Ranji Trophy: Wriddhiman Saha ton in vain as Maharashtra crush Bengal to enter final

Chasing eight for a win, Maharashtra crushed Bengal by 10 wickets to enter the Ranji Trophy final for the first time since 1992-93.

updated: January 20, 2014 21:03 IST
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Indore: Wriddhiman Saha's gutsy century went in vain as Maharashtra crushed Bengal by 10 wickets to enter the final of the Ranji Trophy after two decades. Maharashtra will take on the winner of the other ongoing semi-final between Karnataka and Punjab. Maharashtra last played in the Ranji Trophy final in the 1992-93 season where they lost to Punjab.

After a batting collapse in the first innings, Bengal put up a relatively better show in the second essay courtesy Wriddhiman's unbeaten 108 as they scored 348 managing to avert the ignominy of innings defeat.

Harshad Khadiwale knocked off the required eight runs in two overs on the third day as Maharashtra continued their dream run in the national championship entering the summit clash from Group C.

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