Sri Lanka's struggles with Delhi air may be genuine - Dhawan

"It is possible (that their discomfort is genuine)," Dhawan said when asked if he would reconsider India's stance now that he had seen Shami struggle too. "Now only they (Sri Lankans) know (if their concerns have been genuine). Maybe in Sri Lanka the pollution is not that high...


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Who made this guy an expert on air quality and its impact on the human body? What's more what is India really trying to prove? That the air in Delhi is clean? We don't really care so lets get on with cricket.

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