- 546 the fourth highest score in all organised cricket in the world
- Prithvi aggregated 804 runs in nine Cooch-Behar Trophy matches in 2015-16
- In 2016-17, he amassed 329 runs, including two centuries, in four Cooch-Behar Trophy matches
Yet another (potential) master willow-wielder heaves in sight. Prithvi Shaw, India’s new batting sensation, turned 18 on November 9. He has already shattered records and set milestones, from school tournaments to Ranji Trophy and Duleep Trophy. After massive scores in local inter-school tournaments, he is now consolidating his position as an opening batsman for Mumbai in the ongoing Ranji Trophy. Take a look at his record so far. In five matches, since making his first-class debut with a century in Ranji in January this year, Prithvi has hammered four centuries and one half-ton, till the end of Mumbai-Orissa match on November 4. He...