“Ji pandit ji jaisi aapki aagya,” Prithvi Shaw shuts down troll with a SAVAGE reply

Prithvi Shaw faced a knee injury while playing for Northamptonshire in the Metro Bank One-Day Cup 2023, to the surprise of Indian cricket fans.


“Ji pandit ji jaisi aapki aagya,” Prithvi Shaw shuts down  troll with a SAVAGE reply

Prithvi Shaw (Image via ICC)

Prithvi Shaw, the potential opener for India, continues to show his perseverance on his social media’s body-shaming comments. Shaw, who has previously responded to similar criticism, has just posted on Instagram about joining Northamptonshire for the English ODI tournament. But sadly, an individual tried to mock him by making fun of his physical health below his post. But Shaw shut down the troll with wit in a response that rapidly went viral.

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Nonetheless, Shaw’s cricket career has been marked by many fluctuations. Although he was selected for India for the T20I series against New Zealand, but because of his miserable performance in the IPL 2023 , the youngster couldn’t make it to the West Indies tour. In addition, he was not selected for the Ireland series or the Asia Cup 2023 reserve squad.

“Ji pandit ji, jaisi aapki aagya”, Prithvi further commented in response to the individual’s mocking. It’s worth mentioning that though Shaw’s reply went viral on social media platforms, it cannot be confirmed that Shaw made such reply.

Shaw still continues to make headlines despite these setbacks, not only for his cricketing talents but also for the way he manages the social media trolls . Currently, he is recuperating from a knee injury he sustained during the Royal London One-Day Cup 2023 while playing for Northamptonshire.

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Prithvi Shaw not to undergo surgery

ILike on field, Prithvi Shaw shows his positive approach and takes on a troll shutting him down with a witty reply.
Prithvi Shaw (Image via NDTV sports)

Indian cricket supporters were surprised when Prithvi Shaw suffered a knee injury while playing for Northamptonshire in the Metro Bank One-Day Cup 2023. However, there is little cause for concern, as scans revealed that he sustained only a Grade 2 Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) injury, sparing him surgery and a prolonged recovery period.

If Shaw had sustained a more serious anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, as was initially anticipated, he would have been out of commission for several months. Thankfully, Grade 2 PCL injuries typically resolve within 6 to 8 weeks, allowing him to return to the field sooner than expected.

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