Sarfaraz Khan He continued his run-scoring in the Ranji Trophy to take Mumbai under control on the second day of the second quarter-final against Uttarakhand on Tuesday, scoring another century – his third of the season. In four matches (5 innings), the youngster has already scored 704 runs at an incredible average of 140.80, including three centuries and one half-century. He has scored a high of 275 this season and has been instrumental in reaching the knockouts in Mumbai. On Tuesday, Sarfaraz Khan was dismissed for 153 off 205 balls, an innings that included 14 fours and four sixes.
Sarfaraz’s exploit with the bat set Twitter on fire as fans and journalists praised him.
Sarfaraz Khan in last 13 innings in Ranji Trophy:-
— cricketman2 (@ImTanujSingh) 7 June 2022
That brings Sarfaraz Khan’s #Ranji Trophy 1632 runs in 10 matches since January 2020. The average of 148.36. He has batted 14 times, surpassed 100 six times, and hit 50+ nine times. Scoring more than 4.5 runs per over in all *first-class cricket*. surprisingly unbelievable.
— Saurabh Somani (@saurabh_42) 7 June 2022
Sarfaraz Khan has been in unreal form in domestic cricket.
He had scored 2200+ runs in first-class cricket with an average of 80+.
Time has come to consider his name for selection in Indian cricket team.
— Anurag Jain (@Cric8CrazyAnu) 7 June 2022
I don’t think Sarfaraz Khan should play at this level anymore. If your average is 80+, while striking at 70+, you should graduate to the next level.
The more you play at a level where you keep your head and shoulders above the rest, the more stagnant your progress becomes. https://t.co/7qA8ELNavq
— cricketjeevi (@wildcardgyan) 7 June 2022
Since 2020, Sarfaraz Khan has played 10 Ranji Trophy games including the ongoing quarterfinal against Uttarakhand, and his record is plain sensational.
– 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 ongoing quarter final, Mumbai won the toss and elected to bat. things didn’t go well with the captain Prithvi Shaw Falling for a blazing fire 21. Yashasvi Jaiswal Was the next player to be dismissed as Mumbai found themselves at 64 for two.
Armaan Jaffer and Suved Parkar, making his first-class debut, stabilized the ship but the former was dismissed for 60.
Then came an epic 267-run stand between Parkar and Sarfaraz Khan.
At the time of writing this, Parkar was batting on 190 for Mumbai at 516 for five.
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