ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-01-11
Mumbai opener Prithvi Shaw has made the second-highest Ranji Trophy score of all time. The right-handed batter smashed multiple records as he scored an incredible 379 against Assam in the Ranji Trophy. Shaw scored a brilliant 379 off just 383 deliveries in Guwahati, hitting 49 fours and four sixes.
With this, Shaw registered the second-highest individual score in the history of Ranji Trophy. Bhausaheb Babasaheb Nimbalkar of Maharashtra holds the record with an unbeaten 443 in the 1948/49 season. The star batter also moved past Sanjay Manjrekar (377 vs Hyderabad), Vijay Merchant (359* vs Maharashtra) and Sunil Gavaskar (340 vs Bengal) and became the highest run-getter in a single innings from Mumbai.
In addition, Shaw also registered a unique feat with a triple century against Assam. He became the first Indian to score a triple hundred in Ranji Trophy, a double-hundred in Vijay Hazare Trophy (one-day), and a century at the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (T20). Shaw was dismissed by Riyan Parag during the first session of Day 2 of the match.
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