The round one of the Ranji Trophy has started with a bang. There have been some interesting turn of events and highlights in the last few days. Let us see how the teams have performed and the major features that went down.

In round one, 18 matches were to be held and these are the results:

Matches Outcomes
Assam v Services Suspended
Manipur v Mizoram Manipur won by six wickets
Nagaland v Meghalaya Meghalaya won by 110 runs
Tripura v Jharkhand Suspended
Bihar v Pondicherry Pondicherry won by 10 wickets
Chhattisgarh v Odisha Odisha won by an innings and 3 runs
Hyderabad v Gujarat Gujarat won by eight wickets
Kerala v Delhi Match drawn, Kerala took first innings lead
Rajasthan v Punjab Punjab won by 10 wickets
Andhra v Vidarbha Match drawn, Vidarbha took first innings lead
Himachal v Saurashtra Saurashtra won by five wickets
Tamil Nadu v Karnataka Karnataka won by 26 runs
Uttar Pradesh v Railways Match drawn, Railways took first innings lead
Baroda v Mumbai Mumbai won by 309 runs
Haryana v Maharashtra Haryana won by an innings & 68 runs
Uttarakhand v Jammu and Kashmir Jammu and Kashmir won by 253 runs
Chandigarh v Arunachal Pradesh Chandigarh won by an innings and 173 runs
Goa v Sikkim Goa won by nine wickets

Highlights from round 1:

In the Ranji Trophy, the Mumbai team is the toughest teams to beat. Their strength was witnessed in the first round. They squashed their opponent, Baroda by 309 runs. Mumbai scored 534 runs, but it was no match for Baroda. At the Reliance Cricket Stadium in Vadodara, the host team managed to wrack up 224 runs. The Mumbai bowlers, Shams Mulani took four wickets, while Shashank Attarde and Akash Parkar knocked out two wickets each.

One of the most interesting matches was between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Tamil Nadu had to chase 181 runs, but Karnataka’s unleashed their powerful bowler in the form of Krishnappa Gowtham. He stood as a tough opponent against the Tamil Nadu’s batsmen. Gowtham took down eight players who managed to score a total of 60 runs.

The Gujarat versus Hyderabad match saw a dismal performance. Hyderabad scored a miserable 187 runs and Gujarat crossed it with ease. Although Gujarat’s Kathan Patel was dismissed for 1 run, his teammates Priyank Panchal (90) and Bhargav Merai (69) chased the target.

Three matches ended in a draw: Andhra versus Vidarbha, Uttar Pradesh versus Railways, and Kerala versus Delhi.

With all this excitement, will the losing teams redeem themselves in round two? On 17th December, catch all the Ranji Trophy 2019-20 thrill here. Join the buzz of creating your own fantasy team and test your cricket skills.


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