Twitter Reacts Hilariously After Virat Kohli Imitates Shikhar Dhawan's Batting Style
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Twitter Reacts Hilariously After Virat Kohli Imitates Shikhar Dhawan’s Batting Style

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The Indian skipper Virat Kohli is one of the most entertaining cricketers ever. Apart from his on-field antics, he loves to mimic his teammates and other top cricketers inside the dressing room. Time and again, Virat Kohli has grabbed the spotlight after mimicking other cricketers.

On Monday, Virat Kohli was at it again as he took to his social media to show his entertaining side. Virat Kohli, who is currently in the UAE sweating it out ahead of India’s first clash in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2021, took to his Twitter on Monday shared a hilarious video via his official handle.

In the video, Kohli can be seen rolling up his t-shirt sleeves in trademark Shikhar Dhawan style before imitating the Delhi Capitals openers’ different actions in his stance before and after he leaves a ball. Sharing the hilarious video, Kohli wrote:

“I am going to mimic Shikhar Dhawan because I feel he is lost in his space so much that it’s very funny and I have seen it many times from the other end.”

Here, watch the video:

Meanwhile, the video went viral in no time and was flooded with amazing reactions from the fans to it. Fams on social media were left in splits after watching Virat imitating Shikhar Dhawan.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

Talking about Shikhar Dhawan, the veteran opener is not a part of the 15 member squad of the Indian cricket team for the upcoming T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman. Shikhar was last seen playing recently for the Delhi Capitals in the just concluded 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League, where he was seen in a fine form. Dhawan amassed 587 runs off 17 games he played.

On the other hand, Virat Kohli will be seen leading the Indian cricket team for the last time in the shortest format of the game. A couple of weeks ago, Virat had revealed that the T20 World Cup 2021 will be his last project as a T20I skipper for India,

 

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