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Coming off a hand injury, Salvi was used in three spells by captain Nilesh Kulkarni. He provided the first breakthrough, taking a catch off his own bowling of left hander Connor Williams and removed Ajit Bhoite in the last over of the day.
Former India stumper, Nayan Mongia, promoted in the batting order, showed stubborn resistance for four hours, hit ten fours before being dismissed for 74. He was involved in two partnerships with Tushar Arothe (58 for the fourth wicket) and Himanshu Jadhav (68 for the fifth wicket).
Brief scores: Baroda 213 in 87.1 overs (N. Mongia 74, A. Salvi 5 for 42, Ramesh Powar 3 for 63) v Mumbai
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