India bowed out of the ICC Global Cup 2019 after shedding to New Zealand via 18 runs within the first semi-final on Wednesday.
Gritty half-centuries from Ravindra Jadeja and MS Dhoni went in useless as India have been bundled out for 221 runs in 49.three overs.
India misplaced their most sensible 3 batsmen for simply 5 runs within first 4 overs as Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul may just rating only one run every.
Within the latter 1/2 of the innings, Dhoni and Jadeja stitched a 116-run stand off handiest 17.2 overs to stay India within the chase. India wanted 32 runs off remaining 13 balls when the duo were given out in fast succession whilst seeking to up the ante. From there on, India couldn’t get better and sooner or later fell 18 runs in need of the 240-run goal.
— ICC (@ICC) July 11, 2019
After India’s heartbreaking loss, cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to precise his feeling. Posting an emoji of a damaged middle, the mythical batsman praised Dhoni and Jadeja as he wrote:
“💔 identical to each and every 🇮🇳 supporter.A excellent battle post via @imjadeja & @msdhoni however @BLACKCAPS have been outstanding nowadays. Congrats to 🇳🇿 on making it to the Finals & the entire very best for a similar. I felt #KaneWilliamson’s captaincy & composure performed a a very powerful position on this consequence.”
💔 identical to each and every 🇮🇳 supporter.
A excellent battle post via @imjadeja & @msdhoni however @BLACKCAPS have been outstanding nowadays.
Congrats to 🇳🇿 on making it to the Finals & the entire very best for a similar.
I felt #KaneWilliamson’s captaincy & composure performed a a very powerful position on this consequence.#NZvIND pic.twitter.com/3sUlW21cgN
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) July 10, 2019
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