An Indian young person has scored 1,000 keeps running in a solitary innings to set another world record in school cricket.
Fifteen-year-old Pranav Dhanawade broke the past record of 628 set by Arthur Collins in 1899 on Monday.
In any case, he proceeded with his innings in the HT Bhandari Cup between school competition and came to the 1,000-run mark.
He crushed 59 sixes and 127 fours before his KC Gandhi School announced the innings at 1,465 against Arya Gurukul School on Tuesday.
Mumbai school cricket is very aggressive and has created cricketers like fanciful batsman Sachin Tendulkar and current Indian opener Rohit Sharma.
“When I began I never considered breaking the record. The center was never that. I simply played my common amusement, which is to assault from the word go,” Dhanawade told the Hindustan Times.
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