In what we can call as an unbelievable feat, A 15-year-old Mumbai schoolboy 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.
Praises started to pour in from all corners to this young lad and as expected even Twitter satire handles had it’s day. Here are some of the funny tweets.
The first endorsement bagged by Pranav.
Pranav Dhanawade … chalta hi jaaye. pic.twitter.com/RbGIDKazlG
— Kuptaan🇮🇳 (@Kuptaan) January 5, 2016
And the fixation for 2002 continues.
Pranav Dhanawade scored 1002*
Rajdeep: Come on Pranav you can get to 2002…..!!
— PhD in Bakchodi (@Atheist_Krishna) January 5, 2016
Exclusive clip from the match.
Still few fielders short.
We hope this revelation doesn’t take sheen off boy’s achievement.
One of the bowlers who bowled to Pranav Dhanawade has finally taken his mask off pic.twitter.com/UkRZJR3Vty
— Psycho (@i_Psycho) January 5, 2016
Waiting for Kapil Dev to criticize him after Sachin.
If Pranav Dhanawade had done justice to his talent, he could have scored 2000 runs~ Kapil Dev
— Sunil- The Cricketer (@1sInto2s) January 5, 2016
His team-mates already feeling the pressure from their parents.
Pranav Dhanawade is next "Sharma ji ka beta"
— Vijay Mallya (@pahaadii) January 5, 2016
And his parents be like..
Indian Parents will never change
"I am disappointed that he didn't reach 2000"
– Pranav Dhanawade's Dad
— Pushkar Samant (@pushkar_samant) January 5, 2016
But shouldn’t he be excelling somewhere else?
Surprised to see Pranav Dhanawade scoring 1009 runs in an innings, being an auto driver's son he should've topped IIT-JEE instead
— EngiNerd. (@mainbhiengineer) January 5, 2016