Shreyas Iyer and Shikhar Dhawan taking up the ‘Speak Out’ challenge will leave you in splits
The duo also had a lot of fun.
Published - Aug 9, 2019 11:05 am | Updated - Aug 9, 2019 11:05 am
Team India is currently in the West Indies playing the three-match ODI series and will also play two Tests later on the tour. They have already won the three-match T20 Internationals, two of which were playing at Lauderhill, Florida. The first ODI, however, was washed out with only 13 overs being played on Thursday and the team will be eager to get on the park in the second match. Amidst the hectic tour, the Indian players are also having some fun in the Caribbean island and a video of Shikhar Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer doing the same is going viral.
The duo took up the ‘Speak Out’ challenge in which they were told to wear a mouthpiece and speak some dialogues. The outcome was hilarious as some of the words were extremely tough to pronounce and understand. It was Shikhar Dhawan’s turn first up and the southpaw tried his best to explain some of the lines and dialogues to his partner Iyer. Even Iyer, when his turn eventually came, did his bit but both of them were left in splits while trying the challenge.
The BCCI has released the video on its official website and the fans are going gaga over the same on the social media at the moment.
Here’s the video:
MUST WATCH – The "Speak Out" Challenge feat. @SDhawan25 & Shreyas ????????
This will surely leave you in splits ☺️???? – by @28anand
— BCCI (@BCCI) August 8, 2019
Iyer and Dhawan on WI tour
Shikhar Dhawan made a comeback on this tour after being ruled out of the World Cup midway due to the finger injury. He had scored a magnificent century against Australia but was hit on the finger in the same innings which sealed his fate. His comeback hasn’t been so encouraging as the left-hander failed in all the three T20Is and didn’t get to bat in the first ODI.
Meanwhile, Shreyas Iyer didn’t get a chance to showcase his skills in the T20I series but was included in the playing XI in the first ODI. He was set to bat at the much-debated number four but didn’t get to bat thanks to persistent rain which led to the match being called off.