Prakhar Chaturvedi Sets New Record for Highest Score in Cooch Behar Trophy Final, Surpassing Yuvraj Singh

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In the final of the Cooch Behar Trophy, Prakhar Chaturvedi made history by scoring the first quadruple century, breaking Yuvraj Singh’s previous record for the highest individual score in a Cooch Behar Trophy final match. Chaturvedi’s 404 not out helped Karnataka reach 890 for 8 in response to Mumbai’s 380, securing a win based on the first-innings lead. Chaturvedi opened with Karthik SU, with whom he put on a century stand, and then added a partnership of 290 with Harshil Dharmani. The match was called off once Chaturvedi reached his milestone, finishing with 404 not out off 638 balls. Yuvraj Singh’s previous record was 358 in a Cooch Behar Trophy final match, while the overall highest individual score in the tournament remains Vijay Zol’s 451 not out.

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