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Sarfaraz Khan Re-Shares “Sher Bhookha Hai” Post One Day After Brother Musheer Breaks Sachin Tendulkar’s Record


In the final of the Ranji Trophy, Musheer Khan broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record. Rasfaraz Khan’s brother is Musheer.

The Ranji Trophy final saw Musheer Khan, the younger son of the household, break Sachin Tendulkar’s record, making it an emotional day for Naushad Khan and his family. Sarfaraz Khan’s brother, Musheer, made an impression on his Test debut not too long ago. Musheer is playing in the Ranji Trophy final versus Vidarbha, and he’s showing signs of being a future star. With 10 boundaries in his 136-run knock off 326 deliveries, he gave Mumbai a commanding advantage of more than 500 runs.

As a result, in the Ranji Trophy final, Musheer Khan became the youngest batter from Mumbai to surpass 100 runs. The 19-year-old Musheer raised his finely sliced ton in 255 balls in front of Sachin Tendulkar, the former record holder, who was in attendance.

Although Tendulkar was slightly under 22 when he scored two hundreds in the 1994–1995 season finale against Punjab, Musheer, the brother of Indian batter Sarfaraz Khan, is currently 19 years and 14 days old.

Sarfaraz Khan took to Instagram stories the day after the achievement to commend his brother’s effort.

Before all-rounder Shardul Thakur struck a masterful counterattacking century to give Mumbai a 232-run advantage in the semifinal match against Tamil Nadu, Musheer contributed greatly with the bat, striking a vital 55 in 131 balls with six fours. The game was won by Mumbai by an innings and seventy runs.

Musheer hit his first-class century and double ton during the quarterfinal match against Baroda. He did this by blasting 203 in 357 balls, including 18 fours in the first innings. In the second innings, he hit five fours on route to a rapid 33 off just 25 balls. The game concluded in a tie, and Mumbai prevailed based on their lead in the first innings.

Musheer has amassed 433 runs at an average of 108.25 in three games thus far, including two hundreds and a half-century. 203* is his greatest score.

Musheer participated in seven games in the U19 World Cup, amassing 360 runs with a strike average of over 98 and an average of 60. He finished the competition as the second-highest run scorer with two hundreds and a fifty. His highest rating was 131.

He has also participated in 14 Youth ODIs, where he has amassed 554 runs at a 61.55 average, including two hundreds and two fifties. Musheer is a valuable all-round spin bowler with 13 wickets.

Sarfaraz Khan, his older brother, just made his eagerly awaited debut for his country, India, in the third Test match against England in Rajkot. In his first game, he amassed two half centuries. At the end of the series, he had scored 200 runs in five innings at a 50.00 average, including three half-centuries.



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