1000 Not Out: Indian School Boy, 15, Breaks Batting Record

06/01/2016 8:03 AM AEDT | Updated 15/07/2016 12:51 PM AEST
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Mumbai schoolboy Pranav Dhanawade (C), 15, is carried as he celebrates smashing a 117-year-old record for the highest number of runs scored in one innings in Mumbai on January 5, 2016. A Mumbai schoolboy made history on January 5 when he became the first batsman in any class of cricket to score 1,000 runs in a single innings, with Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar leading the plaudits. Dhanawade smashed his way to 1,009 not out off 323 balls. AFP PHOTO / AFP / STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

Mumbai just witnessed an cricket innings that is unlikely to be surpassed anytime soon.

A 15-year-old Mumbai school boy scored 1,009 runs without getting out, becoming the first batsman in history to make 1,000 runs in any form of the game. Pranav Dhanawade's incredible feat came in an innings for his school side KC Gandhi, against Arya Gurukul in the under-16 HT Bhandari Cup inter-school tournament organized by the Mumbi Cricket Association. The majestic knock came off just 323 balls and featured 127 fours and 59 sixes.

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