Prithvi Shaw ran to the National Cricket Academy, touring New Zealand under doubt
MUMBAI: Prithvi Shaw New Zealand's tour with India A team was endangered on Saturday after the young Mumbai hitter was rushed to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) for an evaluation of your shoulder injury.
Shaw had hurt his left shoulder while saving an overthrow on Mumbai's opening day. Ranji Trophy match against Karnataka on Friday.
He did not field during the second day or went out to bat and then went to Bangalore.
Shaw was named in both India A squads for the next tour of New Zealand. The team is scheduled to depart on January 10.
He has been called to the NCA. Mumbai Cricket Association I received an email from BCCI. He has gone to Bangalore. He couldn't even raise his hand. He has a tear on his shoulder. That is known, said Ajinkya Naik, Mumbai team manager.
I was not in a position to hit. The severity of the injury will be known in the NCA, Naik added.
Shaw had undergone an MRI in the presence of the Mumbai physio on Friday.
Karnataka resumed her tickets in her night score of 79 for three and finally joined for 218, taking a 24-run lead in the first inning.
Test specialist Ajinkya Rahane opened the Mumbai tickets instead of Shaw.
At the opening of the tournament against Baroda, the 20-year-old scored 66 and 202, while against the Railways, he scored 12 and 23.
In the current match against Karnataka, he scored 23 in the first innings.