ICC World Cup 2019: Dhoni’s slow batting

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ICC World Cup 2019: Jadeja played 77 runs in 59 balls, but on the other hand, Dhoni continued to bat slow and could not even change the strike.

ICC World Cup 2019: India lost to New Zealand in the World Cup semifinal match played at Manchester’s Old Trafford ground on Wednesday (July 10, 2019).

New Zealand won by 18 runs in this match. In this match, wicketkeeper-batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni is being trolled fast on social media for his slow batting. Dhoni played half-century in the match, but on the other side Ravindra Jadeja could not get as much as the fans were expecting.

Jadeja played 77 balls in 59 balls, but on the other hand Dhoni continued to bat slow and could not even strike the strike.

On Dhoni’s display, a user said, “Dhoni is a good finisher, but this time he has finished the journey of India in the World Cup.”

Explain that Matt Henry took three wickets for New Zealand in the match. In this match, New Zealand has given India a target of 240 runs.

The New Zealand team could add only 28 runs to the yesterday’s score in the rain-infused semi-final. Having scored 211 for five, the New Zealand team put on the same chase in the remaining 23 balls.

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Ravindra Jadeja thrashed Ross Taylor off the mid-wicket in the semifinals being played on the reserve day. Taylor scored 74 runs in 90 balls.

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