New Delhi: Wasim Jaffer’s 14-year-old nephew, Arman Jaffer turned into an overnight star when the kid scored a record 473 runs in Harris Shield tournament.

Representing the Rizvi Springfield School against IES VN Sule Guruji School in the final, 14-year-old batted for about 437 minutes and faced a total of 359 balls. During his innings at the Matunga Gymkhana ground, Arman smashed 65 fours and 16 sixes. With the innings, he became the highest run-scorer in Harris Shield history.

As Arman was inching towards the landmark, his well-wishers could not stop talking about the knock and even believed that the kid would score 500 runs. Unfortunately, the little star was held at the score of 473.

Arman with his partner Siddharth Singh added total of 631 to the team’s scoreboard but the duo failed to break the partnership record of 664 which was set by Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli.


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