Prithvi Shaw: Prithvi Shaw, who is raining runs in England, told about his dream and said that he wants to play for Team India for 12-14 years.

Prithvi Shaw: Prithvi Shaw, who flopped in IPL 2023, is spreading fire in England these days. The 23-year-old Indian batsman smashed 244 runs in ODIs on English soil and gave a befitting reply to the critics. This player has been running out of Team India for a long time. He has now staked a claim for the ODI World Cup after scoring a blistering century in the Royal ODI Cup. Prithvi Shaw has made a big statement about Team India by playing an innings of 244 runs.

Shaw wants to play 14 years for Team India:
After playing an innings of 244 runs, Prithvi Shaw gave a heart-warming statement in conversation with Cricbuzz. Revealing his dream, Shaw said, ‘This is a dream, I want to play for India for at least 12-14 years. I want to win the World Cup for India. This is a big goal. I need to achieve this in my life. I need to work hard and score runs, I am trying. All this hard work is for this dream of mine.

Prithvi Shaw hit a stormy double century:
Prithvi Shaw has scored a double century in the Royal One Day Cup being played in England. He played a historic inning of 244 runs against Somerset. Shaw’s bat hit 28 fours and 11 sixes in 153 balls. He batted at a strike rate of 159. Northamptonshire had scored 415 runs losing 8 wickets on the Dumm of Shaw’s innings, Somerset’s team got all out by scoring 328 runs in response. Shaw’s team won the match by 87 runs.

Prithvi Shaw running out of Team India:
Prithvi Shaw played the last Test for Team India in the year 2020. After 2021, he neither got a place in the ODI team nor got a chance to play in T20. Although he was selected in the T20 series against New Zealand, but did not get a chance in the playing 11. After this, this young batsman flopped in IPL 2023. Now he is working hard in the Royal London One Day Cup being played in England to return to Team India.

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