To compound his problems, he dropped a sitter during field play, which made his case weak. Former Australian cricketer Tom Moody feels for the boy and feels that the batsman’s clout has hit him.
Hyderabad: The chances of Indian opener Prithvi Shaw to play XI in the second Test are slim after he was again cheaply dismissed in the ongoing Pink Ball Test. Shaw, who dragged the ball onto his stump for free in the first innings, made no good as he missed a straight delivery to be poured for four runs in the second innings.
To add to his problems, he dropped a sitter during the field, which made his case weak. Former Australian cricketer Tom Moody feels for the boy and feels that the batsman’s clout has hit him. Moody wrote on Twitter: « Feel for Prithvi Shaw, he’s a wonderful talent but his eagerness to propel the ball and the challenge T20 has on his technique is his undoing. ». Most players looking for power lose their balance and their hands deviate from their bodies. #AUSvIND. ”
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World News – USA – Tom Moody says T20 influence cost Prithvi Shaw dearly
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