Mumbai school cricketer Pranav Dhanawade was the first player to score 1000 runs in a single innings.
Pranav Dhanawade becomes first man in cricket to score 1000 runs in an innings
Batting for Smt KC Gandhi School, Kalyan, the opening batsman continued the day from his overnight score of 652 runs and crossed the 1000-mark after Lunch.
His school declared the innings at 1465/3 with Parnav unbeaten at 1009 which he scored of 323 balls and at a strike-rate of 312.38. He played for a sum of 395 minutes.
He accomplished this deed against Arya Gurukul School in the HT Bhandari Cup between school competition organized by the Mumbai Cricket Association. Pranav’s innings included an aggregate of 59 innings and 129 fours. Every one of the figures are a world record in aggressive cricket.
After his Pranav’s keeps running on Monday, Maharashtra government declared that it will coaching and education expenses costs of the Mumbai U-16 cricketer.
The 15-year-old’s father Prashant is an auto driver and says his dream will come true if his son plays for the Mumbai Under-16 team.
He bettered the best-ever singular score made on a single day when he went past Prithvi Shaw’s 546, made in 2014 in the Harris Shield tournament. Two other cricketers with promise have also scored enormous big runs in Mumbai maidan cricket. Sarfaraz Khan and Arman Jaffer – both part of India’s present Under-19 squad, made 439 in 2009 and 498 in 2010.