During the Zimbabwe ODI, a fan approaches Shikhar Dhawan and asks for his “shirt.” Here’s His Funny Reaction. In a viral video, a man holds a placard that reads, “Shikhar, Can I have yo shirt?” In the same video, Dhawan can be seen almost stripping off his shirt while sitting in the dugout.
Shikhar Dhawan is a likeable character both on and off the field. He frequently posts amusing things on social media, and his on-field antics are occasionally amusing as well. A similar incident occurred in the final ODI of the three-match series against Zimbabwe, where Dhawan is the Indian cricket team’s vice-captain. Dhawan was seen wearing a jersey with no name on the back in a video posted on social media. Instead, it was taped where the player’s name would normally be printed.
In the same video, a man is seen holding a placard that reads, “Shikhar, Can I have yo shirt?” In the same video, Dhawan can be seen almost stripping off his shirt while sitting in the dugout!
Shikhar reaction after a fan requests his “Shirt”
In terms of the game, Shubman Gill was all class on his way to his maiden international century, leading India to 289 for eight in the third and final One-Day International against Zimbabwe on Monday. Gill (130 off 97 balls) shared a 140-run stand with Ishan Kishan (50 off 61 balls), who was eventually run out in an unusual manner.
With the exception of the stand between Gill and Kishan, the Indian innings did not stand out. Gill, who made his ODI debut against the West Indies, was a visual treat throughout his innings, which included 15 fours and a six. The 22-year-old played a variety of shots, with straight drives and cover drives standing out.
Gill experienced a few nervous moments in the 1990s before reaching the milestone.
Evans requested a close leg before call, but the DRS was denied after UltraEdge revealed that the ball made contact with Gill’s bat before thudding into the pads. Kishan, on the other hand, was run out at the other end after leaving his crease for a quick single, but Gill was preoccupied with the appeal.