Sarfaraz Khan hits fourth hundred of Ranji Trophy 2021-22 in final against MP

Sarfaraz Khan continued his stupendous form in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season with another hundred, his fourth in the tournament, against Madhya Pradesh in the final on Thursday.

Sarfaraz Khan in action during the Ranji Trophy final against Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday.   -  PTI

Sarfaraz Khan continued his stupendous form in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season with another hundred, his fourth in the tournament, against Madhya Pradesh in the final on Thursday.

The 24-year-old reached the three-figure mark off 190 balls with a four down the ground off Kumar Kartikeya after slogging for his 152-ball fifty earlier in the day. He was the last man to be dismissed in Mumbai's first innings, falling for a 243-ball 134.

Sarfaraz is the highest run-scorer of the season with 937 runs in eight innings, averaging a staggering 133.85, and scoring four hundreds and two fifties.

Prior to the ongoing final, he had registered scores of 275, 63, 48, 165, 153, 40, 59*, 50* in Mumbai's run to the summit clash.

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