Rayudu slams ton as Dhoni, Yuvi take India to 304/4


Team Udayavani, Jan 10, 2017, 5:49 PM IST

Mumbai: Ambati Rayudu struck an unbeaten century, Mahendra Singh Dhoni blasted 40-ball-68 and Yuvraj Singh (56, off 48 balls) also scored half-century as India A scored 304 for 4 in the first warm-up game against England, here today.

Another comeback man Shikhar Dhawan hit 63 off 84 balls while left-arm seamer David Willey took 2 for 55.

Brief Scores: India A 304/4 (Ambati Rayudu 100 retd out, MS Dhoni 68 no, Yuvraj Singh 56, David Willey 2/55) vs England.

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