Jammu: After looking favourites to take the fitst inning lead only 15 minutes earlier, J&K rattled on 192 runs, rewarding Karnataka 14-run lead, here on day-four of Ranji Trophy quarter-final.
Resuming on overnight score of 88/2, the hosts lost quick wickets this morning. However, in-form Abdul Samad gave them hope again.
He played some awesome shots, making crowd go wild. Lastly, he played an ugly loft, when J&K was looking on top, with 192/7, deficit 14 runs.
The last three batsmen fell way sooner than expected as Prasidh Krishna was bowling with some serious pace.