The stylish Tamil Nadu right-hander Indrajith's innings was the reason that Reds innings got some semblance of respectability after being reduced to 205 for 9 at one stage.
Indrajith faced 181 balls, hitting 12 boundaries and two sixes but more praiseworthy was his 86-run partnership for the final wicket with No. 11 Vijay Gohil (22 batting).
Indrajith and Gohil batted together for 18 overs with the Mumbai spinner facing 35 balls, hitting four boundaries in the process.
Apart from Indrajith, it was openers Priyank Panchal (36) and Sudeep Chatterjee (34), who got set before being dismissed.
The openers added 70 before there was a collapse and Indrajith had to wage a lone battle.
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