WATCH: Sarfaraz Khan in tears after scoring century in Ranji Trophy final, brings out Sidhu Moose Wala signature step to celebrate

Sarfaraz Khan
Sarfaraz Khan (Image Credits: Twitter)
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Sarfaraz Khan
Sarfaraz Khan (Image Credits: Twitter)

Mumbai batter Sarfaraz Khan could not stop his tears after hitting a brilliant century in the ongoing Ranji Trophy final between his team and Madhya Pradesh. The right-handed batter continued his stellar form as he smashed his fourth century of the season.

Mumbai and Madhya Pradesh are currently battling it out in the Ranji Trophy final at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru. After winning the toss and batting first, Mumbai were in a spot of bother as they were reduced to 185/4 by Madhya Pradesh at a point in time.

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Sarfaraz Khan kept the middle order intact as he finished day one unbeaten at 40 runs. On the 2nd day, the batter continued to pile up runs and reached the three-figure mark with a boundary off Kumar Kartikeya’s bowling before lunch on the 2nd day.

Sarfaraz Khan brings out Sidhu Moose Wala signature step to celebrate his hundred

The youngster could not hide his emotions after reaching another century this Ranji season. He was teary-eyed after reaching the milestone and let out a massive roar as he was pumped up in elation.

Sarfaraz Khan followed it by imitating the late Punjab singer Sidhu Moose Wala’s signature step by smacking his thigh and pointing his finger toward the sky.

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Watch the video here:

Riding on Khan’s brilliant century, Mumbai managed to post a decent total of 374 in the first innings. The youngster played a brilliant knock of 134 runs before getting out. Meanwhile, Yashasvi Jaiswal also made a handy contribution of 78 runs to Mumbai’s total.

In reply, Madhya Pradesh started strongly as their opener added 47 runs for the first wicket. It was the only wicket Mumbai could get as Yash Dubey and Shubham Sharma have added 76 runs for the 2nd wicket. At the stumps on day two, Madhya Pradesh are in a commanding position at 123/1, trailing Mumbai by 251 runs.

 

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