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Manish Pandey puts Karnataka into semi final

Manish Pandey dominated bowlers in the Vijay Hazare Trophy and an unbeaten 99 which helped Karnataka to make victory over Mumbai in the last over in Vadodara. Karnataka lost Mayank Agarwal early but Robin Uttappa started well by scoring 43 off 45 balls. After the dismissal of Uttappa, Pandey and Binny scored together a 119-run stand for the fourth wicket. Binny scored 58 runs, with Karnataka still needing another 84 runs. Karun Nair blasted a 23-ball 32, and Pandey stayed till the end, ensuring that Karnataka won and reached the semi-finals. Earlier Mumbai made 286 for 8 in 50overs. Shreyas Iyer scored 77 and Surya Kumar Yadav scored 67 and built around a 135-run partnership.


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