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Dinesh Karthik reveals reason for not giving strike to Krunal Pandya in final over in 3rd T20I against New Zealand

DNA Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Dinesh Karthik reveals reason for not giving strike to Krunal Pandya in final over in 3rd T20I against New ZealandDinesh Karthik refused a single to Krunal Pandya off the third ball of the final over of India vs New Zealand 3rd T20I.
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