Prithvi Shaw on Saturday had become the household name and a new inspiration for many cricket aspirants. As he became the toast of the nation for leading India to a fourth U19 World Cup title, Shaw's coach Santosh Pingulkar took a ride down memory lane when he had spotted a talented three-year-old Shaw. Shaw who is already been dubbed as the next Sachin Tendulkar, shot to prominence as a 14-year old when he scored 546 off 330 balls, an innings that contained 85 fours and five sixes, for his school Rizvi Springfield in the Harris Shield, a minors' cricket competition in Mumbai in 2013. Shaw's innings was then the highest score in school cricket. So let us walk down memory lane and see Shaw's journey from Virar to New Zealand.