Prithvi Shaw was injured while fielding against Karnataka on Friday.
Shaw is part of India-A team touring New Zealand
Ajinkya Rahane opened in his place in the second innings, he was dismissed by 1 run.
Dainik BhaskarJan 04, 2020, 04:12 PM IST Sports Desk. Prithvi Shaw suffered an injury to his left shoulder ahead of India-A's New Zealand tour. Shaw fell in a Ranji Trophy match against Karnataka on Friday while fielding. He did not field for fielding on the second day of the match on Saturday. Mumbai team's media manager said, Shaw still has a mild pain in his shoulder. Therefore, he will not bat in the second innings.
Shaw had fallen in the wake of saving overthrow during fielding in the ongoing match against Karnataka. His MRI scan was done as a precaution. However, information about how serious his injury is will be received by this evening. Earlier, Prithvi had scored 29 runs in the first innings. The entire Mumbai team was reduced to 194 runs. In response, Karnataka scored R.R. Samarth scored 218 runs thanks to his 86-run knock.
Rahane was dismissed by Abhimanyu Mithun in the second innings.
Ajinkya Rahane landed in the second innings for the opening due to an injury to Prithvi. But Lekine Rahane was dismissed by 1 run. Abhimanyu Mithun sent him to the pavilion. Mumbai scored 26 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in the second innings at the end of the day's play on Saturday.
India-A team to leave for New Zealand tour on January 10
This batsman has been selected in the India-A team for the tour of New Zealand. The Indian team will leave on January 10. There will be 3 ODIs and 2 four-day matches between the two teams. Shaw is part of both teams. Prithvi, who returned last month after an 8-month ban due to doping, is in good form. The opener scored a brilliant century against Baroda in the first Ranji Trophy match of the season for Mumbai.