Jammu & Kashmir created history under skipper Parvez Rasool, as they stunned 40-time Champions Mumbai in Ranji Trophy. The J&K team won by 4 wickets. It was the first encounter between two teams in Ranji Trophy history and Mumbai got a big shocker on their home soil.
After bowling Mumbai out for 236 (Suryakumar Yadav 57, Dhawal Kulkarni 42*) in the first innings, J&K scored 254 (Shubham Khajuria 107, Ian Dev Singh 70). Rasool took two wickets in Mumbai’s first innings, while Ram Dayal and Waseem Raza took three wickets each. In J&K’s first innings, Vishal Dabholkar took three wickets, while Kulkarni, Shardul Thakur and Iqbal Abdulla took two wickets each.
In the second innings, Mumbai did no better and bowled out for 254. Suryakumar Yadav was the only saving grace, as he scored 115. For J&K, Ram Dayal took five wickets, while Umar Nazir Ahmed Mir took four wickets. Chasing a victory target of 237, J&K batsmen batted sensibly and reached the target by losing just six wickets. Shubham Khajuria scored 78, while Hardeep Singh remained unbeaten on 41. Rasool and Ian Dev Singh contributed 32 and 30 respectively. Dabholkar took two wickets.