Cricbuzz Prithvi Shaw was sent off for 379 vs Assam, the second highest score in the Ranji Trophy

Prithvi Shaw scored the second highest single point total in the Ranji Trophy on Wednesday with 379 against Assam in Mumbai.

Shaw was nearing 400 after being tripped by Riyan Palag earlier.

B.B. Nimbalkar holds the record for the highest score in Indian first class competition. He was the first to score 400 in Maharashtra’s innings in 1948–49 against Kathiawar in his season.

Shaw scored 49 fours and four his sixes during his 383-ball stay at the Kink. He also had a 401-run partnership with captain Ajinkya Rahane at the third wicket.

Early in the innings, Shaw became the eighth batsman from Mumbai to score 300 points. In the 1990/91 season, he beat the previous best batting average from Mumbai – his 377 by Sanjay Manilekar.

Shaw also stated that Ranji he scored 300 in the trophy, Vijay he scored 200 in the trophy, Said he scored Mushtaq he scored 100 in the trophy He was the first player to score There is also.

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