As it happened: Syed Mushtaq Ali T20: Jharkhand, Karnataka, Mumbai win

Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 2019: Catch all the live scores from the Super League match between Jharkhand and Railways

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Welcome to Sportstar's LIVE coverage of the Super League stage of Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy.

Saturday's results:

Maharashtra (139/3) beats Bengal (138/7) by seven wickets

Karnataka (149/6) beats Uttar Pradesh (139/8) by 10 runs

Mumbai (148/2) beats Delhi (144/7) by eight wickets

Jharkhand (136/5) beats Railways (135/5) by five wickets


So, that is it from a gruelling match day in the Super League of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy. We'll connect tomorrow with more matches and more updates.

8.43 pm: Railways has missed the ploy, giving a single to Ishank Jaggi and Virat Singh smacks Tyagi for a six over deep mid-wicket and then follows it up with a four in the same area to finish the match in style, 1 over and five wickets to spare.

8.41 pm: Harsh Tyagi castles Kumar Deobrat for 4 and Jharkhand loses its 5th wicket for 125 on the board. 11 runs in 9 balls is the equation now. The good news for Jharkhand is Virat Singh is still holding fort and the good news for Railways is, it will have a new batsman on strike so that they can contain and make a match out of this.

8.38 pm: Virat Singh (39 off 37 balls) and Kumar Deobrat (3 off 6 balls) have taken Jharkhand to 123/4 in 18 overs. It needs 13 runs in 12 balls to cross the finish line.

8.30 pm: Harsh Tyagi perishes in an attempt to take the match down to the wire. He is out for 1 and Jharkhand 110/4.

8.27 pm: Saurabh Tiwary perishes in an attempt to take two runs and falls for 3, Jharkhand 110/3 in 16 overs, needing 26 runs in 24 balls.

8.22 pm: At the end of 15 overs, Jharkhand is 103/2, 33 runs away from an easy win. Virat Singh is on 25 and Saurabh Tiwary is on 3.

8.04 pm: A win seems to be within easy reach of Jharkhand. Railways would be hoping for some miracle now!

7.54 pm: Virat Singh and Anand Singh have added 18 runs off just 14 balls as Jharkhand moves to 65/1 in 8 overs. It needs 71 runs off 72 balls.

7.46 pm: At the end of 6 overs, Jharkhand 49/1, needing 87 runs in 84 balls.

7.43 pm: Ishan Kishan is run out and that looked like it was the only way a breakthrough would come. Kishan is out for 16 (18 balls) and the first Jharkhand wicket falls at 47 in 5.4 overs.

7.35 pm: Anand Singh and Ishan Kishan are in a hurry to finish things. Anand is striking at 206.6 (31 of 15 balls, 4 fours, 1 six) and Ishan has joined the party striking K Upadhyay for a six over deep square leg and is on 10 off 9 balls. At the end of 4 overs, Jharkhand 41/0, chasing 136.

7.26 pm: Anand Singh is going hammer and tongs after the Railways bowlers. He is on 18 off 8 balls, with 2 fours and 1 six as Jharkhand races to 20/0 in 2 overs, chasing 136. 

7.20 pm: Anand Singh and Ishan Kishan are at the crease for Jharkhand. Anureet Singh will open the attack for Railways.

7.08 pm: Two wickets in two balls for Jharkhand as Railways finish its 20 overs on 135/8.

7.00 pm: Amit Chopra departs for 2 and Railways lose steam in the final phase of the innings. At the end of 19 overs, it is 128/6.

6.53 pm: Ashish Yadav (20 off 14 balls) is run out while attempting a second run and Railways slips to 124/5.

6.50 pm: We are into the final three overs of the innings. At the end of 17 overs, Railways 123/4.

6.39 pm: Another batsman throws away a start. It is Prashant Awasthi who is guilty. He is castled by Anand Singh for 25 (19 balls, 1 four, 1 six) and Jharkhand is 111/4 in 15 overs.

6.33 pm: The 100 is up for Jharkhand in 13.3 overs.

6.28 pm: Supriyo Chakraborty has struck for Jharkhand. He has the danger man, Pratham Singh caught by Ishan Kishan for 41 off 39 balls. Railways 92/3 in 12.4 overs.

