Vijay Hazare Trophy: defeated Hyderabad in the final of Mumbai on the eve of Earth

Vijay Hazare Trophy: defeated Hyderabad in the final of Mumbai on the eve of Earth

Prithvi Shaw smashed a 44-ball 61 with eight fours and two sixes in 44 balls and gave Mumbai a spectacular win and delivered their team to the final.

Prithvi Shaw, who started his Test career in the series against the West Indies, hit 61 off 44 balls with eight fours and two sixes to give Mumbai a fantastic win and deliver their team to the final.

Meanwhile, there was a great duel between him and Hyderabad's fast bowler Mohammad Siraj. Shaw and Captain Shreyas Iyer put a brilliant half-century for Mumbai.

The target was 247 in front of Mumbai, but when he scored 155 runs in 25 overs in 25 overs, Jhajjhmi rain came due to which the game could not be done further. After winning the VJD system, Mumbai needed to score 96 runs for two wickets.

Earlier, Hyderabad scored 246 runs for 8 wickets on Rohit Ryudu's unbeaten 121. Apart from Rohit Rayudu, none of the Hyderabad batsmen could stand in front of the Mumbai attack. His second best score was 29 runs, which was made by BP Sandeep.

Ambati Rayudu's cousin Rohit Rayudu hit eight fours and four sixes in his 132-ball innings. Captain Ambati Rayudu scored only 11 runs. On behalf of Mumbai, Tushar Deshpande scored two for 55 while Rahon Diaas took two wickets for 43 runs.

Shaw, who made his best debut in the series against the West Indies, struck 61 off 44 balls with eight fours and two sixes to give Mumbai a breezy start. Meanwhile, there was a great duel between him and Hyderabad's fast bowler Mohammad Siraj.

Left-arm spinner Mehdi Hassan (two for 23 runs) made Shaw bold. Earlier, he had also scanned Rohit Sharma (17). Aiyar (55 not out in 53 balls) took responsibility from here. When the game was stopped due to rain, Ajinkya Rahane was playing with 17 runs.

Vijay Hazare does not win the trophy since the 2006-07 season. He will face the winners of the second semi-final to be held on Thursday between Delhi and Jharkhand in the finals to be held on October 20.

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