Shikhar Dhawan on being abruptly replaced as Zimbabwe ODI skipper by KL Rahul

Shikhar Dhawan on being abruptly replace as Zimbabwe ODI skipper by KL Rahul. Shikhar Dhawan is slate to lead India in the three-match ODIs against New Zealand. Which begins on November 25.

Shikhar Dhawan, India’s veteran batsman, says “not offended” when he dismiss as skipper for the ODI series against Zimbabwe earlier this year. Shikhar select captain for the three matches in Harare. But Rahul took his spot after making his way back into the side.

Shikhar believed that making Rahul the skipper was the “right thing” to do. The latter would have been require to lead the Indian team in the Asia Cup 2022 in the United Arab Emirates.

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Prior to India’s three-match ODIs against New Zealand, left-handed Dhawan expressed his thoughts.

“First and foremost, I am privilege to be leading India at this point in my career. It feels wonderful to seize the challenges and possibilities.” “We’ve won a few of series with youthful teams,” Dhawan said during the pre-match news conference.

“KL is the primary team’s vice-captain, and after he return from injury, he named captain.” If Rohit Sharma had been injure during the Asia Cup, I believe Rahul would have take the lead. So that was the correct decision,” he remarked.

“I wasn’t wounded because I believe it’s all God’s plan and it’s for the best.” It due of the selectors that I captain in the South Africa series. “As a result, I didn’t feel horrible,” Dhawan continued.

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