Shikhar Dhawan: What did Shikhar Dhawan say on the World Cup team? Finally broke his silence!


New Delhi: India’s 15-member squad for the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 has been announced. There are almost only those players in this team who got a chance in the Asia Cup. There was a lot of speculation going on before the selection of Team India but now all those have come to an end. Opener batsman Shikhar Dhawan has also given his reaction on this Indian team for the World Cup. Although this reaction of Dhawan should be understood as his pain or disappointment, but in his tweet, he has given best wishes to the Indian team.

Shikhar Dhawan tweeted on the World Cup squad and wrote, ‘Congratulations my teammates and friends on being selected to represent India in the World Cup! With the prayers and support of 150 crore people, you carry forward our hopes and dreams. Hope you bring the cup back home and make us proud!’
Please tell that there was a lot of discussion about Shikhar Dhawan for both Asia Cup and World Cup. However, Dhawan did not get a chance in the Asia Cup. It was clear from this that his leaf has been cut in the World Cup. There was a time when Shikhar Dhawan’s pairing with Rohit Sharma was a super hit, but this time it will not be seen in the World Cup.

Dhawan played the last match against Bangladesh

This left-handed opener batsman was once a key member of Team India. However, due to falling form, he started getting in and out of the team. This is the reason why this year Shikhar Dhawan did not take the field in a single match for Team India. Dhawan last got a chance to play in an international match against Bangladesh last year. Only after this he is walking out of Team India.

How has been the career of Shikhar Dhawan

Shikhar Dhawan has had a stellar career for Team India. Although at present he is not included in the plans of Team India. Dhawan has so far appeared in a total of 34 Tests, 167 ODIs and 68 T20 matches for Team India. In Test cricket, Dhawan has scored 237 which includes 7 centuries and 5 half-centuries.

Whereas in ODIs, Dhawan has scored 6793 runs at an average of 44.11. Dhawan has 17 centuries and 39 half-centuries in his name in this format. Whereas in T20, Dhawan has scored 1759 runs at a strike rate of 126.36. Dhawan has scored 11 half-centuries in T20.

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