New Delhi / Nagpur. According to a news received in the sports field, 13-year-old Maharashtra batsman Yash Chavde has created a grand history. Actually Yash has played an unbeaten and brilliant inning of 508 runs in the Mumbai Indians Junior School Tournament. In this match of 40-40 overs played on last Friday in Maharashtra’s sub-capital Nagpur, Yash’s team Saraswati Vidyalaya scored a mountain-like 714 runs without losing a wicket.
on 9 runs Opposing team all out
In response to this, the rival Siddheshwar Vidyalaya team got all out for just 9 runs in 5 overs due to battered spirits. In this way Saraswati Vidyalaya won the match with a huge score of 705 runs.
in haste 81 fours And 18 sixes
Let us inform that batsman Yash faced 178 balls in his innings and scored 81 fours and 18 sixes in a spectacular manner. Due to this brilliant batting, Yash has become the first Indian batsman from the first country to score 500 runs or more in any inter school limited overs cricket match. Thus Yash has become the first Indian batsman to score 500+ runs in limited overs cricket.
Be aware that the world record for playing the biggest innings in this category is in the name of Sri Lanka’s Chirath Celeperuma. Chirath played a similar mammoth inning of 553 runs in an Under-15 match in Sri Lanka in 2022.