While Leading Mumbai’s fightback against Uttar Pradesh on day four at Wankhede, Sarfaraz Khan brought up his first double century in First-Class cricket. The right-hander took 277 balls to reach the double ton, hitting 23 fours and six sixes en route. He is currently unbeaten on 250 not out.
With captain Aditya Tare supporting from the other end, Sarfaraz tapped Saurabh Kumar for a single on the onside to reach the landmark. Celebrating with gusto, he acknowledged his teammates and father-cum-coach Naushad Khan, who was watching from the MCA pavilion.
Earlier In 2015 Sarfaraz Khan was at the Wankhede for an Uttar Pradesh v Mumbai game, in the away dressing room, playing for UP.
Sarfaraz Khan’s unbeaten double hundred against Uttar Pradesh on Day 4 has given Mumbai hope of a fight on the final day at Wankhede. Both the teams trying hard to gain the vital first-innings lead in the sixth round of Ranji Trophy
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