In the match at Colombo, Shankar gave away 48 runs and scored at a strike-rate of less than a run-a-ball.
Shankar also added that his dream is not to linger in the national side as a mere survivor. He said that he wants to deliver consistent performances to prolong his international career.
Rayudu was not picked in WC squad as a replacement for injured players as well.
Vijay Shankar recorded bowling figures of 2 for 22 in his debut World Cup match.
Shankar was on Instagram Live with SRH teammate David Warner.
He also mentioned how he has been spending time at home in the lockdown period.
In the wake of the coronavirus threat, Shankar has been in his hometown of Chennai and awaiting the call from his IPL franchise for the training session.
Shankar was also the part of Team India squad that went onto play in 2019 World Cup.
Here's how the cricketers spent their day on Twitter and Instagram today.
A major setback for Team India ahead of New Zealand tour.