mumbai won the toss and elected to bat. When captain Prithvi Shaw was caught for a quickfire 21, things didn’t look good. After the dismissal of Yashasvi Jaiswal, Mumbai was reduced to 64 for two.

Armaan Jaffer and Saved Parkar, who was making his first-class debut, kept the ship afloat, but the former was disqualified for 60 minutes.

Then followed Parkar and Sarfaraz Khan’s 267-run partnership.

At the time of writing, Parkar was batting on 190 with Mumbai on 516 for five.

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