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Shikhar Dhawan gives a new name to Virat Kohli And MS Dhoni and you will love it!

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 26 June 2018, 13:08 IST

Virat Kohli's juggernaut departed to England with flying colours for rivalary tour against Ireland and England starting on Friday.

The 'Gabbar' of Indian cricket team Shikhar Dhawan posted the video on instagram where is singing the song like – Mere Do Anmol Ratan, Ek Hai Ram To Ek Lakhan.

Suprisingly, Shikhar Dhawan dedicating these songs to Virat and Dhoni something which is really charming. Have a quick look at the video-

Team India will play two day T20 international series against Ireland on June 27 and June 29 before they play a limited-overs series and Tests game against England.

India will play three T20Is games against England. They will then play three ODIs before the commencement of the high-profile five-match Test series.

Indian skipper Virat Kohli cited that "This is a team game. It doesn't matter how I perform or how one player stands out in the whole tour. We, as a team, have to play well. In the upcoming tour of England, our focus will be on how we can perform well as a team"

After the statement of former Indian coach Anil Kumble " We have world best spinners", Indian skipper Virat Kolhi said that swing is problem for every team not just for Indians ahead of England and Ireland tour.

Indian skipper Virat Kohli cited that "I am 100% fine now & absolutely ready to go. My neck is fine now. I've had good practice & played 6-7 sessions in Mumbai. Breaks like these make you fresh mentally. It has made me excited to go back on to the pitch again: Virat Kohli".

Indian skipper Virat Kohli cited that "This is a team game. It doesn't matter how I perform or how one player stands out in the whole tour. We, as a team, have to play well. In the upcoming tour of England, our focus will be on how we can perform well as a team"

Virat Kohli further said that "Swing is a problem for every team, not just for Indians, If the team has momentum then you can do anything: Virat Kohli, ahead of Ireland-England tour".

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First published: 26 June 2018, 13:08 IST
 
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