Mushir Khan, who learned cricket under the coaching of his father Naushad, faced 367 balls while playing at the Mumbai Gymkhana Ground, while scoring 339 runs in ODI style hitting 34 fours and 9 sixes. Their destructive batting was such that the Hyderabad bowlers looked completely ineffective. Mushir’s strike rate during this period was around 93, which is usually seen in ODIs.
Apart from him, Atharv Vinod Ankolekar hit 214 runs in 249 balls hitting 15 fours and 11 sixes for the team. The effect of the destructive innings of these two was that the Mumbai team declared in the first innings by scoring 704 runs for 8 wickets in 138 overs. Please tell that Mushir has also made his first class debut and he is playing in the Mumbai team along with his brother.
Sarfaraz, on the other hand, scored a brilliant century against Delhi in his last Ranji Trophy match. After this, the great Indian batsman Sunil Gavaskar, while advocating to take him in the national team, said that such a dashing batsman should be kept in the team. Please tell that Sarfaraz has been performing amazingly in domestic cricket for the last two years. Seeing his batting in the Indian Premier League, even Virat Kohli, known as the King of Cricket, bowed down to him.
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