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#IndvsAus: Why everyone can't appreciate the Sydney result and Stump mic Pain'e

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#IndvsAus: Why everyone can't appreciate the Sydney result and Stump mic Pain'e

#IndvsAus: Why everyone can't appreciate the Sydney result and Stump mic Pain'e

Hindustan Times' Senior Associate Editor, Rasesh Mandani poses two cricket questions of your interest, every week.

In this video he offers a dummies guide to understand the Sydney test draw, celebrating a special Indian cricket performance, which not everyone could appreciate.

The second question is on Australian captain Tim Paine and his problems with the stump mic.


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