Gambhir's run out cost India a win: Dhoni

Gambhir's run out cost India a win: Dhoni

Mumbai : India | Feb 14, 2012 at 4:57 AM PST
Source: Daily News & Analysis
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Despite steering India to a last-ball tie in the triangular series match against Sri Lanka, captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Tuesdaytook the blame upon himself saying it was his running out of a well-set Gautam Gambhir that cost his side a win. Needing 237 for victory, India were coasting... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily News & Analysis
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