6.25 pm: Pratham and Prashant have added 27 runs off just 21 balls as Railways moves to 86/2 in 12 overs.

6.17 pm: At the end of 10 overs, Railways is 70/2. Pratham Singh on 33 off 31 balls and Prashant Awasthi on 3 off 3 balls in the middle.

6.10 pm: Utkarsh Singh strikes. Gandhar Bhatawadekar gives Utkarsh a return catch and walks away for 22 (17 balls, 2 fours, 1 six). Railways is 59/2 in 8.3 overs. Prashant Awasthi joins Pratham Singh.

5.59 pm: Gandhar and Pratham have made full use of the last over of the powerplay, milking Vikash Singh for 20 runs. At the end of 6 overs, Railways 43/1.

5.53 pm: The Jharkhand bowling has been on the mark. The Railways batsmen haven't been able to break the shackles and has managed 23 runs in the first 5 overs.

5.43 pm: Rahul Shukla, right-arm fast medium, strikes! He castles Mrunal Devdhar  for 8 (11) and Railways 16/1 in 3 overs. Gandhar Bhatawadekar joins Pratham Singh in the middle.

5.35 pm: Mrunal Devdhar and Pratham Singh are at the crease. Mrunal Devdhar is on strike. Utkarsh Singh will open the attack for Railways and he has given 6 runs in the first over.

Jharkhand has won the toss and has opted to field against Railways.

Next up, we have Jharkhand taking on Railways.


Karnataka vs Uttar Pradesh

4.53 pm: V. Koushik, along with J. Suichith and R. Vinay Kumar, have led Karnataka to a win over Uttar Pradesh. Karnataka wins by 10 runs. UP manages just 139/8, in reply to Karnataka's 149.

4.50 pm: Koushik traps Saurabh leg-before and Uttar Pradesh is 136/7 in 19.1 overs. It needs 14 off 5 balls.

4.48 pm: 14 runs off the final over needed for Uttar Pradesh to beat Karnataka. Saurabh Kumar and Mohsin Khan in the middle. V. Koushik is bowling the last over.

4.42 pm: Vinay Kumar is the man for Karnataka! He sends Upendra Yadav on his way for 42, off the next ball, and Uttar Pradesh is staring down a barrel at 129/6.

4.41 pm: Talk of experience and R. Vinay Kumar has tons of it. He sends Shubham Chaubey on his way for 7 and Uttar Pradesh needs 21 more runs in 9 balls to beat Karnataka.

4.31 pm: V. Koushik strikes. He sends Priyam Garg on his way and Uttar Pradesh loses its fourth wicket for 116 on the board. Priyam is out for 16, caught by M. Prasidh.

4.26 pm: Four overs, 40 runs needed for Uttar Pradesh. It is on 110/3 in 16 overs, with Priyam Garg on 14 off 8 balls and Upendra on 32 off 32 balls.

4.15 pm: Aksh Deep Nath falls for 46 (41 balls, 5 fours) and Rinku Singh (0 off 1 ball) fall in succession, in the space of 3 balls, with J. Suchith doing the damage. Uttar Pradesh jolted at 93/3 in 14 overs.

4.11 pm: Aksh Deep and Upendra are going hammer and tongs, determined to make this match theirs. At the end of 13 overs, UP is 90/1, needing 60 runs in 42 balls.

4.00 pm: At the end of 10 overs, UP is 67/1 with Aksh Deep Nath on 31 (31 balls) and Upendra Yadav on 18 (14 balls). The effort in the last 10 is more than what Uttar Pradesh has put in the first 10 — it needs 83 more runs.

3.43 pm: At the end of six overs, Uttar Pradesh is on 40/1 with Aksh Deep Nath and Upendra Yadav in the middle. It needs 112 more runs to win.

3.30 pm: Chasing 150, Aksh Deep Nath and Samarth Singh have added 23 for the first wicket, with both batsmen scoring a couple of boundaries each. Uttar Pradesh needs 127 to win in 17 overs.

Innings break: There were useful contributions from Karnataka's middle order after Rohan Kadam and Mayank Agarwal got them off to a brisk start. With the likes of Vinay Kumar, V Koushik and J Suchith in their bowling ranks, the Manish Pandey - led side will believe 149 is a fighting total. UP needs 150 to win.

