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As predicted by Early Times, wet outfield ruins day 2
Ranji Trophy Quarterfinal
2/21/2020 11:46:12 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Feb 21: Yet again ground remains wet and ruined the whole day of the Ranji Match quarterfinal between Jammu and Kashmir and Karnataka as day 2 was called off without being a single ball bowled. Early Times had on Thursday reported that showers in Jammu can ruin the second day of the match as there is no heavy preparation at Govt. Gandhi Memorial Science College Ground, Jammu in case of rain. The ground staff only covers a portion of the pitch while the rest of the ground remains uncovered. “Moreover, little precipitation on Thursday late night may make the ground wet and more likely another day of cricket match will be ruined”, Early Times had reported on the first day of the play’s stumps.
In two days of play, only six over’s have been bowled by the Jammu and Kashmir wherein, Karnataka has lost 2 wickets on the score of 14 runs. It is a knockout game and wins to either side will put them in semifinals.
Earlier at the toss, Karnataka won and opted to bat which proved too costly for the tour team as Karnataka lost two of his openers on a day one short period of the game. Aqib Nabi struck with the first wicket of the day. Samarth was first to go on the score of 5 runs. Mujtaba struck next and took the wicket of Devdutt, he managed 2 runs.
While day 2 was called off due to wet outfield, the spectators were unhappy with the way the ground was handled at quarterfinal level of Ranji Match. “I had come to watch the game and support the home team but to my surprise, the game was called off due to the wet outfield”, said Hrithik Sharma.
He added that why don’t we understand why games are still played at this ground when we have M.A Stadium in the Jammu city. We hope game restores tomorrow and Jammu and Kashmir win.
In other quarterfinals, Odisha trails by 181 run on day 2 stumps, while Goa trails by 556 runs to Gujarat and AP trails by 379 runs against Saurashtra
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