Vijay Hazare Trophy: Dube ton in vain as Karnataka beats Mumbai in thriller

Catch highlights from the Vijay Hazare Trophy matches in Jaipur, Vadodara Bengaluru and Dehradun where in a standout clash, Karnataka beat Mumbai.

Bengal's Abhimanyu Easwaran struck a quickfire 100 to lead Bengal to a nine-wicket win. (File Picture)   -  Biswaranjan Rout

Good morning, welcome to Sportstar's coverage of Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20.

Results:

Hyderabad beats Andhra

Tilak Varma's breezy 83 stood out as Hyderabad beat Andhra by seven runs. Andhra batsmen Ricky Bhui and D.B. Prashant Kumar scored half-centuries but that was not enough to cross the line.

Karnataka beats Mumbai

Shivam Dube's brilliant 67-ball 118 went in vain as Karnataka prevailed in a high scoring thriller to beat Mumbai by nine runs.

Chhattisgarh beats Jharkhand

Chhattisgarh pocketed full four points as it beat Jharkhand by seven wickets. Chasing 120 to win, Chhattisgarh overhauled the target in 28.3 overs.

Delhi beats Odisha

Delhi rode on half-centuries from Anuj Rawat, Dhruv Shorey and Nitish Rana to beat Odisha by 63 runs and pocket full points. In chase of 300, Delhi did well to restrict Odisha for 236/8.

Chandigarh beats Mizoram

Chandigarh cantered to a 10-wicket win over Cricket Association of Mizoram.

Assam beats Sikkim

Pallav Kumar Das scored an unbeaten 117 as Assam defeated Sikkim by seven wickets.

Puducherry beats Arunachal Pradesh

Puducherry registered a comfortable nine-wicket win over Arunachal Pradesh to pocket four full points.

Himachal tames Haryana

Himachal had a relatively easy outing as it beat Haryana by 84 runs. Chasing 215 runs to win, Haryana folded out for 130.

Baroda beats Maharashtra

Baroda registered a 25-run win over Maharashtra as it restricted the opposition for 224/9 after posting 249/9.

Bengal trounces Bihar

Skipper A.R. Easwaran slammed an unbeaten 112 as Bengal beat Bihar by nine wickets.

Gujarat beats Services

An all-round show from Gujarat saw the Parthiv Patel-led side beat Services by 14 runs. Chasing 280 runs to win, Services was restricted for 265/8.

J & K beats Madhya Pradesh

In a low-scoring thriller, Jammu and Kashmir prevailed over Madhya Pradesh to win by four wuns. Chasing 183 runs to win, Madhya Pradesh folded out for 178. 

 

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Mumbai brings up its 300 with the last pair of Dhawal Kulkarni and Tushar Deshpande helping their side overhaul a stiff target of 313. Mumbai 303/9. Needs another 10 runs in 12 balls.

Andhra vs Hyderabad: Andhra skipper Ricky Bhui reaches his half-century and holds the key as his side requires another 37 runs with 3.3 overs remaining. Andhra 135/3 in chase of 172

Mumbai vs Karnataka: M Prasidh traps Shardul Thakur as Mumbai loses its ninth wicket. It still requires 25 runs to win with one wicket in hand. Mumbai 288/9 at the end of 45 overs in chase of 313.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Change in script? Shivam Dube falls for a brilliant 67-ball 118 and Mumbai loses its eighth wicket. Mumbai 278/8 in chase of 313. Needs another 34 runs to win.

Services vs Gujarat: Pulkit Narang and Varun Choudhary are at the crease, with Services still 23 shy of the target. But with only five balls left, Gujarat will feel it has all but added a win to its kitty.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Is there a twist? Shivam Dube is playing a blinder, hammering 87 off just 54 balls with four fours and eight sixes. Mumbai still needs 82 to win in 13 overs, with three wickets in hand.

Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir: Parvez Rasool is reaching the end of a testing spell. His three wickets have kept J&K in the hunt. MP might still win, with 27 to get in eight overs, but J&K has put a tough fight. MP 156/7 in 42 Overs.

Bengal vs Bihar: Easwaran hits a 122-ball 112 as Bengal romps home by nine wickets.

Bengal vs Bihar: Easwaran brings up his 100 as Bengal reaches within striking distance of a comprehensive win. Abhi Raman has played the perfect ally with a fifty. Bengal 201/1 in 38.1 Overs.

