Shikhar Dhawan Comes Up With A Funny Reply As A Fan Ask His For A Jersey
By CricShots - Aug 23, 2022 3:30 pm
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The veteran Indian opener, Shikhar Dhawan is known for his quirky stuff in the Indian dressing room and hence, he always takes to the field with a positive mindset. The southpaw with his amusing antics never fails to entertain his fans. An instance of this was seen in the third ODI against Zimbabwe where a fan asked for a jersey of Shikhar Dhawan and the way Dhawan replied tickled the funny bones of everyone.

Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan

Team India completed a clean-sweep against Zimbabwe with a 13-run win in the third of the series. While the first two games were completely dominated by India, the third match turned out to be a thriller as the Zimbabwe batsmen, in particular Sikandar Raza, looked all set to take his team over the line.

During the third game, there was a funny incident where a fan asks Shikhar Dhawan for his shirt and the batsman responded hilariously.

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The Indian deputy skipper was sitting in the dressing room when the camera turned to a person who was holding a placard which read, โ€œShikhar, can I have your shirt?โ€

As soon as Shikhar Dhawan saw the placard, he started removing his t-shirt humorously. His teammates Ruturaj Gaikwad and KL Rahul were spotted laughing at the southpaw’s funny antic. Even the on-air commentator Alan Wilkins hilariously asked the cricketer to make a donation.

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It is to note that Shikhar Dhawan was wearing Shardul Thakurโ€™s jersey while batting and the reason for the same are unclear. As for the match, Dhawan couldnโ€™t work his magic in the third game as he was dismissed by Brad Evans on just 40 runs for which he took a shocking 68 balls. However, team India won the match by 13 runs, it was not before a scare of losing the game because of the brilliant century inning by Sikandar Raza.