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Dhawan dishes out a birthday special

DNMUM402455 | 12/6/2017 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :370



New Delhi: Birthday boy Shikhar Dhawan could not have asked for a better bash than on Tuesday.
Scoring a brisk 67 that ensured that his team team could march towards yet another Test and series victory, the Delhi opener sure celebrated his 32nd birthday in style. Dhawan was at his aggressive best during his 91-ball 67, India’s top-scorer in the second innings.
Confident that his bowlers get the job done on Wednesday, Dhawan said that there were instructions from the dressing room to score quickly in India’s second outing early on Tuesday.
“There was an instruction to score quick runs so that we can have enough runs to put Sri Lanka on again today (Tuesday) itself. We had to shift gears, otherwise I would have batted differentl
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