Asia Cup 2018: Shikhar Dhawan reveals his "Best Moment" of the Final

Shikhar Dhawan amassed 342 runs in five Asia Cup 2018 matches at an impressive average of 68.80.

Shikhar Dhawan with his son | Getty Images

Shikhar Dhawan has revealed on Saturday (September 29) his best moment of the Asia Cup 2018 final after India’s record 7th title win in Dubai on Friday.

The opener was adjudged the man of the series for his outstanding efforts with the willow in the six-nation tournament, as he amassed 342 runs in five matches at an impressive average of 68.80.

However, the left-hander could not make a significant contribution in the final against Bangladesh, scoring only 15 runs, though, the middle-order clicked on the time and helped the Men in Blue to cross the line by 3-wickets here in Dubai.

Following the celebration of winning the title, Dhawan shared a light moment with his son Zoraver, saying it was one of his "best moment" from the finale night.

On Saturday, the 32-year-old shared a picture of himself with his son lifting the Asia Cup trophy on his official Instagram handle with a caption, “Holding the trophy with my son #Zoraver was one of the best moments of the night. A great series, fantastic finals and #Asiacup stays with us. #teamindia #asiacup2018 #champions.”

Meanwhile, Dhawan said that he really enjoyed batting throughout the One Day International tournament in the post-match press conference. The opener added, “Yeah I enjoyed this tournament. Fantastic final. Good tournament for me, enjoyed my batting, and hope to continue the same way. I enjoy playing it in a cool and matured manner.”

Dhawan signed off by saying, “I was playing more calmly this time, and I want consistency and elegance at the same time. Rohit and I keep switching the aggressor's role sometimes, and I congratulate him for having a fantastic Asia Cup too.”

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By Rashmi Nanda - 29 Sep, 2018

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