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I am very satisfied with this draw says Dhoni

After registering a draw in the 3rd test against Australia, Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni expressed his satisfaction with the team's performance in the third cricket Test at Melbourne which was his last match in the test format after his shocking retirement. Australia set a target of 384 runs and India was able to score 174-6 with Dhoni at crease at the end of the day. With this draw India loss another Test series loss in overseas and Australia regains the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Immediately after the completion of the match Dhoni announced his retirement from Test cricket. Talking in the post press conference, Dhoni said: "As a team you want to win every test. You look for a win, but a draw at the end is good thing as you fight. Their lower order batsmen contributed again and they had enough score to defend. It was very tough to score over 300 runs in the final day”. Former cricketers saying that Dhoni should concentrate on upcoming cricket world cup 2015.


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