Team India opener Prithvi Shah gave first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine, shared Delhi Capitals photo

Team India opener Prithvi Shah has got the first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine to protect her from corona. Shah’s IPL team Delhi Capitals shared this information by sharing their photo. Despite his strong performance in IPL 2021, Shah has not been selected in the Indian squad for the World Test Championship final and tour of England. Shah, playing for Delhi, played some strong innings in the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League.

Shah hit six boundaries in six consecutive balls in an over from Kolkata Knight Riders fast bowler Shivam Mawi. The young batsman’s achievement in the Vijay Hazare Trophy before the IPL was unmatched. Vijay Hazare became the first batsman to score more than 800 runs in one innings. After selecting the team for the England tour, it was revealed that BCCI had advised Shah to lose a few kilos and fit into the national team.

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Many cricketers, including Indian captain Virat, Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav, have already received the first dose of the Kovid vaccine. On June 2, the Indian team will travel to the WTC Finals and England tour. Currently, the team is completing its quarantine in Mumbai. It is believed that Prithvi Shah may be included in Team India for a limited-overs series against Sri Lanka in July. Many senior players, including Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, will not be on the tour and India’s B team will be heading to Sri Lanka.

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