Prithvi gets a response from a special one on his bunny toy photo
Prithvi Shaw after a decent tour of Sri Lanka is with the England test squad as a reserved opener. He was called up in the England based test squad after injury to first-choice opener Shubman Gill. With Mayank Agarwal subsequently getting injured, KL Rahul got his chance to open and has played pretty well in this series. Hence Shaw will again have to wait for his opportunity in the longest format.
However, Shaw is performing his duties as a reserved player and recently posted a photo in his highly active Instagram account with a bunny toy.
Prithvi gets a response from a special one on his bunny toy photo. The same photo by Shaw was liked by his rumoured girlfriend Prachi Singh. Who regularly keeps in touch with Shaw through Instagram.
Prachi commented “Hello Honey Bunny.” Soon her response received an enormous amount of likes.
Though both of them are yet to comment on their relationship in the public domain. However their camaraderie on the Instagram pages has not escaped the eye of the fans.
Meanwhile, India are getting ready to face England at Oval in the 4th test and as of now. There do not appear to be any changes on the batting front. Rahane is having a tough series and his spot in the team is a source of big debate due to his inconsistency. However, it appears that Hanuma Vihari , Surya Kumar Yadav and Prithvi Shaw will have to bide their time longer in the sidelines.
Further , Irfan Pathan is of the opinion that too much of aggressive mindset of Virat Kohli is leading to his dismissals outside off stump as Virat is tending to go at the ball hard and edging them. Irfan feels Virat needs to exude more calmness.
Virat has got out in identical fashion in each of his 5 innings. He has scored 124 runs in this series at an average of 24.80 . His low returns has pushed him further down the ICC test batting rankings with Rohit Sharma. Climbing one step up to 5th after good returns in first 3 tests. Virat is pushed down to 6th in the batting rankings.
The Oval test starts from 2nd September