Zaheer Khan joins the ‘Break the Beard’ trend and sports a new look
Meanwhile, Zaheer wasn’t at the best of his game during the recently concluded group stages of IPL 10.
by Arya Author
Published - May 18, 2017 4:55 pm | Updated - May 18, 2017 4:55 pm
Former Indian cricketer and the captain of Delhi Daredevils in IPL, Zaheer Khan sported a new look and posted a video on the same on his twitter handle. Just like most other Indian cricketers, Zaheer decided to finally get rid of his black and grey beard and it was a total new make-over. Taking to his twitter handle, Zaheer posted a video where he is seen changing his hair and beard style. While the hair got cut from the sides, he was totally clean shaven.
A few days earlier Team India all-rounder Hardik Pandya had posted a similar sort of a video where he was seen changing his makeover. Pandya though cut his beard totally but decided to sport the moustache. It has become a trend of sorts as many Indian cricketers have decided to get rid of their facial hair.
The only exception remains the Indian captain Virat Kohli who still continues to have a thick and stylish beard. Ajinkya Rahane too decided to go for the clean shave and some people might have mistaken him for someone else seeing him in an all new avatar on the field.
Yet again a lacklustre season for Delhi Daredevils
Meanwhile, Zaheer wasn’t at the best of his game during the recently concluded group stages of IPL 10. He failed to inspire his franchise and eventually they bowed out of the tournament much before the playoffs started. The team had the likes of some serious power hitters and an impressive bowling line-up but despite having a strong team they failed to gel in the crucial junctures which again cost them badly.
They showed glimpses of their abilities but couldn’t carry it on for a longer period of time. Rishabh Pant played some sensational innings, nothing better than the 97 of 42 he scored against the Gujarat Lions but his problem has also been the consistency. The southpaw had a topsy-turvy season and so was the case with most of the young batsmen.
— zaheer khan (@ImZaheer) May 18, 2017