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Ranji Trophy QFs: Mumbai pound Uttarakhand to record FC’s biggest cricket win, breaking 92-year-old record


The Ranji Trophy knockouts led to plenty of action on the 22-meter cricket rink. While Bengal broke a record of 129 years after nine of their batters scored over fifty in their quarter-final clash against Jharkhand, another major record has now been broken in the Mumbai-Uttarakhand clash. The Mumbai side led by Prithvi Shaw hammered Uttarakhand by a whopping 725 run margin to claim the biggest victory ever (by runs) in premier class cricket.

Riding on the mammoth a double century and a ton of Suved Parkar and Sarfaraz Khan, respectively, Mumbai posted 647 for 8 declarations in its first inning after striking first. In response, the Uttarakhand batters only managed a paltry 114 thanks to spinner Shams Mulani’s five-iron. In their second down, Mumbai rolled over Yashasvi Jaiswal’s 103 to declare at 261 for 3, setting up a mammoth goal of 795 runs as Uttarakhand’s batters continued to fall flat. This time around, Uttarakhand folded for 69, losing the clash by a huge margin.

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With this fine win, the Prithvi Shaw-led side broke the 92-year-old record for the previous biggest victory by points when New South Wales demolished a toothless Queensland (by 685 points) at the 1929-30 Sheffield Shield .

Biggest wins:
725 runs – Mumbai v Uttarakhand, today

685 runs – New South Wales v Queensland, 1930
675 runs – England v Australia, 1928
638 runs – New South Wales v South Australia, 1921

So, everything clicked for the Mumbai outfit in their memorable outing against Uttarakhand as they made a strong statement in the quarters and progressed into the final four rounds.

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