Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Karnataka, Mumbai post wins

Devdutt Padikkal struck a century to steer Karnataka to a five-wicket win over Andhra. At the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai strolled through to a win over Madhya Pradesh.

Dinesh Karthik-led Tamil Nadu has begun its Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy campaign with back-to-back wins.   -  PTI

Good afternoon and welcome to Sportstar's live coverage of Day 3 of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2019.

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RESULTS

1. Arunachal Pradesh 148 for 6 in 20 overs lost to Maharashtra 154 for 2 in 14.1 overs by eight wickets.

2. Baroda 201 for 4 in 20 overs beats Uttarakhand 168 in 19.2 overs by 33 runs.

3. Vidarbha 150 for 6 in 20 overs beats Manipur 80 for 9 in 20 overs by 70 runs.

4. Tamil Nadu 168 for 7 in 20 overs lost to Uttar Pradesh 174 for 5 in 19.5 overs by five wickets.

5. Bengal 207 for 4 in 20 overs beats Meghalaya 153 for 4 in 20 overs by 55 runs.

6. Services 184 for 7 in 20 overs beats Bihar 90 for 9 in 20 overs by 94 runs.

7. Chhattisgarh 190 for 6 in 20 overs beats Railways 123 in 20 overs by 72 runs.

8. Himachal Pradesh 183 for 5 in 20 overs beats Hyderabad 99 in 19 overs by 84 runs.

9. Puducherry 155 for 7 beats Mizoram 124 for 4 in 20 overs by 31 runs.

10. Nagaland 75 for 9 in 20 overs lost to Delhi 78 for 2 in 12.3 overs by eight wickets.

11. Saurashtra 214 for 7 in 20 overs beats Gujarat 157 for 8 in 20 overs by 57 runs.

12. Assam 158 for 8 in 20 overs lost to Haryana 159 for 7 in 19.4 overs by three wickets.

13. Kerala 191 for 7 in 20 overs beats Tripura 177 for 8 in 20 overs by 14 runs.

14. Sikkim 121 for 4 in 20 overs lost to Odisha 125 for 3 in 17.1 overs by seven wickets.

15. Madhya Pradesh 159 for 5 in 20 overs lost to Mumbai 165 for 1 in 15.5 overs by nine wickets.

16. Andhra 184 for 5 in 20 overs lost to Karnataka 189 for 5 in 18.5 overs by five wickets.

17. Jharkhand 107 in 19.4 overs beats J&K 100 in 19.5 overs by seven runs.

18. Chandigarh 131 for 5 in 20 overs lost to Punjab 132 for 3 in 16.3 overs by seven wickets.

 

That brings us to the end of the day's Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy action. Devdutt Padikkal was the only batsman to score a century today; his whirlwind, unbeaten 122 contributed to Karnataka's five-wicket victory over Andhra.

The other victors were: Maharashtra, Baroda, Vidarbha, UP, Bengal, Services, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Puducherry, Delhi, Saurashtra, Haryana, Kerala, Odisha, Mumbai, Jharkhand and Punjab.

There are 18 matches scheduled for Tuesday. Play begins at 9.00 am. Until then, it's goodbye.

J&K vs Jharkhand | J&K has been bowled out for 100. It's a seven-run victory for Jharkhand. J&K lost seven wickets for 30 runs, the rout completed in the final over by Monu Singh, who dismissed the No. 7 and No. 9 batsmen — Auqib Dar and Nasir Ahmed. The last seven batsmen in the line-up scored a total of 17 runs.

MP vs Mumbai | Jay Bista and Aditya Tare put on 111 runs for the first wicket as Mumbai defeated Madhya Pradesh by nine wickets at the Wankhede Stadium. The team needed only 49 runs from 8.2 overs when the partnership ended, Bista departing for 68 (36b, 7x4, 4x6).

Suryakumar Yadav, the No. 3, smashed 20 off 11 balls in the company of Tare as the target of 160 was reached in the 16th over.

Odisha vs Sikkim | Subhransu Denapati and Biplab Samantray put on 69 runs for the third wicket to engineer Odisha's seven-wicket win over Sikkim. The target of 122 was reached with 2.5 overs to spare. With one run to win, Samantray got out for 30 (30b, 2x4).

