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Bengal get vital lead despite Umang ton

Press Trust of India  |  Jaipur 

Bengal today earned vital first innings lead of 56 runs against despite a commendable effort from centurion Umang Sharma and Sarfaraz Khan.

In reply to Bengal's first innings lead of 466, were all out for 410 in 112.4 overs. Umang (136) and the burly Sarfaraz (85) added 139 for the fourth wicket but that wasn't enough to ensure at least three points for UP.



At stumps, Bengal were 30 for no loss with a consolidated lead of 86 runs with a day's play left.

Starting the day at 126 for 3, the duo took the score to 188 before the RCB batsman was caught by Abhimanyu Easwaran off Sayan Sekhar Mondal's bowling. He faced 124 balls.

Skipper Ekalavya Dwivedi (17) didn't stay long as he was cleaned up by Sayan Ghosh.

Once Umang became the seventh batsmen to be dismissed as he failed to read a flighted delivery from (2/101) offering a simple return catch. UP were 321/7 then.

Kuldeep Yadav (63, 100 balls) also tried his best with Piyush Chawla (34) and Imtiaz Ahmed (26 batting) also making contributions but off-spinner Aamir Gani (3/72) both Chawla and Yadav.

Brief Scores:

Bengal 1st Innings: 466 and 30/0

UP 1st Innings: 410 in 112.4 overs (Umang Sharma 136, Kuldeep Yadav 63, Sarfaraz Khan 85, Amir Gani 3/72, 2/101).

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bengal get vital lead despite Umang ton

Bengal today earned vital first innings lead of 56 runs against Uttar Pradesh despite a commendable effort from centurion Umang Sharma and Sarfaraz Khan. In reply to Bengal's first innings lead of 466, Uttar Pradesh were all out for 410 in 112.4 overs. Umang (136) and the burly Sarfaraz (85) added 139 for the fourth wicket but that wasn't enough to ensure at least three points for UP. At stumps, Bengal were 30 for no loss with a consolidated lead of 86 runs with a day's play left. Starting the day at 126 for 3, the duo took the score to 188 before the RCB batsman was caught by Abhimanyu Easwaran off Sayan Sekhar Mondal's bowling. He faced 124 balls. Skipper Ekalavya Dwivedi (17) didn't stay long as he was cleaned up by Sayan Ghosh. Once Umang became the seventh batsmen to be dismissed as he failed to read a flighted delivery from Pragyan Ojha (2/101) offering a simple return catch. UP were 321/7 then. Kuldeep Yadav (63, 100 balls) also tried his best with ... Bengal today earned vital first innings lead of 56 runs against despite a commendable effort from centurion Umang Sharma and Sarfaraz Khan.

In reply to Bengal's first innings lead of 466, were all out for 410 in 112.4 overs. Umang (136) and the burly Sarfaraz (85) added 139 for the fourth wicket but that wasn't enough to ensure at least three points for UP.

At stumps, Bengal were 30 for no loss with a consolidated lead of 86 runs with a day's play left.

Starting the day at 126 for 3, the duo took the score to 188 before the RCB batsman was caught by Abhimanyu Easwaran off Sayan Sekhar Mondal's bowling. He faced 124 balls.

Skipper Ekalavya Dwivedi (17) didn't stay long as he was cleaned up by Sayan Ghosh.

Once Umang became the seventh batsmen to be dismissed as he failed to read a flighted delivery from (2/101) offering a simple return catch. UP were 321/7 then.

Kuldeep Yadav (63, 100 balls) also tried his best with Piyush Chawla (34) and Imtiaz Ahmed (26 batting) also making contributions but off-spinner Aamir Gani (3/72) both Chawla and Yadav.

Brief Scores:

Bengal 1st Innings: 466 and 30/0

UP 1st Innings: 410 in 112.4 overs (Umang Sharma 136, Kuldeep Yadav 63, Sarfaraz Khan 85, Amir Gani 3/72, 2/101).

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bengal get vital lead despite Umang ton

Bengal today earned vital first innings lead of 56 runs against despite a commendable effort from centurion Umang Sharma and Sarfaraz Khan.

In reply to Bengal's first innings lead of 466, were all out for 410 in 112.4 overs. Umang (136) and the burly Sarfaraz (85) added 139 for the fourth wicket but that wasn't enough to ensure at least three points for UP.

At stumps, Bengal were 30 for no loss with a consolidated lead of 86 runs with a day's play left.

Starting the day at 126 for 3, the duo took the score to 188 before the RCB batsman was caught by Abhimanyu Easwaran off Sayan Sekhar Mondal's bowling. He faced 124 balls.

Skipper Ekalavya Dwivedi (17) didn't stay long as he was cleaned up by Sayan Ghosh.

Once Umang became the seventh batsmen to be dismissed as he failed to read a flighted delivery from (2/101) offering a simple return catch. UP were 321/7 then.

Kuldeep Yadav (63, 100 balls) also tried his best with Piyush Chawla (34) and Imtiaz Ahmed (26 batting) also making contributions but off-spinner Aamir Gani (3/72) both Chawla and Yadav.

Brief Scores:

Bengal 1st Innings: 466 and 30/0

UP 1st Innings: 410 in 112.4 overs (Umang Sharma 136, Kuldeep Yadav 63, Sarfaraz Khan 85, Amir Gani 3/72, 2/101).

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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