On Wednesday, during the Ranji Trophy match between Mumbai and Assam, Prithvi Shaw scored a triple 100 for his team. This was Shaw’s first triple century in any form of cricket, including First-Class competition. The previous high score he had achieved was 2022. The milestone was reached by Shaw, becoming him the eighth batter for Mumbai to do so.
Shaw finished the fifth round match on day two with a score of 300, bringing his total from the previous day’s overnight score of 240 to the next day’s morning session.
Shaw, who batted alongside Mumbai’s skipper Ajinkya Rahane, was a major contributor to the team’s massive first innings score, which was very close to 500.
Before the match against Assam, Shaw had a lacklustre performance in the competition, scoring only 160 runs for Mumbai throughout their previous seven innings. The 23-year-old batsman has played in 41 First-Class matches throughout his career, scoring over 3,300 runs with 12 hundred and 15 half-centuries.
Prithvi Shaw is an Indian cricket player who has played for India at the international level. He plays for Mumbai in domestic cricket and for Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League. Prithvi Pankaj Shaw is his full name. He bats with his right hand. On November 9, 1999, Prithvi was born into a Bihari family in the Indian city of Thane, Maharashtra. Gaya, Bihar, is where Prithvi Shaw grew up.
After that, he went to Rizvi College of Arts, Science, and Commerce in Mumbai and got his degree. When he was only three years old, his father put him in a cricket academy in Virar, Mumbai. In that academy, he learned how to play cricket in all kinds of ways with the help of coaches.
In 2013, he got a lot of attention when he played cricket for Rizvi Springfield High School in the Harris Shield Cricket Tournament and scored 546 runs in just 330 balls. He has also played cricket for the Mumbai Under-14, Under-16, and Under-19 teams.
In January 2017, he started playing for Mumbai against Tamil Nadu inside the Ranji Trophy tournament in Rajkot, Gujarat. This was his first game at the first-class level. Shaw made his first appearance at the Vijay Hazare Trophy in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, in the same year (2017). During the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup, he was the captain of the Indian Under-19 cricket team.
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