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Chennai: Vijay Shankar, who has made a strong case for himself to be included in India’s World Cup bound squad, feels that his biggest takeaway from the Australia and New Zealand series is learning the “art of chasing” from none other than Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Shankar had some decent performances with the bat during the New Zealand leg, now wants to finish games like Dhoni.
“I was happy to be around with the seniors. Just watching them prepare for matches and learning. Moreover, I learnt a lot by watching Dhoni during run chases. I learnt a lot about how to pace an innings, especially during chases. I learnt about his mindset,” Shankar, who returned on Monday, told PTI during an interaction.
For him, it was like living a dream as he shared the dressing room with Dhoni, Kohli and Rohit. (PTI)