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MS magic mesmerises Mumbai

DNMUM381076 | 1/11/2017 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :767

Spectators turn up in large numbers to witness Dhoni leading for last time in Indian colours as he puts on a show with 68*
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Mumbai: The spectators grew impatient with every attacking shot that Shikhar Dhawan followed by Ambati Rayudu and Yuvraj Singh played. After walking out for the toss with England skipper Eoin Morgan at 1pm on Tuesday — for the record, Dhoni lost the toss in his final game as a captain of an Indian team — the thousands of spectators who were given free admission for the match had to wait till 4.19pm before getting to see him on the field again.
About half an hour into the game, as Shikhar Dhawan was finding his feet with a well-hooked six off Chris Woakes over long-leg, as young Mandeep Singh was bowled through bat and pad by left-arm quick David Willey, as No. 3 Ambati Rayudu joined the left-handed dashing Delhi opener, the crow
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