2.39 pm Karun Nair plays a cameo before Priyam Garg catches him short of his crease. UP has pulled things back but with Manish Pandey in the middle, Karnataka will fancy a total closer to 150. It is 120/4 after 16.4 overs.

2.25 pm: And yet another start goes begging for Mayank Agarwal who falls to Ankit Choudhary for 33. Karnataka 92/3 after 13 overs.

2.12 pm: Kadam and Agarwal stepped foot on the pedal. The two added 60 for the second wicket with Agarwal striking four boundaries. However, UP has managed to sneak in a breakthrough; in-form Kadam falling to Saurabh Kumar for 35. Karnataka is 69/2 after 10 overs.

1.51 pm: Rohan Kadam is continuing his rich vein of form. He has struck three fours and a six as Karnataka reaches 34/1 after five overs. Kadam has Mayank Agarwal for company at the other end.

1.40 pm: Uttar Pradesh has managed to pick up an early wicket; Sharath departs for a duck.  Karnataka is 7/1 after 2.2 overs.


Mumbai vs Delhi

4.58 pm: Shreyas Iyer hits an unbeaten 53 (47 balls, 5 fours, 1 six) and Suryakumar Yadav unbeaten on 42 (26 balls, 3 fours, 2 sixes) as Mumbai beats Delhi by eight wickets, with one over to spare.

4.54 pm: Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav have got within striking distance. Mumbai needs 10 runs in 2 overs to beat Delhi.

4.45 pm: Mumbai needs 26 runs in 18 balls. With the experienced (in the domestic circuit) Suryakumar Yadav and Shreyas Iyer in the middle, this has to be Mumbai's game.

4.35 pm: It is going to be an exciting finish as Mumbai goes to 99/2 in 15 overs, needing 46 runs to win in the last five overs. Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav in the middle. Surya has been striking at a rate of 175, scoring 21 of just 12 balls, with 2 fours and 1 six.

4.18 pm: Nitish Rana castles Jay Bista (39, 33 balls) and Mumbai is 72/2, needing 73 more runs to win.

4.13 pm: At the end of 11 overs, Mumbai is going at 6 runs per over, needs 79 runs in 54 balls. Jay Bista is on 38 off 31 balls and Shreyas Iyer is on 22 off 26 balls.

3.56 pm: At the end of 7 overs, Mumbai has managed 45, without any further hiccups in the wickets column. Jay Bista on 25 off 19 balls and Shreyas Iyer, on a run-a-ball 14 are holding fort. 100 runs in 13 overs is the equation for Mumbai now.

3.44 pm: Mumbai, chasing 145, has got off to a sedate start with opener Prithvi Shaw failing to produce the fireworks. He was out for 3, in the third over, caught by Lalit Yadav off Navdeep Saini. At the end of 4 overs, Mumbai 23/1.

Innings break: The seesaw battle between Mumbai and Delhi on the neutral turf in Indore is evenly poised with Delhi reaching a competitive total despite Mumbai chipping away at regular intervals. Tushar Deshpande stood out with exceptional figures of 4 for 19 from his three overs. Mumbai needs to 145 to win.

2.21 pm: Mumbai is fighting back through some quick wickets here. After Chand, it is Shorey's turn to take the long walk back to the dressing room. Delhi is four down for 66 in 11.3 overs.

2.14 pm: Shorey and Chand grew in confidence as the innings wore on. They took Delhi to 63/3 in 10 overs before Chand was out off Deshpande's bowling. Nitish Rana followed suit to suddenly leave Delhi wobbling at 63/3 at the halfway mark.

1.48 pm: Dhruv Shorey has joined Unmukt Chand to repair the early damage. The duo has taken Delhi to 26/1 after 5 overs.

1.35 pm: Shams Mulani removes opener Hiten Dalal with the fifth ball of his first over. Delhi is 5/1 after 1.1 overs.



