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MS Dhoni vows to let Virat Kohli lead from the front for India against England in one-day series

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MS Dhoni vows to let Virat Kohli lead from the front for India against England in one-day seriesMahendra Singh Dhoni admits he will have to be careful over how much influence he exerts in the field against England after passing the Indian one-day captaincy to Virat Kohli.
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Virat Kohli started 2017 from where he left, cracking his 27th One Day International century of his career to set up a famous win for India against England in the 1st ODI in Pune. Captaining in his first ODI, Kohli’s match winning knock of 122 helped him equal Sachin Tendulkar’s record of...

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