Danielle Wyatt Praised The Performance Of Prithvi Shaw By Commenting On His Post

On Thursday, Indian cricket team earned a glorified victory against West Indies cricket team in a test match . As India took over the field, Prithvi Shaw became the star of the match.

The 18-year-old cricketer debuted with that match in the test series and what a stunning debut he made. He not only became the second youngest debutante in Test cricket after Vijay Mehra in 1955 but also went on to become the country’s youngest century-maker in debut test match.

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He opened the innings for Indian cricket team and went on to score 134 runs in 154 balls. During his brilliant innings he smashed 19 fours. He became an internet sensation and twitter was filled with post and messages of appreciation. Many celebrities, cricketers, and fans have took to twitter and appreciated the performance of Prithvi Shaw.

After the match, he took to his Instagram handle and through his posts he thanked his fans for applauding and appreciating his performance. Here, have a look at his Instagram post :

The caption of the post read:
I am a member of a team,and I rely on the team,I defer to it and sacrifice for it,because the team,not the individual,is the ultimate champion
And Thankyou each and everyone for your love for your support and blessings and for your lovely msges❤️👍#specialmoment#testdebut#💯

Danielle Wyatt, the England’s women cricketer, who is very active on social media, is known for her exchanges with cricketers on twitter and other social media handles. When she saw the post of Prithvi Shaw, she applauded the performance of Prithvi Shaw in the match.

Here, have a look at the comment of Danielle Wyatt on Prithvi Shaw’s post :


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