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Uttar Pradesh vs Mumbai, Final Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Uttar Pradesh vs Mumbai, Final 19 Monday April 2021 120949000000 Mumbai won by 6 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 19 Monday April 2021 120949000000 UP - 312/4 (50) MUM - 315/4 (41.3) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 19 Monday April 2021 120949000000 CRR:  7.59 Batting R(B) 4s 6s SR Aditya Tare* 118 (107) 18 0 110.28 Sarfaraz Khan 3 (2) 0 0 150 Bowling O M R W Sameer Choudhary* 7 0 43 1 Yash Dayal 8.3 0 71 1 Partnership: 12(7) Last wkt: Shivam Dube c Samarth Singh b Sameer Choudhary 42(28) - 303/4 in 40.2 ov. Recent balls: ... Wd 1 1 | 1 W 1 0 1 2 | 4 0 4 Scorecard Refresh Commentary There comes their trophy. And much like what's been a tradition with the Indian side, Mumbai too hand the trophy over to their newest squad addition, Prashant Solanki. It's been quite a turnaround in fortunes for them, from looking totally lost in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy to staying winless a month later in the Vijay Hazare. It's been fun bringing you this, and until the next domestic season comes along, on behalf of all of us, ta ta!! Prithvi Shaw | Winning skipper: Everyone contributed in this tournament, it wasn't an individual. From the support staff, the players, this trophy goes to everyone. Tare batted so well today. It could have gone any way in that situation and everyone was happy for him because finishing isn't easy. I have been captaining from a very young age. I have captained under-14s, under-16s, under-19s, India A and I enjoy this process. It was difficult in Australia, and the only thing I wanted to do was go back and work hard, fill the gaps and come back strongly. Karan Sharma | Losing skipper : We were like 30-40 runs short. It was just a bad day for our bowlers. We learnt a lot from this game because they batted really well. I want to thank our coaches and our support staff, the players and my family. 16:33 Local Time: You aren't meant to chase down 313 so quickly. But this is how brutal Mumbai have been over this season. Their dressing room comes out running, and they're having a mid-pitch celebratory huddle. They never gave UP a chance here, Prithvi Shaw going nuts at the top like he's done all tournament, Jaiswal chipping in, Tare holding fort, switching gears and then Dube coming in, smashing them around for fun and starting the afterparty quickly. To be fair to UP's bowlers, this pitch was a proper belter, and with these small boundaries, it's probably their batsmen who've under-delivered on the runs. But never mind, in this mood, Mumbai would've easily knocked down even 400. Hang around, the presentations are here .. 41.3 Yash Dayal to Tare, FOUR , a cute dab, past short third man, past backward point, and very fittingly, it's Tare sealing it for Mumbai .. VH title #4 41.2 Yash Dayal to Tare, no run, tight one on the stumps, no room, and the finish will wait some more .. blocked 41.1 Yash Dayal to Tare, FOUR , filthy drag down on the legs. Tare swipes, doesn't go too hard though, which now means he'll have to have another hit One strike. MUM: 307-4 after 41 overs 40.6 Sameer Choudhary to Sarfaraz Khan, 2 runs, swatted away off his hips, through square leg 40.5 Sameer Choudhary to Tare, 1 run, drifting into middle, swept behind square 40.4 Sameer Choudhary to Tare, no run, flat, on the stumps, kept out in a hurry 40.3 Sameer Choudhary to Sarfaraz Khan, 1 run, full, driven through the line, to long-off Sarfaraz Khan, right handed bat, comes to the crease 40.2 Sameer Choudhary to Shivam Dube, out Caught by Samarth Singh!! Dube and his hurry won't be the one finishing it off today. It's tossed up, in the slot, enticing him to slog-sweep. And he does just that, but it's not off the middle, spooning one to long-on. Shivam Dube c Samarth Singh b Sameer Choudhary 42(28) [4s-6 6s-1] Sameer Choudhary to Shivam Dube, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 40.1 Sameer Choudhary to Tare, 1 run, very full, squeezed down the ground MUM: 302-3 after 40 overs 39.6 Yash Dayal to Tare, 1 run, nudged softly in front of mid-on to pinch a quick one 39.5 Yash Dayal to Shivam Dube, 1 run, short again, shoulder high, swivel-pull, deep square leg 39.5 Yash Dayal to Shivam Dube, wide , too short, too loopy, too easy. Dube doesn't even need to duck 39.4 Yash Dayal to Shivam Dube, 2 runs, quick whippy hands, taking it off his tummy and nailing it through mid-wicket, where the fielder from deep square leg in fact does well at the boundary with his sliding tackle Load More Commentary

