Rishi Dhawan: The performance of Punjab Kings (PBKS) in the IPL 2022 season has been full of ups and downs. Punjab Kings (PBKS) started the season brilliantly, but the winning streak did not continue in the subsequent matches. However, Punjab Kings (PBKS) are number 8 in the points table. Punjab Kings (PBKS) have 3 matches left, Mayank Agarwal’s team will have to win all the matches to keep their playoff hopes alive. Punjab Kings (PBKS) will face Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on Friday night. Punjab Kings (PBKS) included Rishi Dhawan in the playing XI in their last match. Dhawan also did not disappoint his captain. In this match, Rishi Dhawan dismissed Rajasthan Royals (RR) captain Sanju Samson.
‘My domestic tournament performance was ignored’
Rishi Dhawan was not selected by any IPL franchise for 5 consecutive years. Now the pain of Rishi Dhawan has come to the fore. He said that I played IPL for 4 consecutive years, after that I was selected for the Indian team. But after that I could not play IPL for 5 consecutive years, because no team included me in their team. This player of Punjab Kings (PBKS) said that during this time I was consistently performing well in domestic cricket. But my performance was ignored. Since, I was consistently performing well, but still I was not getting opportunities. After that I was very disappointed.
‘My goal is to make a comeback in Team India’
Rishi Dhawan said that during this time I was very broken from inside. It cannot be described in words. When I got a chance to play for the Indian team, I could not perform well. I still feel that I could have done better than this. He further said that I want to return to the Indian team. This 32-year-old player said that winning the domestic trophy for Himachal Pradesh is the best moment of my career. But my target is to play for the Indian team again. By the way, Rishi Dhawan’s performance in domestic cricket has been excellent. But failed to repeat his performance at the international level. In the year 2016, Rishi was selected for the Indian T20 and ODI team. At the same time, in this year’s mega auction, Punjab Kings (PBKS) had named Rishi Dhawan for Rs 55 lakh.
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