World cup 2019 – India Team from New Zealand due to these mistakes

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The match will be held in New Zealand’s final on Thursday with the winner of the second semi-final between Australia and England.

In this match, New Zealand won the toss and batted first and managed to score 239 runs in 8 wickets. Chasing 240 runs, Team India stacked on 221 runs in 49.3 overs.

world cup 2019: The Indian team lost by 18 runs in the semifinal match against New Zealand.

The match will be held in New Zealand’s final on Thursday with the winner of the second semi-final between Australia and England.

In this match, New Zealand won the toss and batted first and managed to score 239 runs in 8 wickets.

Chasing 240 runs, Team India stacked on 221 runs in 49.3 overs.

world cup 2019: The Indian team lost by 18 runs in the semifinal match against New Zealand.

With this defeat, the team is out of the World Cup. Similar was the case with India in the 2015 World Cup, then India lost to Australia in the semi-finals. With this win, New Zealand reached the World Cup final for the second time in a row.

The match will be held in New Zealand’s final on Thursday with the winner of the second semi-final between Australia and England. In this match, New Zealand won the toss and batted first and managed to score 239 runs in 8 wickets.

Chasing 240 runs, Team India stacked on 221 runs in 49.3 overs. Let’s take a look at five major reasons for India’s defeat.

Matt Henry’s fantastic spell: This match was a memorable one for New Zealand fast bowler Matt Henry. In the 10 overs spell, Henry hit 3 big wickets with 37 runs.

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Henry did the job of bringing Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Dinesh Karthik back to India. Henry was also joined by Trent Bolt from the other end, Bolt lbw Indian captain Virat Kohli to LBW. After the initial 4 wickets fell, it was very difficult for India to return to the match.

Virat Kohli remained unbeaten: Virat Kohli’s lbw out on Trent Bolt’s ball was the biggest blow to India. Kohli scored a run in 6 balls and LBW was out and he took a review.

In the review, the ball was touched by the wicket and Virat Kohli was dismissed under umpire calls. In the form of Virat, the Indian team lost their second wicket at the score of 5. Along with Kohli, KL Rahul also played out of a bad shot.

Rishabh Pant threw at the wrong time: 47-run partnership between the young wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya on a delicate occasion. Rishabh Pant had a golden chance to cash in on this occasion, but he could not do it.

In an effort to put a six on the ball of Pant Mitchell Stenner, Colin de Grantham sat on his catch near the boundary line. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli in the dressing room watching this shot of Rishabh Pant were also surprised.

Jadeja lost his wicket due to pressure: Ravindra Jadeja, the highest run scorer in India, has scored the runs. Jadeja scored 77 runs in 59 balls and was caught out in 48th over. Due to the run rate increase, Jadeja had to increase the pace of runs and he was out in this endeavor.

Dhoni’s run out reversed match: 116 runs partnership between Dhoni and Jadeja gave the Indian team very close to victory. India needed 32 runs to win in the last two overs.

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On the first ball of the 49th over, Dhoni made a strong six, but he was run out in an attempt to steer two runs off the third ball of the over. The match went completely from here to New Zealand’s grip.

world cup 2019: The Indian team lost by 18 runs in the semifinal match against New Zealand.

With this defeat, the team is out of the World Cup. Similar was the case with India in the 2015 World Cup, then India lost to Australia in the semi-finals. With this win, New Zealand reached the World Cup final for the second time in a row.

The match will be held in New Zealand’s final on Thursday with the winner of the second semi-final between Australia and England. In this match, New Zealand won the toss and batted first and managed to score 239 runs in 8 wickets.

Chasing 240 runs, Team India stacked on 221 runs in 49.3 overs. Let’s take a look at five major reasons for India’s defeat.

Matt Henry’s fantastic spell: This match was a memorable one for New Zealand fast bowler Matt Henry. In the 10 overs spell, Henry hit 3 big wickets with 37 runs.

Henry did the job of bringing Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, and Dinesh Karthik back to India. Henry was also joined by Trent Bolt from the other end, Bolt lbw Indian captain Virat Kohli to LBW. After the initial 4 wickets fell, it was very difficult for India to return to the match.

Virat Kohli remained unbeaten: Virat Kohli’s lbw out on Trent Bolt’s ball was the biggest blow to India. Kohli scored a run in 6 balls and LBW was out and he took a review.

In the review, the ball was touched by the wicket and Virat Kohli was dismissed under umpire calls. In the form of Virat, the Indian team lost their second wicket at the score of 5. Along with Kohli, KL Rahul also played out of a bad shot.

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Rishabh Pant threw at the wrong time: 47-run partnership between the young wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya on a delicate occasion. Rishabh Pant had a golden chance to cash in on this occasion, but he could not do it.

In an effort to put a six on the ball of Pant Mitchell Stenner, Colin de Grantham sat on his catch near the boundary line. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli in the dressing room watching this shot of Rishabh Pant were also surprised.

Jadeja lost his wicket due to pressure: Ravindra Jadeja, the highest run scorer in India, has scored the runs. Jadeja scored 77 runs in 59 balls and was caught out in 48th over. Due to the run rate increase, Jadeja had to increase the pace of runs and he was out in this endeavor.

Dhoni’s run out reversed match: 116 runs partnership between Dhoni and Jadeja gave the Indian team very close to victory. India needed 32 runs to win in the last two overs.

On the first ball of the 49th over, Dhoni made a strong six, but he was run out in an attempt to steer two runs off the third ball of the over. The match went completely from here to New Zealand’s grip.

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