Madhya Pradesh experienced one particular of the most dramatic collapses in Ranji Trophy history as they went from 35/3 to 35 all out in opposition to Andhra in their Elite Team B match on Wednesday. They missing 6 wickets in the place of 23 balls while 1 batsman was absent harm.
Andra gained the match by 307 runs ending MP’s hopes of qualifying for the knockouts.
Madhya Pradesh’s very last 7 batsmen did not open their account as 8 batsmen scored ducks in the fourth innings of the match. Only Aryaman Birla (12) and Yash Dubey (16) could attain double figures. KV Sasikanth and Paidikalva Vijaykumar were the architects of the collapse with Sasikanth having 6/18 even though Vijaykumar took 3/17.Pacer Girinath Reddy, who took 6 wickets for Andhra in the initial innings, did not get to bowl.
Andhra experienced scored 301 in their second innings leaving Madhya Pradesh with a concentrate on of 343 runs. Reddy had taken 6/29 in Madhya Pradesh’s first innings to skittle the Group B leaders for a paltry 91 in reaction to Andhra’s 132 in their to start with innings.