J&K vs Jharkhand | The climax is getting tense at the C. B. Patel Ground in Surat, J&K needs 14 more runs to defeat Jharkhand. It has less than two overs to score those runs, with two wickets in hand. At one point, it was cruising at 70 for 2, before it lost six wickets for 24 runs. Rahul Arti Shukla had a spell of four for 10 in four overs.

Abid Ahmed was the latest batsman to be dismissed, for a duck. He was bowled by Varun Aaron.

Kerala vs Tripura | At the Greenfield Stadium in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala has defeated Tripura by 14 runs. It was a spirited chase by Tripura; Milind Kumar scored a half-century and there were useful contributions from Udiyan Bose, Tanmay Mishra and M. B. Mura Singh.

Jalaj Saxena emerged as the most successful Kerala bowler, with four wickets.

Assam vs Haryana | Haryana has completed a three-wicket victory over Assam at the BKC ground in Mumbai. Haryana got home with a couple of balls to spare. With two runs to win in the final over, it stumbled slightly, losing two wickets off the first two deliveries. But Arun Chaprana and Rohit Sharma duly got the side across the line.

Assam now has two losses out of two.

Andhra vs Karnataka | Devdutt Padikkal finishes on an unbeaten 122 (60b ,13x4, 7x6) as Karnataka completes a five-wicket victory at the Jadavpur University Campus in Kolkata. The team reaches home with seven deliveries left in the innings.

Madhya Pradesh vs Mumbai | Jai Bista, the opener, has already scored a half-century as Mumbai begins its chase positively at the Wankhede Stadium. Bista has hit five fours and three sixes so far in his 28-ball 52. Aditya Prakash (38, 30b, 6x4) is batting alongside him. Mumbai, at 92 for 0 in 10 overs, needs another 69 runs to win.

Sikkim vs Odisha | Odisha is nearly halfway through to its target of 122. It needs another 67 runs to win in 12 overs, with eight wickets in hand. After a first-wicket stand of 43, the openers have departed. Subhransu Senapati and Biplab Samantray are batting.

J&K vs Jharkhand | J&K has lost a couple of early wickets in its chase of 108. Left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem, who shone brightly in the Vijay Hazare Trophy final recently, has dismissed opener Jatin Wadhwan and No. 3 Abdul Samad cheaply. J&K is 33 for 2 in the eighth over.

Kerala vs Tripura | Tripura has an uphill climb ahead. To win the match against Kerala, it has to score 98 more runs with six wickets in hand and eight overs left. Milind Kumar and M. B. Mura Singh are batting. They have so far put on 13 runs together. Off-spinner Jalaj Saxena has taken three wickets.

Assam vs Haryana | Haryana is 17 runs away from its first victory in the competition. It has more than two overs to score them, with five wickets in hand. Sumit Kumar (16 n.o., 8b, 1x4, 1x6) and Rahul Tewatia (1 n.o., 2b) are in the middle.

Andhra vs Karnataka | Devdutt Padikkal has hit a century for Karnataka. He's hit 11 fours and six sixes so far in his 52-ball 103 so far. Karnataka needs 24 more runs to defeat Andhra; it has less than four overs to score those runs, and five wickets in hand.

Mumbai v Madhya Pradesh at Wankhede Stadium: After electing to bat first, Madhya Pradesh posts 159 for five in 20 overs. Parth Sahani's 36-ball 47 held the innings together after Ashutosh Sharma was run out off the first ball of the match and captain Naman Ojha fell cheaply as well.

Odisha v Sikkim in Surat: Odisha bowlers restrict Sikkim to 121 for four in 20 overs. Yashpal Singh finishes unbeaten on 63 off 49 balls, but he found very little support from the other batsmen after captain Iqbal Abdulla won the toss and elected to bat first.

Jammu and Kashmir v Jharhand in Surat: ALL-OUT! Jharkhand has been shot out for 107 in 19.4 overs, with Virat Singh top-scoring with 44. Jammu and Kashmir's right-arm seamer Umar Nazir finishes with figures of 4-0-17-5.

Arunachal Pradesh v Maharashtra in Chandigarh: Maharashtra bowlers restrict Arunachal to 148 for six in 20 overs. Wicketkeeper-batsman Uvais Ahmad top-scored with 38-ball 70. Mukesh Choudhary was the pick of the Maharashtra bowlers with figures of 4-0-32-3.