Uttar Pradesh vs Mumbai, Final

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Uttar Pradesh vs Mumbai, Final 19 Monday April 2021 120949000000

Mumbai won by 6 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 19 Monday April 2021 120949000000

UP - 312/4 (50)
MUM - 315/4 (41.3)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 19 Monday April 2021 120949000000
CRR:  7.59
BattingR(B)4s6sSR
Aditya Tare*118(107)180110.28
Sarfaraz Khan3(2)00150
BowlingOMRW
Sameer Choudhary*70431
Yash Dayal8.30711
Partnership: 12(7)
Last wkt: Shivam Dube c Samarth Singh b Sameer Choudhary 42(28) - 303/4 in 40.2 ov.
Recent balls: ... Wd 1 1 | 1 W 1 0 1 2 | 4 0 4
Commentary

There comes their trophy. And much like what's been a tradition with the Indian side, Mumbai too hand the trophy over to their newest squad addition, Prashant Solanki. It's been quite a turnaround in fortunes for them, from looking totally lost in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy to staying winless a month later in the Vijay Hazare. It's been fun bringing you this, and until the next domestic season comes along, on behalf of all of us, ta ta!!

Prithvi Shaw | Winning skipper: Everyone contributed in this tournament, it wasn't an individual. From the support staff, the players, this trophy goes to everyone. Tare batted so well today. It could have gone any way in that situation and everyone was happy for him because finishing isn't easy. I have been captaining from a very young age. I have captained under-14s, under-16s, under-19s, India A and I enjoy this process. It was difficult in Australia, and the only thing I wanted to do was go back and work hard, fill the gaps and come back strongly.

Karan Sharma | Losing skipper: We were like 30-40 runs short. It was just a bad day for our bowlers. We learnt a lot from this game because they batted really well. I want to thank our coaches and our support staff, the players and my family.

16:33 Local Time: You aren't meant to chase down 313 so quickly. But this is how brutal Mumbai have been over this season. Their dressing room comes out running, and they're having a mid-pitch celebratory huddle. They never gave UP a chance here, Prithvi Shaw going nuts at the top like he's done all tournament, Jaiswal chipping in, Tare holding fort, switching gears and then Dube coming in, smashing them around for fun and starting the afterparty quickly. To be fair to UP's bowlers, this pitch was a proper belter, and with these small boundaries, it's probably their batsmen who've under-delivered on the runs. But never mind, in this mood, Mumbai would've easily knocked down even 400. Hang around, the presentations are here ..

41.3 Yash Dayal to Tare, FOUR, a cute dab, past short third man, past backward point, and very fittingly, it's Tare sealing it for Mumbai .. VH title #4

41.2 Yash Dayal to Tare, no run, tight one on the stumps, no room, and the finish will wait some more .. blocked

41.1 Yash Dayal to Tare, FOUR, filthy drag down on the legs. Tare swipes, doesn't go too hard though, which now means he'll have to have another hit

One strike.

MUM: 307-4 after 41 overs

40.6 Sameer Choudhary to Sarfaraz Khan, 2 runs, swatted away off his hips, through square leg

40.5 Sameer Choudhary to Tare, 1 run, drifting into middle, swept behind square

40.4 Sameer Choudhary to Tare, no run, flat, on the stumps, kept out in a hurry

40.3 Sameer Choudhary to Sarfaraz Khan, 1 run, full, driven through the line, to long-off

Sarfaraz Khan, right handed bat, comes to the crease

40.2 Sameer Choudhary to Shivam Dube, out Caught by Samarth Singh!! Dube and his hurry won't be the one finishing it off today. It's tossed up, in the slot, enticing him to slog-sweep. And he does just that, but it's not off the middle, spooning one to long-on. Shivam Dube c Samarth Singh b Sameer Choudhary 42(28) [4s-6 6s-1]

Sameer Choudhary to Shivam Dube, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

40.1 Sameer Choudhary to Tare, 1 run, very full, squeezed down the ground

MUM: 302-3 after 40 overs

39.6 Yash Dayal to Tare, 1 run, nudged softly in front of mid-on to pinch a quick one

39.5 Yash Dayal to Shivam Dube, 1 run, short again, shoulder high, swivel-pull, deep square leg

39.5 Yash Dayal to Shivam Dube, wide, too short, too loopy, too easy. Dube doesn't even need to duck

39.4 Yash Dayal to Shivam Dube, 2 runs, quick whippy hands, taking it off his tummy and nailing it through mid-wicket, where the fielder from deep square leg in fact does well at the boundary with his sliding tackle