World Cup | 'England Could Have Called New Zealand For A Joint Portrait,' Suggests Anand Mahindra on 'questionable' Boundaries Rule

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Amid all the controversy regarding the World Cup finals, Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to express how he feels about the chain of events.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

England found cricketing bliss by dint of divine intervention and Ben Stokes' brilliance, cracking a code that proved indecipherable for 44 years as history sliced through teary-eyed New Zealand's grasp in a World Cup final that will be remembered for ages. England won it via Super Over on boundary count.

There has been a lot of controversy stirring around the events that went down during the final of the quadrennial tournament. Fans and experts have been in denial and are furious as the result of a match with such high stakes was decided by which team hit more boundaries. Fans also want a review of the overthrow rules after Ben Stokes was awarded six runs as the ball was deflected from his bat while he was completing a run and it touched the boundary ropes.

Amid all the chaos, Mahindra and Mahindra chief Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to express how he feels about the chain of events. He said that although it’s hard to go back in time, it would have been a great gesture by the England team to call the Kiwis to come together for a portrait of them jointly holding the Cup.

Read the tweet here:

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The netizens loved the thought and were all with Anand Mahindra. Here's what they said:

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