Young cricketer Prakhar Chaturvedi from Karnataka did something amazing in the Cooch Behar Trophy final against Mumbai. He scored an impressive 404 runs in the first innings of the match, which is a record in India’s annual U-19 four-day competition. Prakhar hit the ball well, making 46 fours and three sixes, and Karnataka declared their innings at 890/8 at the KSCA Navule Stadium.
Karnataka had a big lead of 510 runs after the first innings, and the match ended in a draw on the fourth day. Since Karnataka had a higher score in the first innings, they were declared the champions.
In the match, Mumbai batted first in Shivamogga, and Ayush Mhatre played well, scoring 145 runs for his team. But Karnataka’s Hardik Raj bowled impressively, taking four wickets for 80 runs. Samit Dravid and Samarth N, who are part of Karnataka’s team, also took two wickets each.
Despite other good performances, Prakhar’s outstanding innings of 404 runs made a huge impact, and Karnataka dominated the final. He became the first player to score more than 400 runs in the tournament’s final. Another player, Harshil Dharmani, scored 169 runs for Karnataka, but Prakhar’s incredible innings overshadowed everyone else’s efforts.