WATCH: 13-year-old cricketer Mohak Kumar scores 331 runs off 125 balls; Delhi Capitals share footage of the sensational knock

The young left-handed batsman batted at a phenomenal strike-rate of 264.80, which included 28 fours and 30 sixes. 

Rohan Gulaty Author

Updated - 23 November 2021 6:34 pm

Highlights
  • Mohak Kumar produced a sensational knock while batting during one of the matches of the U-14 Dream Chasers Cup.
  • His innings included 28 fours and 30 sixes.

The grassroot development system of cricket in India is undoubtedly one of the best across the globe. There are various academies in the country with various high-profile coaches, who are helping provide the budding cricketers a platform to showcase their potential. Mumbai and Delhi are the hubs where various tournaments keep on taking place and this is when some kids get the required limelight by their heroics on the field.

From Sachin Tendulkar to Prithvi Shaw, many Indian cricketers have benefitted from these tournaments right from an early age which has helped them rise through the ranks. And now, one more name can be added to the list of an illustrious group of players who caught everyone's attention with some breathtaking batting.

A new star in the making?

One of the youngsters of Delhi Capitals' Bal Bhavan Academy probably played an innings of a lifetime. The 13-year-old batsman named Mohak Kumar produced a sensational knock while batting during one of the matches of the U-14 Dream Chasers Cup.

The stylish left-handed batsman played some glorious shots all around the park and went on to score 331 runs off only 125 deliveries. He batted at a phenomenal strike rate of 264.80, which included 28 fours and 30 sixes. After reaching the milestone, Mohak celebrated by taking off his helmet and looking at heaven which just reflected how much the knock meant to the young cricketer.

Watch the video here:

Fans would now be hoping that the young Mohak Kumar can continue his stellar performances on the field and keep climbing up the steps to play for Delhi Capitals and hopefully India in future.