Dhawan got out after new record build

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 | 0

Shikhar Dhawan could not have played that shot. There is a logical argument that Dhawan plays like that! The Indian opener was dismissed for 190 runs when he hit a record-breaking innings. He made an Indian record before being out, scoring 126 runs in the second session of the day. Dhawan’s record is the first day in India’s innings in India’s innings India scored 399 runs in just three wickets at the end of the first day.
India can be a little sorry for 399 runs. The record of the highest runs in a day that was not broken. India made 470 runs in the second innings of the 2009 Mumbai Test. Running on the first day is a bit difficult, as if he is satisfied with today’s scores. But till the tea break, 470 runs seemed to be a very possible goal. Dhawan was thinking.
In the series against New Zealand, he got injured. It was like that, and then he could not enter Test team. He saw saw 11 Test visitors of his team. Finally, there is scope for Gall test. Rangana Herath’s Gall. This is the Herath’s field! Any bowler, who took 93 wickets in 17 matches, is his!


Dhawan, but kept thinking of something else today. Even in the eighth over, there was no danger to the Indian fiancé Mukund being dismissed. Dhawan, who plays one shot after another, is going to score runs in the other end. Partner Cheteshwar Pujara also went on to follow his usual slow policy, keeping the team’s innings consistent with the consistency. Dhawan passed away 50 before the lunch break. Opener Oprah was unbeaten on 64 off 50 balls with 6 fours. India’s 115 runs in the first session
But that was just the forecast of the storm. The storm started after the lunch break. Dhawan hit just six fours in his knock of 110 off just 110 balls. He took just one hundred and a half to just 147 balls. Before throwing Nuwan Pradeep in the previous over of Tea-break, Dhawan was forced to shake the record with the highest score of one day in Tests. Dhawan was dismissed for 190 runs in 31 balls with 168 balls. As a result, the record of 309 runs scored in one day of the ‘Super Bowl’ Test, named Don Bradman, was not to be reminded again!
Dhawan, who was 94 runs short of his highest score in ODIs, was one day away. Virender Sehwag, who scored 284 runs in Mumbai against Sri Lanka in 2009, However, Sehwag did not do that, it has been Dhawan. The left-hander has broken the 55-year-old record of Polly Umrigar. The middle order batsman played 172 in the West Indies against West Indies in Port of Spain in 172. Umrigar scored 110 runs in the second session on that day. Nobody could break the record of any Indian batsman in the second session in this year.
Finally Dhawan passed. In the second session, Umargir thrashed 126 runs in 23 fours in the second session. India also went to tea-break after scoring 282 runs for 2 wickets. After a break, however, a slight shock took India in the innings. Captain Virat Kohli returned only after 3 runs However, Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane, who have taken a 113-run stand in the middle, they have managed to push.

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This is Toqui Tahmid a webmaster and sports reporter at Tsmplug



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