Munich:Shiv Kapur zoomed to the tied 11th spot with a six-under 66 but it was heartbreak for Jyoti Randhawa, who missed the cut by just one stroke despite an improved 69 in the second round of the BMW International Open golf tournament.
Kapur, who was languishing at the tied 63rd spot overnight, reeled off seven birdies against a lone bogey to total seven-under 137.
Randhawa, meanwhile, totalled two-under 142 but couldn't make the cut which came at three-under.
The other Indian in fray, SSP Chowrasia, turned in a modest two-under 70 to make the cut with a total of five-under. Chowrasia was tied 27th.
Kapur played out a flawless front-nine stroking birdies on the first and sixth to make the turn two-under.
The Delhi-pro's back-nine started with a bogey but he soon made amends with a hat-trick of birdies from 11th to 13th before gaining two more shots to end the day on a high.
At the top, South African Retief Goosen led the pack after a four-under 68 left his total at 12-under.
Dane Soren Kjeldsen (65) was a stroke adrift of Goosen at the sole second spot.