Kuldeep Yadav and Shikhar Dhawan involved in some hilarious celebration after Mahmadullah’s wicket during India vs Bangladesh Warm-up match
The Indian Cricket Team has finally displayed their good run of form which they had exhibited during the recently concluded Indian Premier League. The fans can take some confidence and breathe easy with the Indian batting performance today after their dismal performance in the previous Warm-up match against New Zealand.
Nevertheless, the current set of Indian players are time and again visibly seen sharing some light-hearted moments on and off the field. One such moment of some good camaraderie and bonhomie among the players was witnessed on Tuesday during the Warm-up match between India and Bangladesh.
What happened exactly?
It all happened during the 36th over of the Bangladesh’s innings. Kuldeep Yadav clean bowled the experienced batsman Mahmadullah as he tried to smack the ball towards the mid-wicket region, by stepping down the track. The perfect ‘You miss, I hit’ sort of a delivery.
What happened post the wicket was hilarious stuff between Shikhar Dhawan and Yadav, which was also a touch embarrassing at least for the commentators. During the celebration post the wicket, Kuldeep tried to bite the Indian opener near the chest area. The duo appeared to be on serious terms for a brief period (obviously in a funny manner) after it. Shikhar too, in an instinctive reaction tried to tickle Kuldeep as the two exhibited the beautiful ‘Bromance’ that they apparently share in particular, and the entire team in general.
Earlier, India posted a mammoth score of 359/7 in their 50 overs courtesy a couple of phenomenal knocks from MS Dhoni (113 off 78) and KL Rahul (108 off 99) after the top 3 again went back in the hut within a span of 20 overs.
At the time of writing, Bangladesh were reeling at 242/8 after 46.3 overs. Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal picked up 3 and 2 wickets respectively providing India some much needed confidence in the spin department.
— Gurpreet Singh (@Gurpreet_1296) May 28, 2019
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