This Mumbai Boy Pranav Dhanawade Created a World Record by Crossing 1000 runs in his innings!

Pranav Dhanawade has now become the first player in any form of cricket to score 1,000 runs.

Earlier in the day, Pranav Dhanawade the fifteen-year old had broken the record for the highest individual score, beating English cricketer AEJ Collins’ 628, which came in 1899.

On Monday, Pranav Dhanawade, the 15-year-old son of an auto-rickshaw driver broke a world record from 1899, scoring a massive unbeaten 652 off just 199 balls(hit 78 fours and 30 sixes) breaking the world record for the highest individual score, beating Englishman AEJ Collins, who scored 628 back in 1899. He also broke the record for the highest individual score in any kind of cricket played in India, surpassing the 546 scored by Rizvi Springfield High School student Prithvi Shaw in Mumbai in 2014.

Pranav Dhanawade has now become the first player in any form of cricket to score 1,000 runs. He is currently batting on 1,002 not out in an inter-school match in the HT Bhandari Cup in Mumbai. His team’s total has crossed 1,400 and the match is still in progress.

Dhanawade is playing for Smt. KC Gandhi School in Kalyan.

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