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Prithvi Shaw Hits Back at Trolls With Fan-made Meme After Mumbai Skipper Slams Double Ton

File image of Prithvi Shaw / Twitter.

File image of Prithvi Shaw / Twitter.

Prithvi Shaw took to Instagram after slamming double century in Vijay Hazare Trophy to share a fan-made meme-- in a way responding to all the criticism he has been subjected to in the recent past.

Indian youngster Prithvi Shaw is no stranger to Internet trolling. Be it his several outings for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2020 or failure with the bat while opening for India in the recently-concluded Test series in Australia, Shaw has become synonymous with online memes and trolling. A quick search with “Prithvi Shaw memes” on Google or Twitter will show you exactly what we are talking about.

This were, however, to change when the Mumbai skipper Shaw slammed 227 not out off 152 balls helping Mumbai to a mammoth 457/4 against Puducherry at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur in Elite Group D match of the 2021 Vijay Hazare Trophy.

Following this, Shaw took over to his Instagram account to share a fan-made meme– in a way responding to all the criticism he has been subjected to in the recent past.

The meme took inspiration from a song by rapper Divine which read: “Edit karke image tune mera meme bana dia, mehnat karke tere bhai ne poora dream bana dia (You edited my image and made a meme out of me, I worked hard to achieve my dream).”

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The 21-year-old registered the highest individual score in the tournament, surpassing Sanju Samson’s 2021 in 2019 against Goa. This was Shaw’s maiden List A double ton, that came off just 142 balls. In the process, he helped Mumbai register the highest team total in the tournament’s history. Wicketkeeper-batsman Aditya Tare made 56 off 64 while Suryakumar Yadav blazed to 133 off just 58 balls, hitting 22 fours and four sixes.

Shaw’s innings comprised five sixes and 31 fours, while for Puducherry, Pankaj Singh (7-0-79-2), Santha Moorthy (9-0-92-0), and Sagar Trivedi (9-0-99-1) were taken apart.

Last week, Jharkhand had posted 422/9 vs Madhya Pradesh, which was the highest team total of the tournament history, until today. The previous best team score was 412/6 registered by Madhya Pradesh against Railways way back in 2010. Ishan Kishan had scored 173 runs in just 94 balls with the help of 11 sixes in the Elite Group B match of the Vijay Hazare Trophy on Saturday.