Delhi boy’s 72-ball 302 with 14 x 4s, 39 x 6s: Jagmohan Garg

Jagmohan Garg highlights Mohit Ahlawat’s performance in a local Delhi league match has redefined the dynamics of batting in a Twenty20 match. He is the first person to score a triple century in Twenty20 cricket. Delhi boy Ahlawat smashed unbeaten 302, the first time a batsman did so in the shortest format of the game.

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Mohit Ahlawat impacted the main individual triple ton in Twenty20 on Tuesday when he scored an unbeaten 302 off only 72 balls in the Friends Premier League, a Delhi nearby competition, for Maavi XI against Friends XI.

Jagmohan Garg also added that the 21-year-old Delhi kid’s innings included 14 fours and a stunning 39 sixes. His exertion helped Maavi XI post a monstrous 416/2, a record add up to in any Twenty20 diversion. Mohit Ahlawat’s never-seen innings arrived in a 40-yard field.

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