Ranji Trophy 2023-24: Prithvi Shaw completes his 4,000 first-class runs

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Ranji Trophy 2023-24: Prithvi Shaw completes his 4,000 first-class runs

Mumbai cricket team's opening batsman Prithvi Shaw has completed 4,000 runs in first-class cricket. He achieved this milestone against Chhattisgarh in the currently being played Ranji Trophy. In the sixth round match, Shaw scored a century (159) in the first innings. ) and completed his 4,000 runs during his second innings (45).

During his first innings, Shaw completed his century in just 102 balls. He was out after scoring 159 runs in 185 balls, which included 18 fours and 3 sixes. Along with Bhupen Lalwani (102), he also made an important partnership of 244 runs for the first wicket. In his second innings, Shaw scored 45 runs in 58 balls. Scored runs. He hit 6 fours in this innings.

Shaw made his first-class debut against the Tamil Nadu cricket team in the semi-finals of the Ranji Trophy 2016–17. The right-handed player had scored a century (120) in the second innings of the match itself. So far, he has scored 4,041 runs in 46 first-class matches with an average of more than 50. During this, he has also scored 13 centuries and 16 half-centuries. Have installed it.

Shaw had created history last year by registering the second highest individual score in Ranji Trophy history. This dashing batsman had scored 379 runs in 383 balls with the help of 49 fours and 4 sixes against Assam. Let us tell you that in December 1948, against Maharashtra, Bhausaheb Nimbalkar scored an unbeaten 443 against Kathiawar, a higher individual score than Shaw. Overall, Shaw recorded the 17th highest first-class score.

Shaw made his international debut in 2018 in a Test against the West Indies cricket team at home. He scored 134 runs in his first innings. This young player has scored 339 test runs in 5 matches at an average of 42.37. He last played a Test against the Australia cricket team in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2020-21. Meanwhile, apart from one T20 International, Shaw has also played 6 ODI matches.

Mumbai scored 351 runs in its first innings against Chhattisgarh with the help of centuries from Lalwani and Shaw. In reply, Chhattisgarh scored 350 runs after losing all the wickets in its first innings. Mumbai scored 125/1 after 38 overs in its second innings. The score has been made. The play of the first session of the fourth and last day is currently going on and the match is moving towards a draw.

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