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Think before comparing Prithvi with Sehwag, says Gambhir

DNMUM423882 | 10/11/2018 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :632

Discarded batsman says each has his own individuality and that Shaw will have more challenges ahead of him

Mumbai: Prithvi Shaw’s great start to his international career with a century on Test debut against West Indies last week have not surprised many. And his Delhi Daredevils’ captain Gautam Gambhir is one of them. Having excluded himself from the playing XI in the middle of 2018 Indian Premier League due to poor form to give the diminutive Mumbaikar an opportunity to face the new white ball, Gambhir, along with many others, is impressed with the youngster. “Obviously, he’s impressive. He’s very talented and that’s why he is there. He started off his Test career on a very good note but there will be far bigger and far difficult challenges waiting for him,” he said at a promotional event on Wednesday. The discarded batsman also slammed people
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