Mumbai hitter Sarfaraz Khan has put in an outstanding performance in Ranji’s current season and maintained the same form, he also scored a strong century in the final match against Madhya Pradesh. However, the young hitter looked a bit emotional after scoring one goal and then paying tribute to Punjab singer Sidhu Moosewala, who was shot dead last month, with special celebrations.
Sarfaraz Khan came out to beat on the first day of the final match. He was back unbeaten on day one after scoring 40 runs. He hit brilliantly on day two and finished his fourth century of the season, hitting four on the fifth ball of 114 over. He was sent off for 134 runs in 243 balls with 12 fours and two sixes as Mumbai’s first half ended at 374.
Sarfaraz Khan appeared very emotional after scoring goals for a century. He signed the popular Sidhu Muse Wala “Thai Five” and paid tribute to him in a special way. The video of the celebration has gone viral.
Sarfaraz Khan has maintained the great form he showed last season, this season too. So far this season he has scored 922 runs in eight innings for an incredible average of 153.66. Earlier in Ranji’s 2019-20 season, he had scored 928 runs in six games with an average of 154.66. The biggest feature of Sarfaraz is the ability to play long innings, this season also most of the century has been turned into a big score.