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.


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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