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Mumbai suffer bad day in office

DNMUM381067 | 1/11/2017 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :554

After Shaw’s 71, defending champions throw away their wickets folding up for 228, youngster drop sitter in last over of Day One
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Indore: Cricket, like any other sports, teaches you a lot in a short time. If you found success in first instance, you might encounter failure in the next. Or even a successful run may end in shocking disappointment in the immediate moment.
Mumbai teenager Prithvi Shaw might have learnt these life’s cricket lessons in just two games and three innings while playing for his state team.
Coming into the big game - the Ranji Trophy final with a century on debut behind him, a lot is expected from the 17-year-old Shaw.
He did not disappoint, even as the handful crowd gathered at the Holkar Stadium admired the youngster at his fluent best, till a wrong call and a mix-up halted his good run more than half-way through.
That
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