Karnataka defeated Mumbai by 5 wickets of their Ranji Trophy conflict. © AFP
In a weird incident on the third day of the Ranji Trophy contest between Mumbai and Karnataka on the Bandra Kurla Complicated (BKC) in Mumbai play was halted a number of occasions after snakes entered the bottom. In response to a tweet from a ‘The Hindu’ reporter, a snake-catcher was referred to as to the bottom after the incident on Sunday. “The spotlight of the day at BKC: The snake-catcher shows his ‘second catch of the day’. It is a non-venomous rat snake, btw,” the reporter tweeted with a picture of the snake-catcher holding the snakes in his fingers.
The spotlight of the day at BKC: The snake-catcher shows his “second catch of the day”. It is a non-venomous rat snake, btw #RanjiTrophy #MUMvKAR pic.twitter.com/3egfNgc34w
— Amol Karhadkar (@karhacter) January 5, 2020
Later within the day, Karnataka defeated Mumbai by 5 wickets inside two-and-a-half days. This was Mumbai’s second consecutive loss at residence after their defeat towards the Railways whereas it was Karnataka’s second win from 4 video games. They’re but to be overwhelmed within the ongoing 2019-20 season.
Earlier, an analogous incident had occurred this season throughout a match between Andhra and Vidarbha in Vijayawada when a snake had entered the bottom on December eight. Later, the bottom employees had been pressed into the rescue act as the beginning of the match was delayed.
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