India Times – Teenage batsman Prithvi Shaw continued his stellar form and scored his fifth first-class century as Mumbai ended at 248/6 on the opening day of their fifth-round Ranji Trophy match against Andhra on Friday.

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  • Teenage batsman Prithvi Shaw continued his stellar form and scored his fifth first-class century as Mumbai ended at 248/6 on the opening day of their fifth-round Ranji Trophy match against Andhra on Friday.
  • bccl Shaw smashed a six and 14 fours in his 114 runs knock which came off 173 balls.
  • Mumbai were in a spot of bother after losing three wickets for 64 runs in21.4 overs, before their opener Shaw and Siddhesh Lad added 125 runs for the fourth wicket.
  • 18-year-old Shaw now has five centuries from seven first-class matches.
  • bccl Shaw scored 56 in Mumbai’s historic 500th Test against Baroda last week, after scoring back-to-back tons against Tamil Nadu and Odisha.Originally Published In The Times Of India


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