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A Long Cricket World Cup Is Good, A Team Has The Chance To Bounce Back: Kapil Dev

Cricket World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev feels Virat Kohli should do his best with the team he has been given by the selectors. Winning the first two games will be crucial for the Indian cricket team

A Long Cricket World Cup Is Good, A Team Has The Chance To Bounce Back: Kapil Dev
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A Long Cricket World Cup Is Good, A Team Has The Chance To Bounce Back: Kapil Dev
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2019-05-17T11:33:56+05:30

Legendary Kapil Dev Nikhanj captained India to their maiden World Cup glory in 1983. He still holds the record of being the youngest captain, at 24, to win a World Cup. Now 60, Kapil talks to Qaiser Mohammad Ali on the upcoming World Cup. Excerpts from an exclusive interview:

How do you see the team selected for the World Cup?

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