Andhra v Karnataka in Visakhapatnam: Put in to bat by Karnataka captain Karun Nair, Andhra posts 184 for five in 20 overs. D.B. Prasanth top-scored with 51-ball 79 and shared a 139-run partnership for the second wicket with opening batsman Ashwin Hebbar, who made a 44-ball 61. V. Koushik was the pick of the Karnataka bowlers with figures of 4-0-35-3.

Jammu and Kashmir v Jharhand in Surat: Jammu and Kashmir captain Shubham Singh won the toss and elected to field. It's a decision that has paid off with Jharkhand bowlers taking four wickets in the powerplay while conceding just 39 runs. Anand Singh, Jharkhand captain Ishan Kishan, Saurabh Tiwary and Kumar Deobrat are the batsmen dismissed by right-arm seamer Umar Nazir, who has figures of 3-0-14-4.

Odisha v Sikkim in Surat: Sikkim is 37 for one at the end of the powerplay after captain Iqbal Abdulla won the toss and elected to bat first. Left-arm orthodox spinner Pappu Roy has dismissed opening batsman Bibek Diyali for 10, and Yashpal Singh has joined Ashish Thapa in the middle.

Mumbai v Madhya Pradesh at Wankhede Stadium: Madhya Pradesh captain Naman Ojha won the toss and elected to bat first. Ojha has been dismissed for 17-ball 22 while his opening partner, Ashutosh Sharma, was run out without facing a ball. Rajat Patidar (20 not out) and Parth Sahani (6 not out) are the batsmen in the middle with MP 53 for two at the end of the powerplay.

Baroda v Uttarakhand in Bokaro: Baroda bowlers hold off Uttarakhand's challenge to secure a 34-run win for their side. Chasing 202 for victory, Uttarakhand has been bowled out for 168 in 19.2 overs. Saurabh Singh top-scored for Uttarakhand with 36-ball 70 (6x4, 5x6) and apart from Karanveer Kaushal - who made a 29-ball 38 - found little support from the other batsmen to potentially help his team chase down the target. Swapnil Singh (3 for 25) and Tushar Arothe (3 for 30) took three wickets apiece to help Bengal secure the win.

Bengal v Meghalaya at Wankhede Stadium: Bengal bowlers, defending 207, restrict Meghalaya to 153 for four in 20 overs, securing a 54-run win for their team. Sanjay Yadav top-scored for Meghalaya with an unbeaten 28-ball 45, while Ishan Porel (two for 22) and Arnab Nandi (two for 24) took two wickets apiece.

Manipur v Vidarbha in Thiruvananthapuram: Vidarbha bowlers restrict Manipur to 80 for nine in 20 overs, helping secure a 70-run win. Sagatpam Singh top-scored with 56-ball 36, while for Vidarbha, Yash Thakur bowled a dream spell of 4-2-5-4.

Tamil Nadu v Uttar Pradesh in Thiruvananthapuram: Uttar Pradesh wins! Chasing 169, Uttar Pradesh wins by five wickets and with a ball to spare. Upendra Yadav's unbeaten 41-ball 70 formed the bedrock for UP's successful run chase, while Shubham Chaubey's 18-ball 35 helped accelerate the scoring rate in the second half of the run chase after the TN bowlers had strangled the UP batsmen after a productive powerplay.

Delhi v Nagaland in Surat: Job done! Chasing 76 for victory, Delhi batsmen complete the run chase with 45 balls to spare, giving their team an eight-wicket win. Captain Dhruv Shorey (27 not out) and Nitish Rana (20 not out) remain unbeaten. For Nagaland, Stuart Binny took two for 21 in his quota of four overs.

UPDATE: Our Mumbai correspondent Shayan Acharya updates from BKC Mumbai: "uzvendra Chanal has been rested by Haryana for the march against Assam. He is likely to feature in the next match against Bengal on Tuesday."

 

Himachal Pradesh v Hyderabad in Chandigarh: Chasing 184 for victory, Hyderabad is shot out for 99, giving Himachal Pradesh an 84-run win. Rishi Dhawan, who propelled Himachal to 183 with a 12-ball 29 earlier, was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4-0-18-3. Ayush Jamwal and Mayank Dagar take two wickets apiece, helping bowl out Hyderabad in 19 overs.

Bengal v Meghalaya at Wankhede Stadium: Chasing 208 for victory, Meghalaya is 52 for two after eight overs. Seamer Ishan Porel has taken both wickets to fall - captain R.R. Biswa and Swarajeet Das - but Punit Bisht (batting on 25) and Ravi Teja (batting on 20) have added 40 runs for the third wicket so far, with the required run-rate in excess of 13 now.

