Mumbai’s big score against Uttarakhand, Suved Parker scored a double century in debut match

On the second day of the Ranji Trophy quarterfinals, Mumbai declared the first innings at 647 out of eight on the second day. After which he came to bat, Uttarakhand lost both of his wickets by 39 runs. Mumbai’s Suved Parker, making his debut in this match, scored a double century. Parker scored 252 runs on 447 balls with the help of 21 fours and four sixes before running out. He also added 106 runs for sixth wicket with Shams Mulani (59) after sharing 267 runs for fourth wicket with Sarfaraz (153). Mumbai captain Prithvi Shaw declared the innings as soon as Parker ran out.

This score by Suved Parker is also the second best score by a Mumbai batsman while making his debut. Parker was behind his coach Amol Majumdar’s record of 260 against Haryana in 1994. Uttarakhand then scored 39 runs late in the day’s game, losing wickets to captain Jay Bista (00) and Mayank Mishra (04). Bista was caught by Tushar Deshpande (1-for-13) at the hands of goalkeeper Aditya Tare on the first ball of their match, while Mishra was caught by Deshpande off Mohit Awasthi (a wicket for 12 runs).

At the end of the day’s game, starter Kamal Singh came back undefeated in 27 while Kunal Chandela scored eight runs. At present, the Uttarakhand team is still 608 runs behind on an early innings basis with eight wickets remaining. Mumbai started the day 304 from three, Parker went on to play 104 while Sarfaraz took the lead with 69 runs. Both prevented the Uttarakhand bowlers from being successful in the first 30 overs of the day and during this time the team’s score reached close to 450 runs. Sarfaraz completed a century in 140 balls with two fours and a six over Akash Madhwal in the 97th minute. He added the next 53 runs on just 64 balls.

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