Prithvi Shaw back in good nick

Indore: Young prodigy Prithvi Shaw found his mojo back as domestic giants Mumbai Monday cantered to a fourth straight win in the Mushtaq Ali Trophy, hammering Goa by six wickets in a Group C game of the T20 tournament here, on Monday. Earlier, Mumbai had defeated Sikkim, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh in the premier domestic T20 tournament.

Mumbai rode on Shaw’s blazing 71 off just 47 balls to reach the target of 140 with 10 balls to spare. Shaw, who struggled in the last three games, finally found momentum and registered his first fifty of the tournament. The 19-year-old batsman’s quickfire knock was studded with five boundaries and seven sixes.

Brief scores: At Indore: Goa 140-4 (A Desai 38, S Kamat 27; S Ranjane 1-19) lost to Mumbai 141-4 (P Shaw 71, A Rahane 31; V Prabhudesai 1-11); MP 159-6 (N Ojha 74, P Sahani 40; A Mishra 3-19) lost to Railways 161-5 (P S Singh 61, A Yadav 32*;

M Hirwani 3-20); Sikkim 75 (Milind 28, Nilesh Lamichaney 13; J Unadkat 2-9) lost to Saurashtra 79-3 (C Pujara 39 not out,

Sheldon Jackson 24; B B Sharma 3-23); Vidarbha 117 (J M Sharma 49, Atharva Taide 23; S K K Ahmed 5-18, Nathu Singh 2-11) bt Rajasthan 73 (M N Singh 24, Robin Bist 22; Akshay Karnewar 4-7, R L Jangid 2-11)Tamil Nadu 125-6 (N S Chaturved 34, M S Washington Sundar 33; A Nagwaswalla 3-11,

Piyush Chawla 2-16) bt Gujarat 124 all out (Chirag Gandhi 68*, Priyank Panchal 14; Washington Sundar 2-10, R Sai Kishore 1-19); Bihar 78 all out (Asfahan Khan 25, Piyush Kumar Singh 21; G K Singh 2-11, Ankit Rajan Maini 2-14) lost to Himachal Pradesh 81-1 (A K Bains 54*, P S Chopra 14; Samar Quadri 1-14)

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