A 13-year-old Delhi cricketer took 40 overs cricket by storm with his batting. This young cricketer named Mohak Kumar batted for 137 minutes and faced 125 balls. During this he scored 331 runs. His destructive batting can be gauged from the fact that his strikerate stood at 264.80, while he hit 28 fours and 30 sixes during his triple century.
At that time, Delhi Capitals Bal Bhavan Cricket Academy had lost their openers by just 5 runs on the board. Mohak took the lead and started batting quickly. He scored 331 runs in 137 minutes with the help of 28 fours and 30 sixes at a strike rate of 264.80. Apart from him, wicketkeeper Shivai Malik (67) and Aryan Bhardwaj (40) were the best scorers.
Delhi Capitals Bal Bhavan Cricket Academy made a total of 576/7 in their 40 overs. In response, Medhansh of Endurance Cricket Academy Under-13 also played a brilliant innings and scored 126 runs in 53 balls. However, they did not get much support from the other end and the Endurance Cricket Academy Under-13 was reduced to 153 runs in 17.1 overs. Waman and Yatin Solanki took 5/29 and 4/45 respectively for the Delhi Capitals Bal Bhavan Cricket Academy.