Video: Yusuf Pathan shows dissent to the umpire, Rahane interferes

During a first round of the ongoing 86th season of the Ranji Trophy game between Baroda and Mumbai in Vadodara, experienced Baroda all-rounder Yusuf Pathan refused to make his way back to pavilion after umpire raised his finger. Yusuf Pathan was not at all happy with the decision and hence he showed dissent to the umpire.

Video: Yusuf Pathan shows dissent to the umpire, Rahane interferes
Yusuf Pathan shows dissent to the umpire, Rahane interferes

The drama unfolded when Pathan seemed to have edged delivery from Mumbai spinner Shashank Attarde to short-leg. With all the Mumbai fielders appealing confidently in unison, the umpire had no doubts in mind and instantly ruled Yusuf Pathan out.

On the contrary, Yusuf Pathan, who thought of the decision otherwise, continued to remain at the crease. However, the opposition players celebrated the wicket and as Yusuf Pathan showed no sign to leave the ground, the on-field umpires started to discuss among themselves.

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Amidst this drama, Mumbai batsman Ajinkya Rahane had to walk towards Pathan. The duo was seen talking about the dismissal in a contradictory manner. After Mumbai wicket-keeper batsman Aditya Tare got involved in between Pathan and Rahane, Pathan eventually decided to walk back to the pavilion.

Here’s the video:

Coming in to play at No. 7 in the 44th over, Pathan ended up scoring just 14 (11) on the back of three fours as Attarde took his first wicket. The latter also dismissed Baroda all-rounder Deepak Hooda for 61 in the 50th over.

Chasing a 534, Baroda were bowled out for 224 in 52.4 overs as Mumbai won by 309 runs. With sensational bowling figures of 16.4-1-72-4, Mumbai spinner Shams Mulani was the best bowler on the final day.

Mumbai opening batsman Prithvi Shaw stole the spotlight as he scored a stellar maiden double century in the second innings. He opened the batting with Jay Bista (68) and ended up scoring 202 (179) on the back of 19 fours and seven sixes.

It is also worth mentioning here that Mumbai captain Suryakumar Yadav continued his golden form across format scoring 102* (70) with the help of 12 fours and five sixes as Mumbai were able to score a superb match-winning 409/4 dec. in 66.2 overs on Day 3.

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