Pranav Dhanawade, a high school cricketer who make a history with an unbeaten thump of 1009 not out, has been offered a spot in national carrier Air India’s sporting team.
Air India’s offer Pranav Dhanawade is in accordance with the aircraft’s approach of empowering maturing ability in different fields, an authority said. “We as of now imparted our choice to Pranav’s family yesterday. We have requested that he join Air India group on a grant premise,” reported by an Air India source.
Pranav Dhanawade A auto rickshaw driver`s son, the Mumbai young person turned into the first batsman who make a historical record in world cricket ever to indent up a four-figure score in any type of cricket. Pranav peppered his striking innings, which kept going 395 minutes, with an incredible 129 fours and 59 sixes with the highest score 1009 not out.
He was playing againest K C Gandhi Higher Secondary School, he reached the gigantic score in just 323 deliveries with a jaw-dropping strike rate of 312.38 in the game against Arya Gurukul in the Bhandari Cup inter-school tournament organised by the Mumbai Cricket Association on Tuesday.
It was a world record and a historical match. His school went past Victoria’s 1107 against New South Wales cleared a path in 1926. Pranav now holds the record for the most elevated individual score in any type of cricket, bettering An E J Collins’ 628 not out for Clark’s House against North Town in 1899 in the UK.
Air India has been advancing youthful, forthcoming ability and has helped taking care of business the bearers of numerous Indian cricketers, the authority said. The authority, then again, did not share the grant sum that Air India would pay to him.
Maharashtra has officially reported that it would bear costs for further guiding and training of the youthful cricketer who left the word astonished with his career.