Himmat Singh, Pranshu Vijayran, Unmukt Chand (W), Nitish Rana (C), Pawan Negi, Varun Sood, Dhruv Shorey, Navdeep Saini, Subodh Bhati, Hiten Dalal, Lalit Yadav


Shardul , Surya, Shreyas Iyer (C), Jay Bista, Prithvi Shaw, S Z Mulani, Akash P , Eknath Kerkar (W), Royston H Dias, Tushar U Deshpande, Shubham Ranjane


M Prasidh, B R Sharath (W), Vinay Kumar R, Karun Nair, Manish Pandey (C), M S Bhandage, K C Cariappa, Suchith J, Mayank Agarwal, Koushik V, Rohan Kadam


Priyam Garg, Ankit Choudhary, Aksh Deep Nath (C), Ankit Rajpoot, Samarth Singh, Mohsin Khan, Saurabh Kumar, Shubham Chaubey, Rinku Singh, Upendra Yadav (W), Yash Daya

Welcome back, the news from the centre is Uttar Pradesh has won the toss and opted to field first.

Elsewhere, Mumbai chose to Field.


Next up, we have a double-header. Delhi will take on Mumbai while Karnataka squares off against Uttar Pradesh. Play to start at 1.30 pm.

Maharashtra rode on Rahul Tripathi's quickfire 60  and an all-round performance from its bowlers to thrash Bengal by seven wickets.

11.36 am: Commentator's curse? Maharashtra loses two in quick succession. Shahbaz traps Motwani in front before Akash Deep grabs his second by removing Naushad Shaikh. Maharashtra is 87/3 after 11 overs. A case of too little too late?

11.30 am: Tripathi and Motwani are taking Bengal bowlers to the cleaners. Motwani has joined the fun with two sixes and as many boundaries with Maharashtra now just 62 runs away from victory. It is 77/1 after 9.3 overs. 

11.14 am: Tripathi has taken over the mantle of scoring boundaries; he gets three against his name as Maharashtra nonchalantly goes about erasing the deficit. He has been joined by Rahul Motwani in the middle. Maharashtra is 47/1 at the end of powerplay. It needs another 92 runs to win.

11.02 am: And Gaikwad perishes; he is clean bowled by Akash Deep for 20. Maharashtra is 30/1 after 3.

10.57 am: Ruturaj Gaikwad has been in a hurry from the moment he walked in. He has raced to 20 off just four deliveries, clobbering three boundaries off Ashoke Dinda's first over. Maharashtra making light work of Bengal's total. It is 25/0 in 2.1 overs.

Welcome back. Ruturaj Gaikwad and  Rahul Tripathi are opening the innings for Maharashtra; Dinda with the new ball.


The lowest team total in Syed Mushtaq T20 was recorded by Tripura in 2009 when it was all-out for a paltry 30.


Innings break: After losing half the side for 25, Bengal recovered well through a 55-run sixth-wicket stand between Manoj Tiwary (41, 44b, 3x4, 2x6)  and Shahbaz (60 n.o., 44b, 5x4, 2x6).

Shahbaz upped the ante in the death overs to reach a crucial half-century as Bengal finished on 138/7. Will it be enough to thwart Maharashtra? We will find out soon.

10.09 am: BIG WICKET for Maharashtra as Tiwary departs for a well-crafted 41. The Bengal skipper tried to repair the early damage on the back of a 55-run sixth wicket stand with Shahbaz before being cleaned up by Bacchav with five overs to spare. Bengal 82/6 in 15 overs.

9.45 am: Manoj Tiwary has reached 20 off 25 deliveries with the help of three boundaries. He has Shahbaz for company, who has moved to 11 off 12 balls. Bengal is limping towards the 50-run mark. It is 44/5 in 9.1 overs

9.32 am: Half the team is now back in the dressing room for just 25, Ritwik Roy Chowdhury the latest to fall. It's a procession out there at the moment.

9.23   am: D. M. Hinganekar joins the fun, gets rid of Vivek Singh as Bengal loses its fourth for just 12 on the board.

9.12   am: Muthuswamy is wreaking havoc on the Bengal top-order at the moment as he cleans up Easwaran for a duck. Bengal reeling at 3/3.

9.08 am: The one-brings-two phenomenon as Muthuswamy claims the prized scalp of in-form batsman Shreevats Goswami. Goswami has been a force to reckon with for Bengal at the top of the order and was instrumental in Bengal's comprehensive win yesterday. He departs for 1 as Bengal slips to 2/2.

