Off The Field

Delhi Capitals’ Prithvi Shaw discharged from hospital

Written by Vipin Darwade

Delhi Capitals opener Prithvi Shaw has returned to the team hotel after recovering from a bout of Typhoid. Shaw, who has been missing in action since playing Delhi’s match against Lucknow Super Giants on May 1 posted a photo from the hospital on his Instagram.

Delhi Capitals, in a statement on Sunday, 15 May, said that the batsman had returned to the hotel and was being monitored by the medical team of the franchise.

“Delhi Capitals opener Prithvi Shaw has been discharged from the hospital where he was being treated for a bout of typhoid. Shaw has returned to the team hotel where he is currently recuperating, while being monitored by the DC medical team,” the statement read.

Shaw formed half of Delhi’s destructive opening combination alongside Australian David Warner. The duo had the most destructive strike-rates in the powerplay, setting up Delhi’s tempo for the rest of the innings, on which the likes of Rishabh Pant and Rovman Powell capitalised.

While Shaw’s availability for the next games is not known, but it seems like he could come back into the playing XI if Delhi can manage to get into the playoffs stage of the tournament. Delhi still have to win their last two games in the competition if they wish to enter the top four in the league table.

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