Ranji Trophy: Prithvi Shaw hits triple century against Assam in Ranji Trophy
Indian team player and opener Prithvi Shaw scored a triple century in Ranji Trophy. With this century, he played the biggest innings of his first-class cricket career. With this innings, he is still at the crease and is playing ahead. In this match, he faced 326 balls for this triple century.
According to the information, Prithvi Shaw played his first-class cricket career innings for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy match being played against Assam. Prithvi Shaw took 326 balls to reach his triple century. Although Prithvi Shah is present at the crease after scoring 312 runs in 333 balls till the news is written.
At the same time, captain Ajinkya Rahane also scored a century in this match. Rahane is also present at the crease after scoring 105 runs. The Mumbai team has scored 504 runs at the loss of two wickets till the time of writing the news. Prithvi Shaw completed his century in 107 balls, a double century in 235 balls, and third century in just 326 balls.