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Not happy with draw, says Hooda

DNMUM400679 | 11/13/2017 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :143

Mumbai: Baroda’s young captain Deepak Hooda was not really pleased with just the three points from the drawn game against Mumbai. “Not really happy with the draw,” Hooda said. “But, you cannot ask for more. As a young side, the team did well.”
Hooda operated his spinners for a large part of the day. “There was not much for the bowlers on the pitch. It became flat. The ball was not moving. I bowled the spinners so they could send in their overs quickly and we would have had more overs at the batsmen,” he said.
“It feels good to play against a good side that plays competitive cricket. The confidence we have gained from this game will keep us in good stead in the future games,” the 22-ear-old said.
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