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One of the saddest days: Ravindra Jadeja recalls India’s 2019 WC exit

 

New Delhi: India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja on Friday recalled the workforce’s heart-wrenching loss in the 2019 World Cup semi-final in opposition to New Zealand.

Last 12 months, on today, the Men in Blue had crashed out of the World Cup as New Zealand defeated them by 18 runs at Old Trafford in Manchester.

“We try our best but still fall short sometimes. One of the saddest days!” tweeted Jadeja together with an image of his from that sport.
https://twitter.com/imjadeja/status/1281476137122705408

In the last-four conflict which needed to be performed over two days as a result of of rain, New Zealand posted 239/eight after which bowled out India for 221 runs to enter the summit conflict the place they misplaced to eventual champions England in a nail-biting encounter at the iconic Lord’s.

Former Australia cricketer-turned-coach Tom Moody just lately mentioned that India “sabotaged” their World Cup marketing campaign by creating uncertainties inside the workforce. The workforce had a dominant run in the round-robin stage and had misplaced only one match earlier than the semi-finals.

“One of the huge challenges India has to face, they like it or not, is the expectation on their talent. There is no question India has got more talent by a long stretch than any country playing our game, but sometimes that can be a burden,” Moody informed Cricbuzz.

“When you’ve got too many gamers to select from, you may cloud your pondering and philosophy on the way you need to plan, how you’re feeling you must play to win a selected event.

“It appears that India was able to play the event 12 months in the past however to the lead as much as the precise begin of the event did their perfect to sabotage their hopes of profitable that event by altering batting orders, altering personnel inside the batting order, creating uncertainty amongst the complete taking part in group,” added the 54-year-old.

The semi-final loss to New Zealand additionally noticed M.S. Dhoni’s final look on the cricket subject as he has been on a sabbatical since then. He was anticipated to make his comeback in the nationwide workforce with IPL 2020 however that additionally stands indefinitely postponed attributable to COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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