Team India’s opener Prithvi Shaw’s form had been lost for the past few days. Prithvi Shaw has scored a century in the first match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy in Mumbai.
Mumbai, February 22: Team India opener Prithvi Shaw (Prithvi Shaw) The form was lost for the last few days. Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) And he couldn’t do much on India’s tour of Australia. He was dropped from Team India due to his poor form. With the omission from the team, Prithvi has signaled a return to form.
Vijay Hazare Trophy (Vijay Hazare TrophyPrithvi Shaw has scored a century in Mumbai’s first match of the tournament. In the match against Delhi, Prithvi scored 105 off 89 balls with the help of 15 fours and 2 sixes. On the strength of his century, Mumbai completed the 212-run challenge set by Delhi in the 32nd over and took 3 wickets.
Prithvi Shaw was in full color in the match against Delhi. Mumbai lost the first wicket instantly. He was followed by Captain Shreyas Iyer (Shreyas Iyer) Shared a 82-run stand for the second wicket. Iyer was dismissed for 39 with the help of six fours and a six. As soon as Iyer was out, Prithvi’s Suryakumar Yadav (Suryakumar Yadav). Suryakumar, who was recently selected in Team India, also scored an aggressive run. Prithvi Shaw hit a century off 83 balls. Suryakumar hit six fours and two sixes in 32 balls.
After Suryakumar was dismissed for 50, Prithvi Shaw completed the victory formality with the help of Shivam Dubey. Mumbai has started with victory in Vijay Hazare Trophy. Delhi have suffered a major defeat in the first match.
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Dhawan out at zero
Earlier, batting for the first time, Delhi got off to a bad start. Veteran Delhi batsman Shikhar Dhawan (Shikhar Dhawan) Was out at zero. Not only Dhawan, but all the top orders in Delhi, with the exception of Himmat Singh, were disappointing. Delhi were 6 for 32 before Mumbai’s penetrating strike. At that time, Himmat Singh played a great game and scored a century. Himmat’s 106-run knock helped Delhi reach 211 for 7 in 50 overs.