Shikhar Dhawan

Role : Batsman
Batting Style : Left-Hand Bat
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DOB : Dec 05, 1985

Behind the earring, the famous twirled moustache and individual intricately inked biceps is an extremely soft-spoken man – Shikhar Dhawan. From the simple cricket-loving kid studying the grind of domestic cricket to using the cricketing world by craze by scoring the quickest century on Test debut, Dhawan originates a lengthy way.

The direction to success is not simple for the left-handed batsman from Delhi because he toiled his means by the domestic circuit every year simply to get a Test call in his ninth year of first-class cricket. The outlet batsman scored in plenty but individuals only designed for good studying for that men deeply in love with figures. India was built with a stable opening combination in Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir and Dhawan needed to watch for his opportunity to breakthrough within the big league. As he ended up getting his chance, he grabbed the chance with his hands.

Such was his dominance in the approach on his Test debut that Dhawan grew to become the talk of the town after treating the Aussie bowlers with utter disdain. He smashed 187 off 174 balls which altered the path of the sport completely leading to India winning the exam comprehensively by six wickets. Following his good run, Dhawan was selected in India’s squad for that Champions Trophy. He became the gamer from the series with 363 runs in five matches with an outstanding average of 90. He hit 220 years within the tournament and it was credited for India’s success within the tournament. He seemed to be named player from the series and awarded the gold bat for his stellar batting show.


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