Shikhar Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer Take Speak Out Challenge Ahead of India vs West Indies 2019 1st ODI; Watch Hilarious Video Shared by BCCI

Vikas Singh Derek

Fun is always part of the lives of cricketers even when they are on national duty. During the ongoing West Indies tour 2019, Indian cricketers Shikhar Dhawan and Shreyas Iyer had a fun time while taking a ‘speak out’ challenge. Both the Delhi Capitals teammates performed the ‘speak out’ challenge wearing mouthpiece in their mouths. Under the challenge, people put a mouthpiece into their mouths and try to speak some phrases, which the other person tries to understand. India vs West Indies 1st ODI 2019: Chris Gayle vs Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Other Exciting Mini Battles to Watch Out for at Guyana. 

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BCCI shared the video of the funny moment on their Twitter account. In the video, both can be seen taking up with challenge with full fun. First, Dhawan takes the challenge and speaks some phrases which the Delhi Capitals skipper tries to understand. With the mouthpiece in his mouth, Dhawan speaks some phrases like “Birds do poop on people's head”, “I mentioned my feeling to my father”, which his teammate understood correctly. However, there were some other phrases which he could not understand. Have a look at the funny video below. Yuzvendra Chahal Makes a Cheeky Remark on Rohit Sharma-Rishabh Pant Interview Shared by BCCI on India vs West Indies Tour. 


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BCCI earlier also shared a video in which Rohit Sharma interviewed Rishabh Pant after latter’s brilliant show in the third T20I against West Indies, which the Virat Kohli and company won by 7 wickets. Pant explained about his batting approach to Sharma in the video. India outclassed the Caribbean side in the T20 series completely and whitewashed them 3-0. Now, the ODI series will start with the first ODI on Thursday at Guyana. Post that, two Test matches will be played.