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CHECK OUT SHIKHAR DHAWAN'S AMAZING TATTOOS AND THE HIDDEN MEANINGS

  • Apr 20, 2020
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SHIKHAR DHAWAN'S AMAZING TATTOOSShikhar Dhawan is an Indian cricketer. He is a left-handed opening batsman and occasionally plays right-arm off-break bowler. Dhawan plays for Delhi in domestic cricket and for the Delhi Capitals team in the IPL (Indian Premier League). Shikhar Dhawan has earlier played for the Indian Under-17 and Under-19 teams before he made his debut for Delhi in the year 2004.Shikhar Dhawan is one of the Indian cricketers who sports tattoos on many parts of his body, especially on his biceps. He loves tattoos and is addicted to getting inked, and so does his half-Bengali wife. Shikhar Dhawan got his first tattoo at the age of 15. He got the tattoo without telling his parents.1. His Religious TattoosShikhar Dhawan got the figures from the Indian mythology including Arjuna (the character from Mahabharat that signifies determination). He also got the tattoos of Lord Shiva and Baba Deep Singh inked on the elbow of his right arm.2. The Carpe Diem TattooShikhar Dhawan got the tattoo of a ‘Carpe Diem’ inked on the back of his left arm. The tattoo symbolizes his urge to make the most of his time at present and not worry about what will happen in the future.3. The Tribal DesignShikhar Dhawan really likes cool tribal designs and that's why he got a tribal design inked on his right shoulder and another one on his back.4.The Bird TattooShikhar Dhawan got the tattoo of a bird along with a leafless tree inked on his left calf.5.Tattoo of His Wife’s NameShikhar Dhawan got the tattoo of his wife’s name, Ayesha inked on his left wrist.  This tattoo shows his gesture of love for his wife. Shikhar Dhawan married his wife Ayesha Mukherjee the year 2012.Read More: CHECK OUT HARDIK PANDYA'S AMAZING TATTOOS AND THE HIDDEN MEANINGS

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DC vs SRH 2020, Delhi Capitals Beat Sunrisers Hyderabad to Reach Maiden IPL Final

  • Nov 09, 2020
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Shikhar Dhawan's fierce half-century and the full spectacle of Marcus Stoinis led the Delhi Capitals to the first Indian Premier League final, surviving some moments of anxiety before winning 17 times in the second qualifiers in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. . Impressive counterpunches from Ken Williamson (67) and Abdul Samad (33) threatened to destroy the hopes of the Delhi Capitals, but the timely firing of Stoinis for the Kiwi hitter put him in his favor. The Capitals will now challenge the Indians in Mumbai for the title on Tuesday, having lost to them in their first qualifiers.Shikhar Dhawan in his form broke 78 out of 49 balls to help the Capitals score 189 challenges out of three after choosing to hit. Promoted to open roles, Stoinis added 86 rides with Dhawan and then took three wickets for 26 rounds in the SRH race chase. Each step succeeded in the capitals on Sunday as Shimron Hitmire, who was appointed, also helped the team win a 42-time race unbeaten. Rapada eliminated dangerous player David Warner - 2 - with his first balls to give the capital the start he wanted.Manish Pandey - 21 - and Priyam Garg - 17 - hit the ball beautifully and confidently in their small 31-round position, but Stoinis shot them in the space of three balls. All three windows were within five behind the SRH. The Delhi spinning duo of Aksar Patel and Praveen Dube also played well while maintaining control of the actions.Williamson and Jason Holder kept one or two strokes and odd strokes. The Kiwi hitter began hitting with remarkable ease and his tough game against spinners kept SRH in the chase. However, Holder came out while attempting a superb shot against Patel.Williamson wrapped up his 50s with Patel's song. He got good support from Abdul Samad, who crushed Norte by two quarters and six.SRH needed 61 of the last five more times and asked Williamson to do the job. Stoinis turned him back, knocking him off a wide ball that hit Rapada directly in order to take cover. Rapada - 29/4 - Then run down the SRH standings to settle the capitals match.Previously, Captain Shreyas Iyer, 21, wasn't doing much. Dhawan, in his fast-paced innings, hit sixty-four. He added 52 runs to the third wicket with Hetmyer before his nearest Sandeep Sharma fired it - 1/30.SRH's dirty way also helped in the capitals, as they dropped Stoinis early in turns and gave them some free kicks. SRH also wiped out Dhawan in the end, though it didn't cost them much.Once again, the Afghani Rashid Khan Roundabout (26/1) was the most effective marksman, although T. Natarajan played well in the big hurdles.Stoinis, after being defeated by Jason Holder against Sandeep in midfield, punished the SRH players with a series of restraints.Stoinis, with three at the time, was well organized by Sandeep, but he didn't take the opportunity. Holder, who was later reprimanded by Stoinis, who had 18 West Indies field three, four, and six.Sandeep was initially flawless with his long balls, but then he veered off and was punished by Dhawan.Spinner Shabaz Nadeem came out to launch the latest version of Powerplay and ended up losing 14 times as DC hit 65 without losing.Warner moved the bowlers around the ball and handed the ball to Rashid and Natrajan. The Afghan spinner gave them the breakthrough with the eighth ball as he threw a Stoinis ball. Dhawan increased his fifty-six from Nadim.Iyer ran into trouble with the ball's timing and Holder quickly sent him off.  Also Read: Virat Kohli: Superb looking tattoos and their meaning