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Aakash Chopra comments on Prithvi Shaw’s recent injury and predicts “another seat will get booked in the NCA” for the ICC World Cup 2023

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Aakash Chopra discussed how Prithvi Shaw’s time playing cricket in England had to be cut short owing to a recent knee injury while playing County Cricket with Northamptonshire, and he added that another place will be reserved at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bengaluru.

Aakash Chopra expressed compassion for Shaw on his official YouTube channel because he traveled to England to play cricket and was having success prior to getting hurt. Chopra stated that he regained his form and made runs after receiving a lot of criticism.

“Prithvi Shaw appeared to have made a turn. He was attempting to succeed where he had gone to play county cricket. After being hit-wicket in an unusual way to begin with, there was much criticism and nonsensical talk, but after that, he hit frequently, according to Chopra.

Chopra added that Prithvi Shaw’s tour of England is now complete and that another seat at the NCA will soon be reserved.

“He batted quite well, but he is currently dealing with a knee problem. He was scoring runs and everything was going well when he hurt his knee and will now be returning home. It appears that another seat will be reserved in the NCA now that his tour is ended, said Chopra.

He hit a lot while he was playing: On Prithvi Shaw, Aakash Chopra
The 45-year-old mentioned Shaw’s statistics, noting that the 23-year-old had participated in four games in all, scored 429 runs at an average of 143, and had a 152 percent strike rate.

“He hit a lot while he was playing. He participated in four games in total, scoring 429 runs with an average of 143. Two centuries were struck, one of which was a double century. His strike rate was 152, and his highest was 244. I saw an inning when he was effortlessly hitting boundaries,” the 45-year-old continued.

In the One-day Cup in England, Prithvi Shaw has scored 429 runs with an astounding strike rate of 152.67, making him the league’s leading run-scorer. Shaw had stated his desire for India to win the ICC World Cup. However, due to his injury, the player will not be able to represent the Men in Blue in the 2018 ODI World Cup roster.

On October 8 at Chennai’s MA Chidambaram Stadium, India’s ODI World Cup campaign will get underway against Australia under the leadership of Rohit Sharma.

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