Delhi Batsman Becomes The First To Hit A Triple Century In A T20 Format

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How often have you come across news about batsmen scoring 300+ runs in cricket? The possibility of it decreases as we move up in the order to shorter formats. Scoring 300+ runs in a test match is itself a big task. Scoring a 300+ runs by a whole team is in itself such a big thing. But today, we have a batsman among ourselves who made it look so easy.

With an aggressive approach of 14 boundaries and 39 sixes thus scoring 300 runs in mere 72 balls, Mohit Ahlawat scripts history in the world of cricket. He is a 21 years old cricketer who accomplished this feat in a local T20 tournament Delhi’s Lalita Park while playing for Maavi XI against Friend’s XI. Have a look at the scoresheet ! !

At the end of 18th over, he was on 250 and in the next 2 over, he went on a rampage and hit 34 runs in the last over by hitting 5 consecutive sixes followed by a double. His amazing performance along with his partner in the non striker end helped the team to make a mammoth score of 416 in 20 overs.

Mohit first made his 1st class cricket debut from Delhi Team in a match against Rajasthan in 2015. He is a wicket keeper batsman and till now has a total score of just 5 runs in Ranji Trophy records.

The most memorable T20 score in cricket is the one scored by Chris Gayle in the match against Pune where he hammered 175 runs in just mere 66 balls. Talking about International circuit, the record is held by Aaron Finch where he scored a brilliant knock of 156 against England in 2013.

So what do you think about Mohit’s knock of 300? Please share you views and opinions in the comment section below ! !