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Mumbai put foot in the door

DNMUM381122 | 1/12/2017 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :601

Parthiv and Co establish lead of 63 runs with four wickets in hand even as Mumbai give themselves hope in last session of second day
RANJI TROPHY FINAL
Indore: As the second day’s play of the Ranji Trophy final ended, Mumbai players led by Aditya Tare, headed straight to the dressing room wearing a dejected look. The disappointment of losing the first innings advantage to Gujarat was clearly visible.
However, a few wickets in the second and third session on the second day has given them the hope of bouncing back, like they did quite a few times this season.
It was day of mixed fortunes for defending champions as they could manage to reduce Parthiv Patel’s Gujarat to 291 for six at stumps on second day of the Ranji Trophy final here at the Holkar Stadium on Wednesday. The latter has taken a first innings lead of 63 runs.
The six wickets were shared by seamers — Abhishe
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