Mizoram v Pondicherry at BKC Mumbai: Pondicherry bowlers successfully defend 155 and help their side secure a 31-run win over Mizoram. Chasing 156, Mizoram managed 124 for four in 20 overs. Opening batsman Taruwar Kohli top-scored with an unbeaten 61-ball 76 but did not find enough support from the other batsmen to potentially overhaul Pondicherry's total. Ashith Sanganakal was the pick of the Pondicherry bowlers with figures of 4-0-25-2.

Tamil Nadu v Uttar Pradesh in Thiruvananthapuram: Uttar Pradesh is 80 for two after 11 overs. Tamil Nadu bowlers have exerted control after a productive powerplay for UP, conceding 30 runs in the last five overs and taking the wicket of opener Akshdeep Nath, who was out for a 28-ball 25. Rinku Singh has joined the well-set Upendra Singh in the middle with UP needing a further 89 runs in nine overs.

Baroda v Uttarakhand in Bokaro: Batting first, Baroda posts 201 for four in 20 overs. Deepak Hooda top-scores with 36-ball 52, while Swapnil Singh made an equally vital contribution with a 25-ball 47. For Uttarakhand, Dikshanshu Negi took two for 33 in four overs.

Tamil Nadu v Uttar Pradesh in Thiruvananthapuram: Chasing 169 for victory, Uttar Pradesh makes 50 for the loss of one wicket at the end of the powerplay. UP captain Samarth Singh is the batsman dismissed, out caught for 21 off the bowling of left-arm seamer Thangarasu Natarajan. But opening batsman Akshdeep Nath is batting on 19 and Upendra Yadav is the new batsman in.

Update: Our Mumbai correspondent Shayan Acharya updates: "Hours after playing the third T20I between India and Bangladesh in Nagpur, Yuzvendra Chahal has arrived at the BKC Ground to make himself available for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy game between Haryana and Assam."

Delhi v Nagaland in Surat: After electing to field first, Delhi bowlers restrict Nagaland to 75 for nine in 20 overs. Shrikant Mundhe top-scored with a 27-ball 22, while Delhi's left-arm orthodox spinner Pawan Negi was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4-0-11-3.

Himachal Pradesh v Hyderabad in Chandigarh: Chasing 184 for victory, Hyderabad is 44 for three after eight overs. The top three of Tanmay Agarwal (12), captain Ambati Rayudu (15) and Akshath Reddy (7) have been dismissed, bolstering Himachal's chances.

Bengal v Meghalaya at Wankhede Stadium: Put in to bat by Meghalaya, Bengal posts 207 for four in 20 overs. Captain Abhimanyu Easwaran top-scored with 32-ball 61, while Vivek Singh (with a 39-ball 57) and Manoj Tiwary (with a 29-ball 45) make vital contributions with the bat.

Manipur v Vidarbha in Thiruvananthapuram: Vidarbha's left-arm seamer Shrikant Wagh provides an early breakthrough (Narsingh Yadav out bowled off the first ball) with Manipur 15 for one, chasing 151 for victory, in the fourth over.

Chhattisgarh v Railways in Chandigarh: Chasing 191 for victory, Railways is 31 for two in the seventh over. Opening batsmen Mrunal Devdhar (1) and Pratham Singh (2) have been dismissed, but Vikrant Singh and Dinesh Mor have added 27 runs so far for the third wicket.

Tamil Nadu v Uttar Pradesh in Thiruvananthapuram: After being put in to bat, Tamil Nadu finishes with 168 for seven in 20 overs. Captain Dinesh Karthik top-scored with 41-ball 61, while Mohsin Khan was the pick of the UP bowlers with figures of 4-0-13-2.

Manipur v Vidarbha in Thiruvananthapuram: Vidarbha scores 74 runs off the last eight overs to take itself to 150 for six in 20 overs. Jitesh Sharma top-scored with an unbeaten 73 off 50 balls.

Himachal Pradesh v Hyderabad in Chandigarh: After being put in to bat, Himachal Pradesh posts 183 for five in 20 overs. A 12-ball 29 from Rishi Dhawan propelled Himachal past 180 after it was 143 for four in the 18th over.

