Ravi Shastri on India Star doesn't receive the praise he deserves.

Shikhar Dhawan is leading Team India in the new three-match ODI series against New Zealand . Dhawan scored 72 in the first ODI, scoring a 124-run stand for the first wicket .

Shikhar Dhawan, a left-handed batter, is now leading Team India in the new three-match ODI series against New Zealand.With a knock of 72 in the first ODI, the seasoned pro showed what he's made of against the hosts, scoring a 124-run stand for the first wicket alongside Shubman Gill.Former Team India head coach Ravi Shastri praised Dhawan ahead of the first ODI, saying the left-hander does not receive the respect he so richly deserves.Shastri said during the Pre-Match Coverage of the Prime Video for the first ODI: He is incredibly experienced.

To be clear, the most prominent persons in the news are Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.However, if you take a look at his one-day cricket record and some of his innings against top teams in big games, it's an impressive record.A left-hander at the top makes a huge difference.He is a natural stroke player, he has all the shots for countertop class quick bowling, the pull, the cut, and the drive.

While there are a lot of talented youngsters out there, I think his work will be of value in this game, he said.In the upcoming second ODI, India and New Zealand will face off in the second ODI on Sunday.Sponsored by VuukleDhawan (72), Shreyas Iyer (80), and Shubman Gill (50) all played good knocks, and in the end, Washington Sundars' unbeaten 37-

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