Yusuf Pathan led from the front yet again, smashing an unbeaten 57 off 24 balls to help Baroda breeze through to their fourth win on the trot, after beating Maharashtra by six wickets in Mumbai. Chasing 140, Baroda lost their openers by the fourth over before Rakesh Solanki and Hardik Pandya put them on track with a stand of 49. Maharashtra hit back via Shrikant Mundhe who took two wickets in as many balls but they quickly ceded the advantage to Yusuf who then took control of the chase. Solanki remained unbeaten on 40 as Baroda wrapped it up with 15 balls to spare. Earlier, Maharashtra failed to put on substantial partnerships, with Rahul Tripathi top-scoring with 32 off 34 balls. Harshad Khadiwale and Vijay Zol, who performed well with the bat on Thursday, failed to make an impact.