Indian youngster Mohit Ahlawat has completed the first triple century ever scored at any level of T20 cricket.
He notched an unbeaten 300 from just 72 balls in the Friends Premier League, a local Delhi competition.
The 21-year-old smashed 39 sixes and 14 fours in his innings to help his side secure an astonishing score of 2-416.
Ahlawat made 34 runs in the final over of the innings which included five consecutive sixes.
"The attack was good but after seeing off the new ball, I decided to just bat aggressively and was really timing the ball well," Ahlawat told ABP Live.
"I saw the scoreboard, and I was nearing my 200 with five overs to go, so I decided to go for the kill.
"I reached 250 with just two overs to go, I told my partner, let me try if I can make 300, and I got 30 off the last over."
Ahlawat confirmed he has put his name down in the Indian Premier League auction to be held in two weeks.
"Yes, I have put my name in IPL auction but I am not sure if this knock will help make people notice me," he said. "I am eager to prove my worth."
The highest individual score in a professional T20 is Chris Gayle's 175 in the IPL.
The record team total is 263.