Sarfaraz cried after scoring a century: Scored 134 against MP in Ranji final, celebrated with Musewala’s signature move

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Mumbai batsman Sarfaraz Khan has been in terrific form in the Ranji Trophy. In the final match being played against Madhya Pradesh, this player scored the fourth century of this season. After scoring the century, Sarfaraz became very emotional and started crying.

Along with this, he also paid tribute to the Punjabi singer Sidhu Musewala, who had recently said goodbye to the world, by doing his signature step. During this he looked very emotional. Its video is going viral on social media.

Sarfaraz’s bat scored 134 runs in 243 balls in the match. During this he hit 13 fours and 2 sixes. Mumbai’s entire innings ended on 374 runs. Apart from Sarfaraz, Yashasvi Jaiswal contributed 78 and Prithvi Shaw contributed 47 runs for Mumbai.

Sarfaraz Khan is scoring runs at an average of more than 150 this season.

Runs scored at an average of more than 150
Before the final, Sarfaraz Khan’s bat scored 275, 63, 48, 165, 153, 40, 59 not out. He is the highest run-scorer in the Ranji Trophy 2021-22 so far with more than 900 runs in 8 innings. During this time his average is more than 150.

On Thursday, Mumbai extended their innings to 248/5 and added 126 runs to the score and also lost 5 wickets.

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