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India vs West Indies: 'Disappointed' after scoring 38 runs, says KL Rahul

DNA Sunday, 25 August 2019
After he was sent back to the pavilion with 38 runs score against West Indies on day three of the ongoing first Test, batsman KL Rahul on Sunday said that he was very disappointed adding that he needs to be patient in order to improve his game.
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