Sports activities have stalled in India due to the havoc of Coronavirus. In such a situation, all cricketers have to stay at home even if they do not want to. During this time, players are resorting to social media to keep up with their fans. Some players are doing a question-and-answer session with their fans, while some are discussing various other things including their careers by live video chat with their fellow players.
In this episode, on Wednesday i.e. Wednesday, Indian cricket team opener Shikhar Dhawan had a live video chat with Irfan Pathan in which he chose his favorite captain and batting partner during the rapid fire round.
Shikhar Dhawan chose Rohit Sharma as the best batting partner as he has been in the opener with Rohit Sharma for a long time. Talking about the favorite captain, Dhawan said, “I have only played under the captaincy of Kohli and Dhoni, for now Dhoni bhai is my favorite captain.”
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During this live chat, Dhawan praised Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma fiercely. While Dhawan described Virat Kohli as the best batsman of the Indian cricket team at the present time, Rohit Sharma’s 5 centuries in the World Cup were described as brilliant. Dhawan said, “At present, Virat Kohli is the best batsman of Team India. Rohit performed very well in the World Cup, he had scored 5 centuries.”
Pathan then asked Dhawan about the bowler he faced the most playing difficulties. In response to this question, he named Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc.
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Dhawan also expressed his views on the Indian Premier League (IPL), saying that the league should be because currently people are only surrounded by coronovirus news and there are fears about the virus. Dhawan said, “Yes, there must be IPL. People will get positive from it. Right now only Coronavirus news is going on and people are scared of it.”
Let us know, the IPL 2020 was to be held from 29 March, but it has been postponed indefinitely in view of the growing outbreak of the epidemic.
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