Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Prithvi Shaw

Sunil Gavaskar wants Rohit as opener as soon as possible

While Mayank Agarwal too failed to contribute much with the bat, the clamour for Rohit Sharma as opener is growing. Joining them was Indian cricket great Sunil Gavaskar.

Tom Moody says T20 influence cost Prithvi Shaw dearly

To add to his problems, he dropped a sitter while fielding, making his case weak. Former Australian cricketer Tom Moody feels for the youngster and feels the batsman’s attacking nature did him in.

Shaw will struggle at international level with his technique, says Warne

Shaw was bowled out for duck in the first innings by Mitchell Starc, while in the second innings, he managed to score four runs, but he was once again bowled by Pat Cummins.

IND Vs AUS: Ashwin bowls India into lead in first Test

Picks up four wickets to skittle out hosts to 191 as India extend lead to 62 runs at stumps

Vinod Kambli disappointed with Prithvi Shaw’s show

However, the playing XI was announced a day before the start and kicked up the debate on his selection. Youngster Shubhman Gill showed good technique in the warm-up games leading up to the Test series.

Ind vs Aus, 1st Test: Shaw, Saha get nod ahead of Gill, Pant in playing XI

India's playing XI: Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Wriddhiman Saha, Ravichandran Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Mohammad Shami, and Jasprit Bumrah.

This Indian team plays fearless cricket: MSK Prasad

'The start of the series is important and we have to do well in Adelaide'

Upbeat Sunrisers Hyderabad look for a final spot

Delhi on a slippery track as Hyderabad have the momentum

Sanjay Manjrekar wants Prithvi Shaw to stop experimenting

Prithvi Shaw, the talented opener, had a good beginning to the tournament but his form deserted him as the tournament progressed.

RCB, DC to fight for top-two finish

Both teams hope to end their losing streak in the IPL

Aakash Chopra criticises Prithvi Shaw

Shaw didn’t cross single-digit mark in the last four matches.

Mumbai Indians face off table toppers Delhi Capitals

Be it a potent top-order, a strong middle-order or a lethal bowling attack, there is hardly anything that separates the two sides

Rajasthan Royals aim to halt Delhi Capitals’ march

Smith-led team, who are on a three-match losing streak, yet to sort playing XI dilemma

Delhi Capitals too hot for Royal Challengers

Stoinis, Rabada take Delhi to pole position

Kohli accidentally applies saliva on ball during match against DC

This happened after DC opener Prithvi Shaw launched into a booming drive against pacer Navdeep Saini in the third ball of the third over after Kohli elected to field

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