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News video: India Vs Australia: I am enjoying being the vice-captain of the team says Alex Carey | OneIndia News

India Vs Australia: I am enjoying being the vice-captain of the team says Alex Carey | OneIndia News 01:51

Being an Australian cricket lover, ODI vice-captain Alex Carey on Monday said that he enjoys being the vice-captain of the team. Emphasizing that the role is pretty exhausting but as his love for batting goes, he really enjoys the feeling. I love batting any position. Last series was a good feeling...

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