Aakash Chopra, angry over poor performance of this player in IPL 2020, does not mind being dismissed

Akash Chopra, who plays the former cricketer and current commentator for Team India, reviewed the performance of the Delhi Capitals at this year’s IPL. In this, he said the team’s performance was very good, but two players who had high expectations for the team were unable to meet those expectations. Akash has been named opener Prithvi Shah and wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant. He said that Prithviraj would make a quick start to the team and that Pant would come in the last over and drop the boundaries and the sixes on the ground.

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Talking about Prithvi Shah, Akash Chopra said the youth opener on YouTube channel has started well but then his performance has declined and he has not been able to come back since. Shah was replaced by senior batsman Ajinkya Rahane in the first leg of the tournament, but was unable to capitalize and returned to the pavilion after losing most of the early wickets. Similarly, Akash criticized Shah’s attitude, which was not learned very often even after his dismissal, and he did not mind much more than his dismissal.

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He is a very young player and everyone expects continuity from you, ”he said. One day your strike rate may not be very good but when you do not want to change your attitude, there is a problem. He said that they are almost the same style and that too again. If you keep this up, the team will have no trouble keeping you out.

Speaking of his performance, he played a good innings in the first leg of the tournament. This included 66 against Kolkata Knight Riders and a superb innings of 42 against Royal Challengers Bangalore. As the second phase of the tournament began, their game waned and continued unhindered. He played 13 games throughout the tournament, scoring 228 runs at 17.53. However, his strike rate during this period was good, at 136.

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