Yograj Singh blames MS Dhoni for India's World Cup semi-final elimination

New Zealand players celebrate after India's MS Dhoni is run out during the ICC World Cup Semi Final at Old Trafford Manchester

New Zealand celebrate after MS Dhoni is run out More

India faced New Zealand in Manchester on Tuesday for the ICC Men's World Cup semi-final.

Pakistan lost to India by 124 runs via the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method in the group stage of the Champions Trophy, but the men in green absolutely demolished their arch-rivals by 180 runs in the final.

With India at 5-3 and then 92-6, the Kiwi's thought they were closing in on victory, before MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja dug in to breathe new life into the chase. Throughout these matches, different teams and players have taught us things that we can embed in our personal and professional lives to become a better person in personal and professional life.

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Jadeja put on 116 runs with MS Dhoni, who made 50, for the seventh wicket to raise hopes of a fightback, but the Black Caps held their nerve in the closing stages. The team didn't give up on any of their games and performed well against the tough team such as India, Australia, and England.

New Zealand went into this semi-final as huge underdogs against the might of India, some even questioning their place in the final four of the competition. Many of them are also a viciously irrational bunch, as has been evident since India's "shock" departure from the World Cup in the hands of a New Zealand side that successfully asphyxiated the "world's strongest batting order" in the first semifinal.

Henry took three wickets while Santner and Boult picked two wickets each. It was just a matter of time when the top three, including the two prolific run-getters Sharma and Kohli, would be having an off day.

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Indian batsman Rohit Sharma acknowledged that his team "failed to deliver when it mattered" in the lost World Cup semifinal clash against New Zealand, saying his "heart is heavy" after the disappointment.

New Zealand managed to get to 239 runs for the loss of eight wickets after resuming today and playing the remaining 23 balls of their innings.

At 92-6 Dhoni and Jadeja dug in in an attempt to rescue the situation. Sanjay Manjrekar wondered. The World Cup crisis is only getting worse.

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Williamson needs 101 runs to break Sharma's feat. This was a huge disappointment for all Indian cricket fans all over the world. Bhuvneshwar Kumar was the most economical bowler for the Indians returning with figures of 1 for 44 off 10 overs.

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