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Karnataka fails to score big as J&K trails by 118 runs on day 3 stumps
Ranji Quarterfinal 2019-20
2/22/2020 11:27:18 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Feb 22: Finally after two days of bad light and wet outfield, match resumed between Jammu and Kashmir and Karnataka on Saturday at Govt. Gandhi Memorial Science College ground, Jammu.
On day three stumps, Jammu and Kashmir trails by 118 runs in first innings with Shubham Khajuria (39) and Shubham Singh Pundir (16) still on the crease.With game resuming, Jammu and Kashmir showed temperament and bundled the Karnataka on the score of 206 runs despite the team having IPL and international stars.
Resuming the day three over the score of 14 runs for the loss of 2 wickets, Karnataka lost the third wicket in the first over of the day courtesy Auqib Nabi. Manish Pandey who has played for India, fell after a half-century stand with Siddharth.
Srinivas Sharath hung around with Siddharth for a while but there wasn't much fight lower down the order as Aquib Nabi, Mujtaba Yousuf and Parvez Rasool picked up three wickets each. The score managed by the Karnataka has put them in back foot as any lead over 120 in second innings would prove handy for Jammu and Kashmir.
Abid Mushtaq was the economical bowler for Jammu and Kashmir as he took one wicket and conceded just 23 runs in 11 over’s. Karnataka scored 206 run in 69.1 over’s scoring at an economy of 2.98 runs.
Trailing a score of 206 runs in first innings, Jammu and Kashmir had a good start opener’s sharing a partnership of 30 runs. The second partnership between Henan and Khajuria lasted for over 32 runs with Henan Nazir losing his wicket. In other quarterfinals, Bengal lead by 161 runs against Odisha, Gujarat lead by 587 runs against Goa and Saurashtra lead by 376 runs.
Brief scores: Karnataka 206 (Krishnamurthy Siddharth 76; Parvez Rasool 3-36) lead Jammu and Kashmir 88/2 (Shubham Khajuria 39*; Jagadeesha Suchith 1-19) by 118 runs on day 3 stumps.
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