This Conversation Between Shikhar Dhawan And Cheteshwar Pujara Is Trending

The Indian cricket team are currently on their tour to England for the upcoming five-match Test series. The Indian cricket team recently played  a three-match T20I and a three-match ODI series against the hosts, where they won the T20i series and lost the ODIs series to the hosts.

There is a lot of anticipation and excitement revolving around the big tournament. Ahead of the series, the Indian cricket team played a three-day practice game against Essex at the County Ground in Chelmsford in order to get themselves prepared for the upcoming Test series.

Tom nd jerry waala badmaash billa @virat.kohli ???????????????????????? aur main jagga jatt????????????????????????.

A post shared by Shikhar Dhawan (@shikhardofficial) on

Although, the overall performances of Indian cricket team have been very impressive, their batting has been found wanting on a few occasions. Shikhar Dhawan, the opener of Indian cricket team couldn’t quite contribute in the T20I series having scored 19 runs in the series. In the ODI series as well, he started off well but couldn’t leave a mark. He also flunked in the warm-up matches.

Talking about Cheteshwar Pujara, he is looking in form. Pujara didn’t play the limited-overs encounters but is expected to play the upcoming series.

Meanwhile, Shikhar Dhawan took to his social media and shared a picture of himself with Pujara and Virat Kohli with an amazing caption, showing his poetic skills.The picture has been catching alot of eyes.

Here, have a look at Shikhar Dhawan’s tweet :

The tweet read:
“Na ho koi fikar, jab humaare beech mein ho Shikhar! @SDhawan25”

When Cheteshwar Pujara noticed the post, he replied with a very appropriate tweet also showing his poetic skills. Here, have a look at what Pujara replied :

The tweet read:
“Na ho koi fikar, jab humaare beech mein ho Shikhar! @SDhawan25”

The guys are surely having some on and off the field.

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