Ranji Trophy: Sarfaraz Khan smashes another double ton, this time scores more than 60% runs for his team

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Sarfaraz Khan has slammed another double hundred in the ongoing Ranji Trophy for Mumbai. During the match against Himanchal Pradesh, the 22-year old scored an unbeaten 226 at HPCA stadium in Dharmshala.


Mumbai were 16-3 in their first innings when Sarfaraz came out to bat. As he was trying to settle in as his side lost another wicket, and they were 71-4. Then came the skipper Aditya Tare, who along with the youngster helped Mumbai to get out of trouble.

The duo added a 143-run partnership before Tare got out for 62. Sarfaraz, on the other hand, was set and kept on accumulating runs on the scoreboard. The Mumbai-born batsman reached double ton in just 199 balls, including 29 fours and three sixes


At the end of day’s play, Mumbai reached 372-5. Sarfaraz remained not out on 226 along with his batting partner Shubham Ranjane who is on 44.


Recently, Sarfaraz made headlines when he scored an unbeaten triple century against Uttar Pradesh.

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