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My dream was to get debut cap from MS or Virat: Hooda

I made my debut in the first ODI, It was an amazing feeling. You always work hard for that, before the match I spoke to you. I feel blessed to be part of this side. It was my childhood dream to get cap from either Dhoni or Virat. Getting cap from Kohli was an amazing feeling. I worked on sidelining the distraction and work on my process

Indian debutant Deepak Hooda has said that it was his dream to get his cap from either MS Dhoni or Virat Kohli.

The all-rounder made his debut on the 6 of February against the West Indies. During a conversation with Surya Kumar Yadav after India’s 44 run win against West Indies in the second ODI, The all-rounder said ” I made my debut in the first ODI, It was an amazing feeling. You always work hard for that, before the match I spoke to you. I feel blessed to be part of this side. It was my childhood dream to get cap from either Dhoni or Virat. Getting cap from Kohli was an amazing feeling. I worked on sidelining the distraction and work on my process”

“Good things take time but keep yourself ready. Obviously, it is a blessed feeling to share the dressing room with Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and Rahul Dravid. You always learn so much from them. I am just trying to learn from them. My goal is to keep working on my process with same intent and not to worry about the outcome. added the all-arounder during a video conversation with Surya Kumar Yadav which is streaming on BCCI.TV.

Earlier in the day, India has registered a second straight win against the Windies in the ongoing 3 match ODI series at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Indian team asked to bat first by Windies stand-in skipper Pooran, hosts were at a spot of bother by losing 3 wickets under 50. KL and Surya’s partnership has steadied the Indian batting which eventually had set up a target of 238 chasing which Windies fell short by 44 runs. The third match of the series is scheduled to play on the 11 of February at the same venue.

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