9.06 am: Maharashtra strikes early as opener Wriddhiman Saha falls for a two-ball duck; S. M. Fallah with the breakthrough. The move to promote Saha up the order after having tried Vivek Singh in the opening slot has worked for Bengal but not today. Bengal 1/1 after 1 over.

TOSS UPDATE: Maharashtra has won the toss and inserted Bengal in.


A R Easwaran, Akash Deep, Ritwik Roy Chowdhury, Manoj Tiwary (C), Wriddhiman Saha (W), Ashoke Dinda, Shreevats Goswami, Vivek Singh, Sayan Ghosh, Ishan Porel, Shahbaz


A R Bawane, D J Muthuswamy, N S Naik (W), R A Tripathi (C), R H Motwani, S M Fallah, A N Kazi, N S Shaikh, S S Bachhav, R D Gaikwad, D M Hinganekar



1. Bengal vs Maharashtra, Super League, Group-A, D2 vs E1


Bengal (From): Shreevats Goswami, Wriddhiman Saha(w), Abhimanyu Easwaran, Manoj Tiwary(c), Ritwik Chowdhury, Vivek Singh, Shahbaz Ahmed, Pradipta Pramanik, Ashok Dinda, Sayan Ghosh, Ishan Porel, Ayan Bhattacharjee, Dwaipayan Bhattacharjee, Writtick Chatterjee, Kanishk Seth

Maharashtra (From): Ruturaj Gaikwad, Rahul Tripathi(c), Rohit Motwani, Naushad Shaikh, Nikhil Naik(w), Divyang Himganekar, Ankit Bawne, Azim Kazi, Vishal Gite, Satyajeet Bachhav, Samad Fallah, Swapnil Gugale, Vijay Zol, Hitesh Walunj, Yash Nahar, Manoj Ingale

2. Delhi vs Mumbai, Super League, Group-B, A2 vs C2


Delhi (From): Unmukt Chand(w), Hiten Dalal, Dhruv Shorey, Nitish Rana(c), Himmat Singh, Lalit Yadav, Pawan Negi, Pranshu Vijayran, Suboth Bhati, Navdeep Saini, Vikas Tokas, Gaurav Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Manjot Kalra, Varun Sood, Anuj Rawat

Mumbai (From): Prithvi Shaw, Siddhesh Lad, Suryakumar Yadav, Shreyas Iyer(c), Shubham Ranjane, Aditya Tare(w), Akash Parkar, Shams Mulani, Shardul Thakur, Dhawal Kulkarni, Tushar Deshpande, Eknath Kerkar, Dhrumil Matkar, Royston Dias

3. Karnataka vs Uttar Pradesh, Super League, Group B, D1 vs E2


Karnataka (From): Rohan Kadam, Sharath BR(w), Mayank Agarwal, Karun Nair, Manish Pandey(c), Manoj S Bhandage, Vinay Kumar, KC Cariappa, Jagadeesha Suchith, V Koushik, Prasidh Krishna, Krishnamurthy Siddharth, Luvnith Sisodia, Abhimanyu Mithun, Shreyas Gopal

Uttar Pradesh (From): Akshdeep Nath(c), Samarth Singh, Suresh Raina, Priyam Garg, Rinku Singh, Upendra Yadav(w), Saurabh Kumar, Ankit Rajpoot, Yash Dayal, Zeeshan Ansari, Ankit Chaudhary, Aryan Juyal, Shubham Chaubey, Mohit Jangra, Mohsin Khan, Shiva Singh

4. Jharkhand vs Railways, Super League, Group-A, A1 vs C1


Jharkhand (From): Anand Singh, Ishan Kishan(w/c), Virat Singh, Saurabh Tiwary, Kumar Deobrat, Anukul Roy, Ishank Jaggi, Vikash Singh, Utkarsh Singh, Supriyo Chakraborty, Rahul Shukla, Varun Aaron, Monu Kumar, Shahbaz Nadeem, Nazim Siddiqui, Ajay Yadav

Railways (From): Mrunal Devdhar, Pratham Singh, Prashant Gupta, Ashish Yadav, Abhinav Dixit, Amit Paunikar(w), Harsh Tyagi, Prashant Awasthi, Anureet Singh(c), Manjeet Singh, Krishnakant Upadhyay, Gandhar Bhatawadekar, Amit Chopra, Amit Mishra, Ambikeshwar Mishra

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