Prithvi Shaw does not have form tension, said – it is a matter of time, the ball will hit the middle of the bat – न्यूज़लीड India

Prithvi Shaw does not have form tension, said – it is a matter of time, the ball will hit the middle of the bat


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Published: Wednesday, June 22, 2022, 7:32 [IST]

New Delhi, June 22: Mumbai is set to play Madhya Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy final starting on Wednesday, June 22. Mumbai have plenty of reasons to win matches with their batsman Sarfaraz Khan, who is the highest run-scorer this season, and Yashasvi Jaiswal who has scored two centuries in the semi-finals.

Ranji Trophy 2022: Prithvi Shaw is not worried about lean patch, says form is a matter of time

Mumbai are a bit worried because of skipper Prithvi Shaw, who hasn’t scored a century in the knockouts despite making a start. However, ahead of the final, Shaw said that it was only a matter of time before he would play the balls with the middle of the bat.

“I have scored a few (three) half-centuries, but that is not enough for me and nobody even congratulated me after scoring fifty and you also feel bad (jokingly),” the Mumbai captain said.

“It happens sometimes but I am happy that my team is doing well. As a captain, I have to think about all the 21 players I have met here, not just me.”

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“In cricket and in life, the graph always goes up and down and it’s not always going to go up. So it’s only a matter of time before I play those balls with the middle of the bat and score big runs again. But right now, I want I want to make sure that my team is doing well and enjoying their game.”

Shaw is missing from the Indian team and his fitness is also in question.

Shaw said, “It is nowhere in my mind that you know a comeback in the Indian team. Getting the cup is my main objective and thinking of nothing but winning it. Not focusing on what is happening outside.” This moment is to target on winning the Ranji Trophy and celebrating it.”

Shaw will expect his batsmen to perform against Madhya Pradesh’s strong spin attack. MP had destroyed Bengal.

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Ranji Trophy 2022: Prithvi Shaw is not worried about lean patch, says form is a matter of time

Story first published: Wednesday, June 22, 2022, 7:32 [IST]

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