Jadeja obliged, clubbing four fours and as many sixes, before holing out to long-off off Trent Boult and though Dhoni attempted to up the ante, the veteran was run out following a direct hit from Martin Guptill in the penultimate over as India's hopes vanished. "It was an overhang into the Lord's game and then when we came here we managed to produce something similar to the cricket we have been playing over the last four years and that was really encouraging".
Even after Team India lost the semifinals and knocked out of ICC World Cup 2019, Indian Cricket fans didn't stop supporting them and flooded the social media platforms with wholehearted gestures and comments. The ball was just clipping the bails and he was given out by the on-field umpire. But Jadeja departed after scoring a wonderful 77 and it all depended on Dhoni to see India through. Australia missed out on top spot after losing to South Africa in their final group game but largely impressed during the group stages, Starc leading the wicket-taking list with 26. If Australia wins, it will be a repeat of the 2015 final won by the Australians in Melbourne.
"But we turn up on the day and anybody can beat anybody".
"I'm sure people back home are pretty excited and, you know, another great opportunity to play in a World Cup final".
"We want to reflect on the good things we did in this match and the things we want to improve on. It's been an enjoyable ride, but the feet are on the ground and we look forward to our next challenge".
They thought they would win the game, because 240 was an easy target for them.
"The passion for the game in India is unrivalled and we are all fortunate to have a country like India be right behind this sport".
Sharma, the Cricket World Cup's top run-scorer with 648, edged Matt Henry behind off the fourth ball of his innings. "Hopefully we can adopt 1.5 billion supporters and they'll be behind us on Sunday", Williamson signed off.
While on one hand, former Pakistani speedster Shoaib Akhtar termed M.S. Dhoni as an "absolute legend" following India's defeat to New Zealand in the semifinals of the ongoing World Cup, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry stooped to new low saying the former India skipper deserved the "disgraceful exit".