Shikhar Dhawan continued his magnificent run in the shortest format of the game as he blasted his second consecutive fifty, sixth overall to guide India to a comfortable win over Bangladesh in the Nidahas Trophy Twenty20 tri-series on Thursday. Bangladesh’s bowlers made the mistake of pitching too short to Dhawan and he made them pay. Taskin Ahmed’s two consecutive short balls were dispatched for a six and a four by Dhawan to fine leg. READ | Shikhar Dhawan continues fine run, India thrash Bangladesh in Nidahas Trophy 2018Dhawan has been in magnificent form in Twenty20s in 2018, registering scores of 72, 24 and 47 in the Twenty20 International series against South Africa which India won 2-1. The 32-year-old started the Nidahas Trophy in style by slamming his highest individual score of 90 against Sri Lanka but India lost the match by five wickets.
Source: Hindustan Times March 08, 2018 17:26 UTC