Pointless day, selection row for Delhi
Karnataka walks away with two points in their fourth match against the hosts at the end of a lacklustre final day?s play, reports CS Luthra.india Updated: Dec 20, 2006 23:49 IST
Karnataka walked away with two points in their fourth Ranji Trophy match against the hosts Delhi after the end of a lacklustre final day’s play at the Ferozeshah Kotla on Wednesday.
Karnataka resumed their second innings at their overnight score of 32 for one, insufficient light delaying the start of play by 55 minutes in the morning.
Though there were still 70 overs bowled through the day, it was a dull fare the players dished — there was little interest left in the match after Delhi managed to save the follow-on on Tuesday. Karnataka batsmen made the most of the second opportunity to bat and ended at 242 for six.
The only spark on field was provided by Delhi leggie Chetnya Nanda, who picked up a tiff with umpire PS Godbole, and was later fined 20 per cent of his match fee by the match referee D Vasu.