Indian Cricket Team: The Indian team is currently busy preparing for the World Cup. However, before the World Cup, the Indian team will have to give equal importance to the Asia Cup to be held in UAE as much as the World Cup to be held in Australia this year. Meanwhile, the Indian selectors are reposing a lot of faith in the young players and giving them frequent opportunities.
This young player is looking for opportunities
At present, a lot of youth are being given opportunities in the Indian team. Continuing the same campaign, the selectors have once again reposed their faith in the youth and have given place to the youth in the squad of the Asia Cup. At the same time, there is also a young player who is desperate to return to the team for some time. The name of this player is Prithvi Shaw. Shaw’s performance in IPL and domestic cricket has been excellent. Despite this, he is not getting a chance in the team.
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Prithvi Shaw is a lethal batsman
If we talk about Prithvi Shaw’s batting, then Shaw’s way of playing is very aggressive. There is no other young player at the moment who can bat as deadly as Shaw. Many people believe that his style of play is similar to that of former Indian opener Virender Sehwag. If given a chance in the team, then in future Shaw can replace Rohit Sharma in the team.
Shaw has played all three formats for India
Let us tell you that Prithvi Shaw has played all three formats for India. His performance in Test cricket was excellent. Prithvi Shaw has also done the feat of scoring a century against the West Indies in the early stages of his Test career. After this, due to injury and ban, he was not seen in the team. Now Prithvi Shaw, who is doing well in domestic cricket, is yearning to return to the team.
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