Newcomer Kuldeep Yadav Saturday revealed he had learnt some tricks of the trade from none other than Aussie spin legend Shane Warne, after scripting a memorable debut against Australia in Dharamsala. The chinaman bowler had his rivals in a spin, taking four wickets for 68 runs to help India bowl out the Aussies for 300 on the opening day of the decisive fourth Test in Dharamsala. “If you see the first wicket, it was not a chinaman, it was a flipper that I have learnt from Warne,” said Yadav, 22.  “It’s fun to learn it for him and then dismiss batsmen from his own country. Warne is my idol and I have followed him since childhood, even now I watch his videos. It was a dream come true when I first met and talked to him (Warne). I have continued to follow his advice. Now he has promised me to meet again and hold a training session with me.” (With inputs from AFP)