Mirror Sports Bureau Mumbai will need their spinners to strike early today if they want to keep their quarters hopes alive. Sitting pretty on the top of the Group 'A' chart with 32 points, Karnataka were only too content to dawdle the day away. Mumbai Mirror, 3 weeks ago
Mumbai shot out for 101, their 6th lowest total, as Railways walk away with the first inning honours They are the 40-time champions. They have a track record of producing champion batsmen. They know how to save and win a match. They know how to ...Pune Mirror, 2 months ago
Mumbai lose three early wickets, face a daunting task of overhauling Rlys' first innings score Aditya Tare lay flat on the ground. Railways wicketkeeper Mahesh Rawat had disturbed the stumps. Umpire Nand Kishore had signalled for the third umpire, ...Pune Mirror, 2 months ago
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