Vishwanath, who scored 137 against Australia at Kanpur in 1969, said from Bangalore: “He totally dominated the Aussies. It was a great innings. I don’t mind losing my record (to him). In fact, I am happy that my record was unbeaten for 44 years. I enjoyed his batting thoroughly.”
The ease with which Dhawan played his strokes around the ground, surprised Vishwanath. “It looked as if he has been playing international cricket for a long time,” added Vishwanath.
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