unexpected reaction of shikhar dhawan to dinesh karthik no one expected
By Rohit - April 30, 2021 - Last updated on Nov 29, 2021 12:34 PM
IPL 2021: Shikhar Dhawan and Dinesh Karthik funny moments while stumping appeal
Dhawan played a responsible knock and scored 46 off 47 balls against the Knight Riders before Pat Cummins got rid of him.
Shikhar Dhawan has had a great run thus far for the Delhi Capitals (DC) in the 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The southpaw is currently the Orange Cap holder as he has notched 311 runs from seven games at an average and strike rate of 44.42 and 131.77 respectively. He also has two fifties along with a top score of 92 against the Punjab Kings (PBKS).
On Thursday, April 29, the southpaw scored 46 off 47 balls against the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.In the meantime, he and Dinesh Karthik were involved in a moment of theatrics. In the 12th over of DC’s run-chase, Karthik made a loud stumping appeal to get rid of Dhawan. Varun Chakravarthy
bowled a wide after which the appeal was made.
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I made a conscious effort to bring up my strike rate: Shikhar Dhawan
He talked about the ‘conscious efforts’ he put in to improve his strike rate over the years.
“Prithvi was playing amazing, was lovely to watch it from the other end. We were getting so many runs; I didn’t think of taking too many risks and played according to the game situation. I don’t have to compare, I just have to play my role according to the situation and that’s what I did,” Dhawan said.
“I made a conscious effort to bring up my strike rate because I knew that this game needed that and I as an opener had to take those risks. At the same time, smart enough to know when to take risks and when not to.
“Like today, there was no need for me to take any risk; Prithvi was playing totally on a different level. It was lovely to watch him as well. I enjoy taking smart risks and trying something new as well,” he added.
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