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Ranji Trophy: Following the breakdown of the top order, Karan helps Chandigarh rebound


<p>On the first day of the last Ranji Trophy match between host Karnataka and Chandigarh, the UT lads rallied from an early deficit thanks to a timely half-century by Karan Kaila. Chandigarh scored 219 runs at the expense of six wickets on Friday in Hubli.</p>
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<p>The host team had earlier won the toss and asked the guests to bat first. With 37/3 on the scoreboard, UT’s top order of Shivam Bhambri (0), Arsalan Khan (8), and skipper Manan Vohra (21) failed to produce. A crucial 71-run partnership between Karan and Kunal Mahajan helped push the total to 108. In the 45th over, Hardik Raj bowled out Kunal (34).</p>
<p>Another crucial 46-run stand for the fifth wicket, this time with Ankit Kaushik, was made possible by Karan. When the scoreboard read 154/5, Kaushik (25), who was facing the same bowler, Hardik, gave up and left the wicket.</p>
<p>Later, with the team score reaching 200, Vyashak trapped Karan LBW. Nine boundaries and 207 deliveries later, the batsman had scored 79 runs.</p>
<p>Before the stumps were drawn, Chandigarh scored 219 runs at the cost of six wickets, with hitters Mayank Sidhu (31) and Gurinder Singh (10), both undefeated.</p>


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