“It was a great achievement to win the Nidahas trophy as we have young bowling unit and youngsters coming in. We all showed a great character. We lost the first match, but came back strong on the opposition and took it out from there. The way we ended the tournament was quite thrilling. We all loved it, our adrenaline was very high,” Dhawan said on the sidelines of an event.
The Rohit Sharma-led young side suffered a five-wicket defeat in its opening game of the tri-series but bounced back strong to return home with the trophy.
India went into the series in absence of some of its key players like regular skipper Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni and others, while Sri Lanka and Bangladesh had their full regular side.
Now being done with a successful South Africa and Sri Lanka tour, Dhawan is preparing himself for the grand Indian Premier league (IPL) which is starting next month.