Yuvraj Singh bursts at Indian team management for World Cup loss

Good news for MS Dhoni fans, CSK official gives a big update on 'captain cool'

Good news for MS Dhoni fans, CSK official gives a big update on 'captain cool'

Not just the fact that they were the favourites to lift the title but that they lost chasing a modest target against New Zealand that disappointed people the most.

Yuvraj knows a thing or two about batting at the position having scored tons of runs for India at 4.

The cricketer, who was Man of the Tournament in the 2011 World Cup, also expressed his concern over Ambati Rayudu not getting his due. The selectors, however, unimpressed with his performance on the tours of Australia and New Zealand picked Vijay Shankar for the role instead.

"The team management should have groomed someone". Dhoni hit first ball of 49th over for a six but was run-out on the next delivery, that ended the hopes of team India. But fans are already speculating his retirement for India's loss against New Zealand in World Cup semi-final. "You are looking to go and play the World Cup and suddenly you don't find a place".

Rayudu was through and through backed to be the no.4 batsman even captain Virat Kohli and the likes had expressly stated that in media interactions.

"It was disappointing to watch what they did with Rayudu".

New Zealand opener Martin Guptill said that his game-changing run out of M.S. Dhoni during their 18-run semifinal victory over India was a "lucky" one.

Defending what looked like a below-par total of 239 runs, Kiwi pacers reduced India to 5/3 and then 24/4 before Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya started a fightback that took a match-winning shape under Ravindra Jadeja (77) and MS Dhoni (50) in a sixth-wicket stand of 116. If No. 4 is a crucial position in ODI cricket, if you want someone to do well in that position, you will have to back him.

"Of course, you are not going to win every time". The decisions by the team management during the semi-final are highly criticised now.