Karnataka captain Vinay Kumar ripped apart the famed Mumbai batting lineup and picked up his second hat-trick in the Ranji Trophy tournament on Thursday.The ongoing quarter-final between Mumbai and Karnataka at Nagpur saw the right-arm seamer dismiss Prithvi Shaw, Jay Bista and Akash Parkar off consecutive deliveries as the former champions were reduced to 7 for 3 in third over.Kumar got Shaw out first with the final ball of his first over and then sent back Bista and Parkar with the first two balls of his second over.What a champion @Vinay_Kumar_R A guy with lots of passion.. believer, hardworking.. congratulations on your 100th game and on ur hattrick as well today .. well done brother ?????? https://t.co/MIpFhlnyaf- Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) December 7, 2017This is Kumar’s second hat-trick in Ranji Trophy with his first coming way back in the 2007-08 season against Maharashtra at Ratnagiri. He is only the fourth bowler to take multiple hat-tricks in Ranji history and second for Karnataka after Anil Kumble.This is only the third time a hat-trick has been taken against Mumbai with Kumar being only the sixth bowler to get three wickets off successive balls in the knockouts. He is the first captain to achieve the feat. It was the 10th time a Karnataka bowler has taken a hat-trick in the tournament.Earlier, Mumbai had drubbed Tripura at the Wankhede Stadium in what was a must-win game for the 41-times Ranji Trophy champions to gather some timely momentum after a sluggish earlier phase.advertisementMumbai, who ended second in Group C, are missing the services of injured pacer Shardul Thakur, apart from Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer who are on national duty. Shubam Ranjane has been added to the squad after missing the earlier part due to injury.Karnataka, on the other hand, had topped Group A, winning four of the six matches. Apart from Agarwal, Karnataka also boasts of performing batsmen like opener R Samarth and Nair, who all need to score big. Karnataka will also miss key batsman Manish Pandey, included in India’s ODI squad against Sri Lanka.