Services vs Gujarat: Ravi Chahuhan's 61 has put Services on course for a relatively easy chase. Gujarat have managed to snap up three wickets, but with less than 100 to get in 14 overs -- seven wickets in hand -- it's advantage Services at the moment. Services 181/3 after 36 Overs.

Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir: Anand Bais and Abhishek Bhandari have repaired the early damage with a 53-run fifth wicket partnership. MP 101/4 after 32 Overs. They need 82 more to win.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Lad and Iyer depart in quick succession to leave Mumbai four down. K Gowtham now has two wickets under his belt. Mumbai still needs 203 to win, with two new batsmen at the crease: Surya and Shivam Dube. Mumbai 110/4 after 22.4 Overs.

Bengal vs Bihar: Easwaran is batting on nearly run-a-ball 70 and has Abhi Kumar Raman for company at the other. Bengal cruising at 5.45 runs an over, and need 77 runs to win in 24 overs. Bengal 140/1 in 26 Overs.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: K Gowtham removes cleans up Tare for 32. Mumbai two down for 94 with 219 to get in a little more than 30 overs. Lad and skipper Shreyas Iyer are out in the middle.

Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir: Skipper Parvez Rasool enters his name in the wickets column: traps Parth Sahani in front to leave MP reeling at four for 49 in 15 overs. MP needs 134 to win.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Jaiswal falls for 22. Abhimanyu Mithun getting the first breakthrough for Karnataka. Siddhesh Lad joins Tare in the middle. Mumbai 39/1 in 9.1 Overs.

Bengal vs Bihar: Goswami and Easwaran upped the ante to take Bengal to 50 in eight overs, before Goswami was dismissed by Shashi Shekhar. Abhi Kumar Raman joins Easwaran. Bengal 62/1 in 9 Overs.

Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir: Chasing a modest 183, MP has slipped to three for 34 with Mohammed Mudhasir snapping up two wickets. Anand Bais and Parth Sahani are at the crease.  MP 38/3 in 9.2 overs

Delhi vs Odisha: Navdeep Saini has given Delhi an early breakthrough, trapping Odisha opener Shantanu Mishra in front in the third over. Odisha 22/1 after 4 Overs.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Yashasvi Jaiswal and Aditya Tare begin the 313 chase. Abhimanyu Mithun and M. Prasidh with the new ball. Mumbai 8/0 in 2 Overs.

Bengal vs Bihar: Shreevats Goswami and Abhimanyu Easwaran have got the chase underway. Bengal are 17/0 after 2 Overs.

MID-INNINGS:

Mizoram vs Chandigarh: Mizoram 87 all-out in 39.3 Overs.

Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir: J&K 182 all-out in 43.5 Overs.

Bengal vs Bihar: Bihar 216/7 in 50 Overs.

Himachal Pradesh vs Haryana: 214/8 in 50 Overs.

Services vs Gujarat: Gujarat 279/9 in 50 Overs.

Maharashtra vs Baroda: 249/9 in 50 Overs.

Assam vs Sikkim: Sikkim 176 all-out in 48.5 Overs.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Karnataka 312/7 in 50 Overs.

Delhi vs Odisha: Delhi 299/6 in 50 Overs.

Chhattisgarh vs Jharkhand: Jharkhand 119 all-out in 29 Overs.

Puducherry vs Arunachal Pradesh: Arunachal 179 all-out in 42.3 Overs.

Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir: Gourav Yadav picks a five-for: 9.3-2-36-5 as J&K loses its ninth wicket for 178... Six wickets for Gourav as he skittles out J&K for 182.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Manish Pandey has raced to 46 off 49 deliveries. Rohan Kadam, in the meantime, has fallen for 32 off 37. B.R. Sharath has joined Manish. Karnataka 235/4 with nine overs to go.

Services vs Gujarat: Heartbreak for Parthiv, who falls for 99; caught by substitute Shivam Tiwary. Gujarat six down for 215 with 10 overs to go.

Services vs Gujarat: Parthiv Patel is nearing his hundred. He's batting on 85 off 89 balls with seven fours and a six. Juneja, who played well for his 51-ball 46, was trapped in front by Pulkit Narang. Gujarat 178/4 after 32.2 Overs.

Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir: Gourav Yadav's four-wicket haul has floored J&K, which is reeling at 115/6 after 27 Overs.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: KL Rahul falls for 58 and suddenly, Mumbai bowlers have fought back with two quick wickets: Padikkal departs for 79 and Karun Nair is run out for four. Manish Pandey and Rohan Kadam are at the crease. Karnataka 151/3 after 27 Overs.

Services vs Gujarat: Good knock from Parthiv: brings up his 50 off 61 deliveries. Gujarat have gone past the 100-run mark in 20 overs. Gujarat 103/3 after 21.2 Overs.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: K.L. Rahul and Padikkal bring up their respective half-centuries as Karnataka goes past 100 in less than 20 overs. Mumbai, desperately in need of a wicket, have already tried five bowlers but to no avail so far. Karnataka 107/0 after 18.2 Overs.

Services vs Gujarat: Parthiv Patel motoring along, but he's running out of partners at the other end: a third wicket falls as Merai falls for 21. Juneja joins his skipper. Gujarat 88/3 after 17.4 Overs.

Maharashtra vs Baroda: S.S. Bachhav gets rid of Waghmode for a well-made 38. Skipper Deepak Hooda has joined Solanki. Baroda 61/2 after 15.2 Overs.

Services vs Gujarat: Parthiv Patel, meanwhile, is scoring at almost run-a-ball. He's batting on 33 off 36 balls thanks to four fours and a six. He has Merai for company. Gujarat 58/2 after 11 Overs.

Mumbai vs Karnataka: Karnataka switching gears through KL Rahul and Padikkal. Rahul and Padikkal have hit six and seven boundaries respectively, bringing up their fifty partnership in less than 10 overs. Karnataka 61/0 after 10 Overs.

Services vs Gujarat: Dhruv Raval has been run out for 15. Gujarat have lost two for less than 50 on the board. Parthiv batting on 19 off 25 balls, B.H. Merai has joined his skipper. Gujarat 38/2 after 8 overs.

Maharashtra vs Baroda: Baroda's dealt an early blow after opener Kedar Devdhar falls cheaply. Vishnu Solanki has joined Aditya Waghmode. Baroda 14/1 after 6 overs.

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Mumbai vs Karnataka: KL Rahul and Devdutt Padikkal are off to a brisk start. Rahul has struck two boundaries already, to take Karnataka to 11/0 after 3 overs.

Services vs Gujarat: Gujarat have lost opener Priyank Panchal cheaply. Parthiv Patel has been joined by Dhruv Raval. Gujarat 12/1 after 1.3 overs.

Bengal vs Bihar: Ishan Porel continues his good form, gets rid of opener S Gani for 2 off 4 deliveries. Bihar 6/1 after 1.2 overs.

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Chhattisgarh vs Jharkhand, Round 10, Elite Group A and B Bengaluru - Chhattisgarh won the toss and elected to field

Madhya Pradesh vs Jammu and Kashmir, Round 12, Elite Group C Jaipuria Vidyalaya Ground, Jaipur - Madhya Pradesh won the toss and elected to field

Services vs Gujarat, Round 12, Elite Group C KL Saini Ground, Jaipur - Services won the toss and elected to field

Bengal vs Bihar, Round 12, Elite Group C Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur - Bihar won the toss and elected to bat

Delhi vs Odisha, Round 9, Elite Group A and B Gujarat State Fertilizer Corporation Ground, Vadodara - Odisha won the toss and elected to field

Himachal Pradesh vs Haryana, Round 9, Elite Group A and B Sangramsinh Gaekwad Sports Academy Vadodara - Himachal Pradesh won the toss and elected to bat

Puducherry vs Arunachal Pradesh, Round 12, Plate Abhimanyu Cricket Academy, Dehradun - Arunachal Pradesh won the toss and elected to bat

Assam vs Sikkim, Round 12, Plate Tanush Academy Ground, Dehradun - Sikkim won the toss and elected to bat

Mizoram vs Chandigarh, Round 12, Plate Kasiga College Ground, Dehradun - Mizoram won the toss and elected to bat

Andhra vs Hyderabad, Round 10, Elite Group A and KSCA Cricket (3) Ground, Alur - Hyderabad won the toss and elected to bat

Mumbai vs Karnataka, Round 10, Elite Group A and B M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru - Mumbai won the toss and elected to field

Maharashtra vs Baroda, Round 9, Elite Group A and B Moti Bagh Stadium, Vadodara - Maharashtra won the toss and elected to field