Shikhar Dhawan made a big statement on the battle with KL Rahul to make a place in the team

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Shikhar Dhawan made a big statement on the battle with KL Rahul to make a place in the team

KL Rahul, who joined the team in place of Shikhar Dhawan, who has been suffering from injury for a long time, confirmed his place in the team by his performance. KL Rahul showed wicketkeeping along with his bat. Looking at the T20 World Cup, questions have been raised about Shikhar Dhawan’s place in the team. Now Shikhar Dhawan himself has come out and told about his competition with KL Rahul.

Chatting live on Instagram with former Indian fast bowler Irfan Pathan, Shikhar Dhawan said, “I am preparing for the T20 World Cup. I am looking at my fitness. I have to always be ready for the chance, but Team selection is not in my hands. I have been injured many times over the years. “

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Dhawan further said, “My job is to score runs, I want to give a good start to the team by becoming a very effective player. That is my character and I want to play for the team.”

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Talking about KL Rahul, Dhawan said “KL Rahul has been playing well for a long time. He is batting at a different level now. I am always the same. I know whenever I play ICC tournament If I do, my performance improves. “

At the same time, during this live session, Dhawan chose his favorite captain out of Dhoni and Kohli and also told which player he enjoyed the most in batting in the Indian team.

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Dhawan replied that he enjoys batting with Rohit Sharma the most, while as the favorite captain, he chose Mahendra Singh Dhoni in place of Virat Kohli. Dhawan said that he has played under both these captains but for now he would like to choose Dhoni as the favorite captain.

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Let me tell you, Dhawan made his debut under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni in all three formats. Under Dhoni’s captaincy, Dhawan has played 12 Tests, 56 ODIs and 21 T20 matches.

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