Mumbai's opener Prithvi Shaw stole the show once again during the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy. After the youngster caught everyone's attention with a brilliant 227-run knock against Pondicherry, the stand-in skipper played a captain's knock during their quarter-final clash against Saurashtra.
Skipper Shaw leads from the front
Chasing a target of 285, Shaw played an unbeaten knock of 185 off 123 deliveries to guide Mumbai to the semi-finals of the tournament. The 21-year-old smashed 21 fours and 7 sixes as Mumbai chased down the target in 41.5 overs, with 9 wickets remaining.
Notably, this was also the highest individual score by an Indian cricketer in List A matches while chasing. With his knock on Tuesday, Shaw surpassed MS Dhoni's 183* against Sri Lanka (2005) and Virat Kohli's 183 against Pakistan (2012).
Here is how Twitter reacted to Shaw's heroics
Mumbai will take on Karnataka in the Vijay Hazare Trophy Semi-Final on March 11th.