Having earned six points from this game, Karnataka have now moved to 32 points from seven matches, and are placed at the top of the table.
Karnataka still have one game left in the league stage. They will face a formidable Delhi in their last league match away from home.
Mumbai, with 23 points from seven matches, are at number three position in the table, while Gujarat are at second spot, three points ahead of the defending champions.
Mumbai will have a tough task at hands in their last league encounter when they will take on Gujarat. There is a danger of Punjab shattering Mumbai's dreams of qualifying for the knockout stage because they have as many points as Mumbai and will be taking on an out-of-contention Jharkhand in their final league match.
Karnataka scored 251 in their first innings and in reply Mumbai were all out for 269, taking a vital 18-run lead.
In their second innings, Karnataka made a disastrous start losing two wickets for 32, but Ravikumar Samarth's half century and Manish Pandey's match-winning 119 helped the hosts score 299, hence setting Mumbai a target of 282 runs.
Mumbai were bundled out for a meagre 121 in their second stint to give Karnataka an historic occasion to celebrate.
Never in Ranji history did Karnataka score an outright win over Mumbai.
Karnataka's bowling was led by pacers Vinay Kumar and Sharath, both of whom scalped three wickets each. They well very well supported by India discard Abhimanyu Mithun (2/28) and leg-spinner Shreyas Gopal (2/13).


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