sarfaraz khan reacts on musheer khan record ranji final

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Mumbai batter Musheer Khan on Tuesday, March 12, etched history after he broke legend and former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar’s 29-year-old record. Khan, who is only 19 years of age, became the youngest Mumbai player to score a century in Ranji Trophy final, breaking the long-standing record held by Sachin Tendulkar. 

Playing only his fifth First-Class match, Musheer Khan’s 136 off 326 balls helped Mumbai put a score of 418 in their second inning and putting 538-run target for Vidarbha to chase. However, this was his second century, he got into the eyes of everyone with his brother Sarfaraz Khan also reacting to it.   Check the top betting trends on the  best betting apps in India  and sites.

The 26-year-old Sarfaraz Khan, who recently made his India debut in Rajkot against England, took to Instagram to share stories of his brother’s achievement. In a heartwarming reaction, Sarfaraz first re-shared Suryakumar Yadav’s Instagram story, in which the No. 1 T20I batter praised Musheer and wrote, “Hard work Emotions (Tiger) bhooka hai”. 

In another story, the 26-year-old captioned the picture with emojis to express his elation and happiness with a song ‘Munna Bada Pyara’ by Kishore Kumar. 

sarfaraz khan insta story

Sachin Tendulkar reacts after Mumbai’s dominant performance in second innings in Ranji Final

The former India cricketer and God of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar, who was in attendance at the time when Musheer Khan reached his century, heaped praise of the batter’s crucial knock. 

“Mumbai displayed a lot more discipline, patience and commitment in the second innings. First, a crucial partnership between @ajinkyarahane88 and Musheer Khan put Mumbai in a solid position. Then Musheer Khan’s stand with @ShreyasIyer15 has taken the game further away from Vidarbha,” the legend captioned a post on X.