In the first Test match between India and Australia played in the Adilate, opener Prithvi Shaw did not even touch a double digit in both innings. After this, Prithvi Shaw was criticized a lot. Now former Australian cricketer Brad Hogg suggested that India should try their talented young batsman Prithvi Sau in the middle order who is failing to make the innings debut.
Hog gave feedback
Hogg is of the opinion that the technique of this young player is quite favorable for the fourth or fifth position. Hogg tweeted, ‘Saw has scored too many runs in domestic cricket, so he has talent. I think India should try fourth or fifth place for a long time, where its technology will be much better. ‘ The 21-year-old Indian is battling for runs in Australia and could score just zero and four runs in the opening Test in Adelaide.
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Questions arose in Sydney
Sav also scored 40, 3, zero and 19 runs in practice matches in Sydney. His technique against swing bowling was also questioned and some of the greatest players of the game like Sunil Gavaskar and Ricky Ponting also talked about his being dropped from the team. After a lackluster performance in the opening match of the Test series, it is expected to replace Sauv with his former Under-19 teammate Shubman Gill, who is in good form, scoring 43 and 65 in the pink ball practice match.
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