Shikhar Dhawan gets hit on neck, makes hilarious comment soon after - Watch

In a match that was reduced to a 20-overs-a-side contest due to rains, Samson smashed 91 off 48 balls in an innings that included six fours and seven sixes. Dhawan on the other hand scored a 36-ball 51.
File image of Shikhar Dhawan(Action Images via Reuters)
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Updated on Sep 08, 2019 08:51 AM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent

Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan is one of the characters on a cricket field. Never the one to lose his wits around him, the left-hander was in fine nick during the final unofficial ODI against South Africa ‘A’. During his innings, he attempted to scoop a length ball over the wicket-keeper, but copped a blow on the neck. Well, he walked over to Sanju Samson and said: ‘Ball ko dekh toot gaya hoga’.

Sanju Samson, who batted with Dhawan during India A’s fifth one day match against South Africa A at Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram, said that Dhawan asked him to see if the ball was broken after coping it on the neck during the match.

 

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Dhawan uploaded a video of the incident on his Instagram handle. He was attempting a scoop shot wide outside off stump and bowler Beuran Hendricks followed him through with a short delivery. It hit Dhawan on the neck but he was able to continue playing after the mandatory concussion test.

Samson said in a comment on the video: “After getting hit he says to me... Ball ko dekh toot gaya hoga.” Dhawan replied to his comment saying that even in pain, he has to crack a joke, before lauding Samson for his match winning innings.

In a match that was reduced to a 20-overs-a-side contest due to rains, Samson smashed 91 off 48 balls in an innings that included six fours and seven sixes. Dhawan on the other hand scored a 36-ball 51 and the pair put up 135 runs for the second wicket. South Africa A ended up losing the match by 36 runs.

(With IANS inputs)

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