A Karnataka’s Batsman Hits 29-ball Century Broke Chris Gayle Record


The Karnataka’s cricketer Pallu Prolu Ravindra smashed a brilliant century in just 29-balls. In the professional cricket, Chris Gayle has the record of fastest century. Gayle hit the century in just 30 balls in a game of Indian Premier League for playing the team Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Prolu Ravindra is playing for the City Gymkhana. He scored 144 in just 58 balls against Jaidur Club with the help of 13 sixes and 4 fours. His team scored 403 runs in the 50 over quota and won the match by a huge margin of 174 runs.

He also revealed that the Indian destructive opener Virender Sehwag is his favorite batsman and he is always like to play like him. He said,”Virender Sehwag is my role model. I have been studying in class 10 after playing in cricket and I am aiming for a home in the IPL as well as helping parents.”

The assistant secretary of his team Dilip Narayan said,”After joining Bangalore, Coach BA Rajir trained Ravindra, who joined Karnataka Youth Cricket Academy. When playing in the corporate cricket tournament, he is now playing explosive innings for our team, combining an offensive game. In a recent tournament in Andhra Pradesh, Ravindra scored 130 runs from 63 balls, 105 runs from 45 balls and 55 runs in 18 balls.”


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