CricketIPL 2022News

“40s And 50s Is Nothing In Cricket”- Prithvi Shaw Not Happy With His Performances

Former India U-19 cricket team captain Prithvi Shaw expressed his disappointment over the fact that he has not been able to convert his starts into big scores. Shaw has scored 40s and 50s on many occasions, and that too in quick time. However, he is yet to register big scores consistently.

He was in the Indian team for the tour of Sri Lanka that happened last year, and the selectors also drafted him into the Test squad for the ICC World Test Championship series against the England cricket team. However, Shaw has not played much international cricket since then.

The right-handed batter has represented the Delhi Capitals in the IPL, while also leading the Mumbai domestic cricket team in first-class matches. Shaw was not considered for the recent home series against the West Indies cricket team and the Sri Lankan cricket team.


In a recent interview with Sportstar, Prithvi gave an honest opinion on his performances and said:

“Not really happy with my performance, should have been much better. You know 40s and 50s is nothing in cricket. But I feel it’s okay. I have been batting well and am feeling that something special is just around the corner.”

Delhi Capitals retained Prithvi Shaw ahead of IPL 2022 Auction

Prithvi Shaw was one of the four players retained by the Delhi Capitals ahead of the IPL 2022 Mega Auction. The former India U-19 captain was retained alongside Axar Patel, Anrich Nortje and skipper Rishabh Pant.


The Delhi Capitals team management will hope that their rising star improves his performances further. He played a vital role in DC’s success last year, but the team fell short of the title. This year, with some new teammates, Shaw and Pant will aim to end the championship drought of the Delhi Capitals team. DC will open their campaign against Mumbai Indians on March 27.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

Related Articles

Back to top button