New Delhi, Sports Desk. Mumbai opener Prithvi Shaw gave a befitting reply to the national selectors by smashing a century in just 107 balls against Assam in the Elite Group match of the Ranji Trophy on Tuesday. Prithvi Shaw scored the 12th century of his first class career to take Mumbai to a score of 171/1 till lunch.

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Prithvi Shaw brought up his maiden century in the ongoing Ranji Trophy and took only 107 balls to complete it. During this, the right-handed batsman hit 15 fours and a six. Shaw not only played a flamboyant innings but got Mumbai off to a flying start by sharing a 123-run century partnership with Musheer Khan. Be aware that Assam won the toss and invited Mumbai to bat first.

Prithvi Shaw played the last match for India in July 2021

Let us inform that Prithvi Shaw was a part of the India A squad in September, which faced New Zealand. Despite this, Prithvi was not selected in any series on domestic or foreign tour. Prithvi played the last match for India in July 2021, when he was part of the Indian team that went on a tour of Sri Lanka. Prithvi Shaw had said some time back that he would put all the disappointment behind and work hard to attract the attention of the selectors.

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Prithvi Shaw was quoted as saying by Mid-Day, “I am disappointed. I am scoring runs, working hard but not getting chances. But it’s okay. When the national selectors feel that I am ready, they will give me a chance. Whatever opportunity I get, I will give my best and maintain my fitness at a high level.