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Shikhar Dhawan on India's Bowling

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Photo courtesy of Shikhar Dhawan Facebook

Shikhar Dhawan on India's Bowling

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Photo courtesy of Shikhar Dhawan Facebook

Following a brutal loss in Kochi, India's opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan made some public comments about the team's current state of bowling. He acknowledged the fact that India has had issues with bowling in the overs that matter most, but does say he has hope for improvement before the 2015 World Cup.

Improving Late in Matches

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Photo courtesy of Shikhar Dhawan Facebook

Improving Late in Matches

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Photo courtesy of Shikhar Dhawan Facebook

"We are looking to improve our bowling towards the end of the innings," said Dhawan. "We have improved our death-bowling since the England tour. Mohammed Shami took three wickets towards the end in Kochi. Things will get better."

Learning from Mistakes

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Learning from Mistakes

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Photo courtesy of Shikhar Dhawan Facebook

"Last one year has been a learning experience for me as I have seen both success and failure," added Dhawan. "But if you don't know what failure is, you won't be able to enjoy success. I am learning everyday. Those six innings that I failed in the India-England Test series will probably help me to play 50 good innings."