Shaw obtained over 827 runs in eight matches of the Vijay Hazare one-dayers lately and adopted it up with a 38-ball 72 in opposition to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in his staff’s opening match of IPL 2021 on Saturday evening.
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“From Australia when I was dropped, I worked on the back-and-across movement. I started to work on it in Australia itself. I focussed on it with Pravin [Amre] sir as well. I had a good plan before going into that tournament (Vijay Hazare one-dayers). I think it is working quite well,” Shaw informed broadcasters after main his staff to a seven-wicket win over CSK.
The proper-handed batsman added that he would not wish to take into consideration the India spot in the intervening time.
“I don’t want to think about India spot because it (getting dropped) was a disappointing moment for me but I have to move on and if something is wrong with my batting or technique, I have to improve and I am working hard on myself. No excuses,” he added.