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Didn't regret not enforcing follow-on - McCullum

New Zealand had the chance but they rather chose to rest their bowlers to keep them fresh to take 20 wickets instead of enforcing follow-on, a decision which worked out for the good according to their captain

February 9, 2014

Posted by myStraightTalk on (February 10, 2014, 20:10 GMT)

Dont worry. .As far as Dhoni is captain of India any opposition captain can do anything to win the game..

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