Mumbai, Jan. 10 -- Mumbai ended their Ranji Trophy campaign with their first outright victory when they beat lowly Chhattisgarh by nine wickets at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday.

Needing just 14 runs to win on Day Three chasing a target of 91, Mumbai wrapped up the proceedings in just 2.4 overs.

But the win may not be enough to heal the wounds of their failure to make it to the knockouts. It was 41-time Ranji champions' most dismal season in recent times.

Skipper Dhawal Kulkarni, who took over the captaincy responsibilities in place of the injured Siddhesh Lad, agreed that it was an up and down campaign for Mumbai.

"The things that didn't go well were the partnerships. We need to have more partnerships in the middle. We were also not...