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World Cup | Rahul Gandhi Applauds Team India's Efforts, Omar Abdullah Posts Cryptic Tweet As New Zealand Come Out On Top In The Semifinal

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Published:

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  • As Team India lost the Semi Finals against New Zealand in the World Cup 2019, Twitter is filled with appalauding the performance of Men in Blue
  • Appalauding the efforts of the team, Congress leader Rahul GAndhi said that despite the fact that billion hearts broke, Team India has put a fight
  • NC leader Omar Abdullah posted a cryptic tweet

As Team India lost the Semi Finals against New Zealand in the World Cup 2019, Twitter was filled with appalauding the performance of Men in Blue. Even as the Kiwis won against Team India by 18 runs, Twitter was filled with praises for Ravindra Jadeja whose 77 runs on the scoreboard made all the difference for Indian side which lost its top order in the first few overs. Applauding the efforts of the team, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that despite the fact that billion hearts broke, Team India has put a fight and they deserve oue love and respect. He also congratulated New Zealand for their place in the World Cup Finals. 

Here's his tweet:

In a cryptic tweet, NC leader Omar Abdullah says that even if fatherland lost today motherland had better not lose tomorrow. 

Virat Kohli who had led his side in the tournament so well had an off day in the knockout game. He spoke to media at the end of the Men In Blue's campaign and said that it was disappointing that a short spell of bad Cricket had undone all the good work that had come before.

"First half we were good with ball on the field. We got what we wanted," the skipper said, adding, 'I thought we had restricted New Zealand to a total that was gettable. Then they balled very well in the first half hour.' Coming to India's unlikely but spirited fightback, Kohli was asked whether he thought that MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja could have won the match for India, to which he said, 'For sure. Jaddu had an outstanding couple of games, it was a great show of his skill set. The partnership with Dhoni was outstanding to see.' 'It was a game of margins,' the captain observed, adding that he was disappointed that '45 minutes of bad cricket put us out after so much good cricket' he said speaking about the collapse of the top-order.

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