Shikhar Dhawan scored 32 in the Indore T20 against Sri Lanka and 52 runs in the Pune match.
Opener Dhawan said- I have to do well in my hand, I am also playing well
Virat Kohli said – people should stop making comments against players
Dainik BhaskarJan 11, 2020, 11:31 AM IST Sports Desk. On the issue of selection and opening pair in the T20 World Cup, opener Shikhar Dhawan said on Friday that it is not his headache. "All three openers have done well," he said at the press conference. Rohit Sharma and Lokesh Rahul are also playing well. I also showed a good game. Now I too have come into this picture (contenders). "Dhawan said this after his 78-run win against Sri Lanka in Pune T20. Dhawan scored 32 in the Indore T20 against Sri Lanka and 52 runs in the Pune match.
Dhawan said, 'Selection is not in my hands. I have to do well in my hand. I'm playing well too. The rest depends on the coach and captain. Why should I bring their headache on me? "
Two opening slots and three consistent openers? Trust @ SDhawan25 to not take unnecessary stress 😄😅. His job is to score runs and he is happy doing that. #TeamIndia #INDvSL pic.twitter.com/qYHicVBTDT
– BCCI (@BCCI) January 10, 2020
"Returning after injury was not tough", on the question of return after injury, Dhawan said, "It was not difficult, because I knew that I was away from cricket for a month because of injury." I enjoyed my time very much and paid full attention to training. I strengthened myself. I returned from Ranji after giving fitness test at NCA and also did well there. "
All three openers in excellent form: Kohli also responded to those who commented on Kohli Shikhar Dhawan and Lokesh Rahul. He said, "All three openers (Dhawan, Rahul and Rohit Sharma) are in great form. This gives you a lot of options as well, but I believe people should be stopped from commenting against the players. This is just a team game. I do not support the comments made by people about keeping any player. "