Cricket / Troll calls Shikhar Dhawan 'ugly' and 'sh*t player' on Instagram, cricketer responds

Zoom News : Dec 12, 2020, 05:16 PM
Cricket Desk: Indian star Shikhar Dhawan has given a perfect reply to a social media user who trolled him with his comment. A man commented on Shikhar Dhawan’s latest photo about his looks and game in recent time, to which the Indian opener gave a perfect reply. Dhawan recently became the third-highest run-getter in T20Is for India. Dhawan played an instrumental part in fetching India a 2-1 win in the T20I series.

He has amassed 173 runs from 5 innings in the Australian tour so far and stands to be in the top four run-getters in the current tour. He recently posted a picture with Yuzvendra Chahal and Deepak Chahar and captioned it- “Aankhein nikal ke gotiyaan khelta hoon gotiyaan.” In which a social media user came with a distasteful comment on the post pointing to his looks and gameplay.

The user added – “Tatti Shakal… Tatti gameplay.” Dhawan didn’t get wrapped in anger, rather, came with an apt reply that stated- “Hanji aapke gharwale bhi yehi keh rahe they aapke baarein.”

Shikhar Dhawan maintained a class form in IPL 2020

The Indian opener recently became the third-highest run-getter in T20Is for Men in Blue after surpassing former specialists of shortest format, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Suresh Raina. Dhawan also displayed a prolific form for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2020, where he stunned with his two back to back centuries. He became the first batsman in the history of IPL to bag two straight tons.

He had 618 runs in his bag from 17 innings and stood second in the race of Orange Cap. He also became the fifth batsman to breach the 5000 runs mark in IPL after Australian great David Warner. The limited-overs series is over where India won the T20I series, and the ODI series went into the account of hosts. The two heavyweights of the cricketing world are now set to lock horns for the much-awaited four-match Test series.

The Test series begins in Adelaide from December 17, and it will be a thing to watch out for as to how India performs against arch-rivals.