Sreesanth Believes Prithvi Shaw Can Come Close To Sachin Tendulkar And Virat Kohli
So far, it has been a short and sweet story for Prithvi Shaw in the International Cricket that ended up with the poor climax. He started his International career in a brilliant way by smacking a century against Windies and then found himself on the squad list for the Australian tour. But, unfortunately, destiny has other ideas, as he flew back home with an injury. Meanwhile, Sreesanth has got some high praises for the youngster.
The young Prithvi Shaw, who is an active social media user quoted quite a few hashtags, which says that he is waiting for his time to deliver the goods for India. Further, Shaw added that he will be scoring runs for India once he gets fit.
Apna Time Aayegaa…
Meanwhile, the former Indian fast bowler Sreesanth replied Prithvi Shaw quoting that his time will surely come to deliver. Further, he expressed his belief on him saying that he is someone, who got all the ingredients to come close to the records of Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar.
Digging into their tweets, it read ”Aapna time Aayega… Injury Se fit hoke… Mein Aur runs Banayega… Aapna time Aayega…” To Which Sreesanth replied ”For sure brother..keep working hard and never ever give up..I am sure if anyone can come close to Sachin Bhai and Virat it’s you..keep at it#apnatimeayega.”
For sure brother..keep working hard and never ever give up..👍🏻🙏🏻✌🏻iam sure if anyone can come close to Sachin bhai and Virat it’s you..👍🏻keep at it#apnatimeayega
— Sreesanth (@sreesanth36) January 31, 2019
On the work front:
Currently, Prithvi Shaw is undergoing rehabilitation and will be back in the action when Indian Premier League 2019 will get underway. During the course of his injury, Prithvi Shaw missed a lot of cricket for India and India A. Perhaps, he also missed a chance to represent India in ODI format as well.
Meanwhile, the discarded Indian cricketer is fighting against The Board of Control for Cricket in India to claim his innocence in the spot-fixing saga. Further, he wants to continue his cricket again to make the most of his remaining few years to play the game.
As of now, the case is still going strong in the supreme court. It would be interesting to see whether Supreme Court lifts the ban on the member of World Cup winning squads for India in 2007 and 2011.