Mizoram v Pondicherry at BKC Mumbai: Pondicherry posts 155 for seven in 20 overs. Mizoram needs 156 for victory.

Chhattisgarh v Railways in Chandigarh: After being put in to bat, Chhattisgarh posts 190 for six in 20 overs. Shashank Chandrakar top-scored with 50-ball 82, while captain Harpreet Singh Bhatia made a 37-ball 60. Karthik Imandi was the pick of the Railways bowlers with figures of 3-0-33-3.

Bengal v Meghalaya at Wankhede Stadium: Bengal has made a blazing start after being put in to bat. It is 69 for no loss at the end of the powerplay, with Vivek Singh (batting on 41) having been the aggressor early on. Wicketkeeper-batsman Shreevats Goswami is batting on 25.

Manipur v Vidarbha in Thiruvananthapuram: Vidarbha is 76 for four after 12 overs. Jitesh Sharma is the well-set batsman batting on 32 of 24 balls and he has been joined by Rushabh Rathod after the dismissal of Ganesh Sathish.

Tamil Nadu v Uttar Pradesh in Thiruvananthapuram: Murali Vijay (batting on 48) and captain Dinesh Karthik (batting on 26) have given Tamil Nadu a solid foundation, taking the team to 80 for one after 11 overs with Washington Sundar, Vijay Shankar, Shahrukh Khan to follow.

Himachal Pradesh v Hyderabad in Chandigarh: Himachal has scored 34 runs in the last four overs, setting itself up for a strong finish. It is currently 122 for three after 16 overs with Amit Kumar (batting on 19) and Nitin Sharma (batting on 1) the batsmen in the middle.

Mizoram v Pondicherry at BKC Mumbai: Pondicherry 121 for six, with three wickets falling in quick succession.

 

Bengal v Meghalaya at Wankhede Stadium: Meghalaya captain R.R. Biswa has won the toss and elected to field first. Wicketkeeper-batsman Shreevats Goswami and Vivek Singh are the opening batsmen for Bengal.

Manipur v Vidarbha in Thiruvananthapuram: Two wickets in quick succession for Manipur. Vidarbha captain Faiz Fazal (24) and Akshay Kolhar (12) have been dismissed with Vidarbha 45 for two at the end of the powerplay. Jitesh Sharma and Shalabh Srivastava are the two new batsmen at the crease.

Himachal Pradesh v Hyderabad in Chandigarh: It had been a steady progress for Chhattisgarh... that is until Prashant Chopra was dismissed. He was bowled by Mehdi Hasan for a 29-ball 32, ending a 40-run partnership between Chopra and Ekant Sen, who's batting on 24 off 20 balls. Amit Kumar is the new batsman in. Himachal 88 for two  in the 12th over.

Chhattisgarh v Railways in Chandigarh: After being put in to bat, Chhattisgarh has blazed away to 109 for one after 12 overs. Shashank Chandrakar is striking at 167 runs per 100 balls, batting on 67, while captain Harpreet Singh Bhatia is batting on 40 off 27 balls. The pair has added 89 runs after the early loss of Ashutosh Singh.

Delhi v Nagaland in Surat: Delhi captain Dhruv Shorey has won the toss and elected to field first.

Manipur v Vidarbha in Thiruvananthapuram: Faiz Fazal-led Vidarbha bats first with the captain himself opening the innings with Akshay Kolhar.

Tamil Nadu v Uttar Pradesh in Thiruvananthapuram: Washington Sundar is in the playing XI for Tamil Nadu, which bats first against Uttar Pradesh. Murali Vijay and Narayan Jagadeesan are the opening batsmen with Washington slotted at No. 3.

Himachal Pradesh v Hyderabad in Chandigarh: After being put in to bat, Himachal is 45 for one at the end of the powerplay. Opener Abhimanyu Rana is the batsman dismissed for 26 off 20 balls. The other opening batsman Prashant Chopra is off to a start, batting on 18, with Ekant Sen joining him in the middle.

Mizoram v Pondicherry at BKC Mumbai: Mizoram captain K.B. Pawan has won the toss and elected to field first. An early breakthrough makes it an ideal start for Mizoram.

Chhattisgarh v Railways in Chandigarh: Railways captain Karn Sharma has won the toss and elected to field first.

Himachal Pradesh v Hyderabad in Chandigarh: Ambati Rayudu, the Hyderabad captain, has won the toss and elected to field first.