Dream Chasers Cup: What’s this, Sammy? Batting? 30 sixes, 28 fours off 125 balls. Indian Batsman Mohak Kumar smashed 331 runs in 125 balls smashed 30 sixes in Under 14 Dream Chasers Cup

The Delhi Capitals Academy batsmen gave birth to rival bowlers in the Under-14 tournament. He said goodbye with a triple century.

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Starting to get into the crease .. He rained sixes and fours on the field.  He hit 30 sixes and 28 fours in the match and made his opponents sweat.

Starting to get into the crease .. He rained sixes and fours on the field. He hit 30 sixes and 28 fours in the match and made his opponents sweat.

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The 13-year-old batsman scored 331 off just 125 balls in the Under-14 tournament in Delhi.  The strike rate was higher than 264.

The 13-year-old batsman scored 331 off just 125 balls in the Under-14 tournament in Delhi. The strike rate was higher than 264.

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Mohak Kumar, a 13-year-old from Delhi, scored a triple century in the Under-14 Dream Chaser Cup.  He showed the bowlers the dots they could get.  Left-handed batsman Mohak scored 180 with just sixes and 112 with fours.  He scored a total of 331 runs and set a sensational record.

Mohak Kumar, a 13-year-old from Delhi, scored a triple century in the Under-14 Dream Chaser Cup. He showed the bowlers the dots they could get. Left-handed batsman Mohak scored 180 with just sixes and 112 with fours. He scored a total of 331 runs and set a sensational record.

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  Delhi Capitals revealed on its official social media account about this devastating batting.  Mohawk Kumar shared on social media about the devastating innings.  Also shared a video of his batting.

Delhi Capitals revealed on its official social media account about this devastating batting. Mohawk Kumar shared on social media about the devastating innings. Also shared a video of his batting.

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Now, in the year 2016, Maharashtra cricketer Pranav Dhanwade surprised everyone with his batting in school cricket.  He scored 1,009 runs in one match and became the only batsman in the world to score 1000 runs in one match.  His predecessor was England's EJ Collins, who scored 628 in 1899.

Now, in the year 2016, Maharashtra cricketer Pranav Dhanwade surprised everyone with his batting in school cricket. He scored 1,009 runs in one match and became the only batsman in the world to score 1000 runs in one match. His predecessor was England’s EJ Collins, who scored 628 in 1899.

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