Bengal beat K’taka, will meet Mumbai in final

Bengal, thanks to an Manoj Tiwary’s unbeaten 151, comfortably chased Karnataka’s target of 307 to reach their second successive Ranji Trophy final. Bengal will now face Mumbai in the final starting on the February 2. Karnataka will rue their decision to bat first on a wicket that favoured the seamers early on, and ended up conceding a lead of 149 in the first innings. They also missed their star performer Robin Uthappa, out on duty for India. Uthappa sizzled in his first match of the series at Chepauk (Check live scores on cricinfo.com).

View Bengal -Karnataka scorecard on cricinfo.com

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2 Comments

  1. A victory is a victory.
    A defeat is a defeat.

    It does not matter if Uthappa was in the team or not.
    Neither was Ganguly for Bengal, they won without him.

    Domestic cricket has always been played between the best possible team a state or zone can put up with players who are not good enough, ignored, or discarded from the Indian team.

    That does not mean the competition is any less.
    Every player on the field tries to give their best.

  2. good idea..thanks


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