“I would like to thank god and my family,” man of the match Dhawan said during the post-match presentation. “It’s a dream come true. When I entered, I was nervous for three-four balls.
Once I got into my rhythm, I played my natural game. Vijay did a great job too,” he said. Dhawan’s century was the fastest by a batsman on debut and the highest by an Indian debutant.
“I wanted to stay at the crease for as long as possible, I didn’t want to throw my wicket away. I will cherish this for the rest of my life,” he said. — IANS
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