Fans are heartbroken seeing MS Dhoni cry after India's failed run chase

Fans are heartbroken seeing MS Dhoni cry after India's failed run chase

Fans are heartbroken seeing MS Dhoni cry after India's failed run chase

While chasing, India got off to a terrible start where they lost their in-form opener Rohit Sharma for mere 1. But one can't kill that passion and desire one yearns for so long to become the World Champion, and die-hard fans bear witness to the glory and grief in the same breath, but altogether for different teams. This was the second time in a row that India exited the World Cup at the semifinal stage. He might have played his last game in national colours but the player of his stature deserves a better send-off. "So they know how to put pressure because they play very consistent cricket and today was an example of that", he added. Chasing a 240-run target, Virat Kohli and Co suffered a big collapse at the start as they lost their first 3 wickets for just 5 runs. Then everybody scores runs. "My heart is heavy as I'm sure yours is too.The support away from home was incredible.Thank you all for painting most of uk blue wherever we played", read Rohit's post. So it's not easy under pressure. It proves now that their middle order can not handle pressure.

Dinesh Karthik took 21 balls to get off the mark as a shell-shocked India looked to rebuild but he was on his way when Jimmy Neesham dived to his left to take a stunner inches off the ground at backward point, following a thick outside edge off Henry. "However, he was unfortunate and couldn't take India to the finals", said Akhtar, in his Youtube channel, had heaped praise on Dhoni. The two went on to share a 116-run stand to revive India's hopes. But Kane Williamson outsmarted India tactically with the way he attacked upfront and the way he set the field. New Zealand has similar pitches like England but because of a few bad performances, he was not included in the team. Any player would know how long he would be able to play global cricket.

Just over two weeks ago, it was Australia celebrating at Lord's as Jason Behrendorff and Mitchell Starc tore through England's batting order to seal victory despite Ben Stokes' valiant 89. When Virat Kohli was asked about the same in the press conference on Wednesday, he cleared that Dhoni has told anything to him about his future plans. Rohit also scored five centuries during the CWC19, the most by a batsman in a single edition of the World Cup.