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- Virat Kohli told a funny anecdote related to Shikhar Dhawan
- Kohli narrates the incident of Dhawan’s state level match
- Kohli had complained about someone, but after listening to Dhawan, he burst into laughter.
New Delhi: In the last few years, there have been players in the Indian cricket team who are good at having fun or maintaining the atmosphere of the dressing room all the time. If in the earlier Indian team Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan and Yuvraj Singh were the biggest pranksters, then in the current Indian team, led by Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan, Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant and few others are playing this role.
Captain Virat Kohli is very friendly off the field and his friendship with Shikhar Dhawan and Ishant Sharma is very deep. The trio played together in Delhi’s Ranji Trophy and have a strong relationship since their Under-19 days. Where Dhawan is senior to Kohli-Ishant, but all three have played together in the Delhi team.
In 2017, Virat Kohli made many revelations about his teammates in Breakfast with Champions. During this, he also narrated a funny anecdote related to Shikhar Dhawan. Kohli was getting upset with his Delhi teammate. The reason for this was that the player was praising all the stuff of his cricket. Kohli did not like that a new player has come in the team and is praising so much.
However, Virat Kohli told this to Shikhar Dhawan on the field. After knowing Dhawan’s answer, Kohli and the wicket-keeper were laughing on the field. Dhawan said, ‘Yeah man, that guy is not right, but tries to get into everyone’s notebooks.’ Actually, Shikhar Dhawan was trying to say that he wants to come in everyone’s good books. Knowing Dhawan’s English mistake, Kohli and wicketkeeper Puneet Bisht started laughing out loud. Kohli could not hold back his laughter even while narrating this incident.
Virat hopes for a century
The Indian captain is currently busy with the five-match Test series against England. After the first two matches, the visiting team is 1-0 up in the series. Indian captain Virat Kohli has not scored a century in 49 innings and it is expected that this drought will end at Headingley. Kohli scored the last international century in November 2019.
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