ODI World Cup Semi Final 2019, Why was India defeated
Winning is also a game in the world, in which the talent and hard work of the players matters the most, but in cricket, this formula is not fully applicable now, because no matter how good the batsman or bowler is in form, but the weather is bad and it rains. So after that the mood of the pitch changes, the ball falling on the ground hits the bat in a new way, the number of fours coming out of the bat decreases because the speed of the ball on the ground decreases due to change of weather.
Tose is also given importance for the same reason because there is a lot of difference between batting or bowling in the morning and evening and the same difference was also seen on 9 July 2019 when Team India, who reached the semi-finals of the ODI World Cup, lost the toss and New Zealand, batting first, scored 239 runs for eight wickets, the team could only score 211 runs for five wickets in 46.1 overs that it rained, so the match was completed on the reserve day the next day.
On this day, New Zealand gave India a target of 240 runs, in response to this, Team India could only score 221 runs in 49.3 overs. In that match, New Zealand’s Ross Taylor scored 74 and captain Kane Williamson scored 66 runs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar scored the most. Jaspreet Bumrah took three wickets, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja and Yuzvendra Chahal got one wicket each.
In response, Jadeja scored 77 and Mahendra Singh Dhoni scored 50 runs for Team India, there was a 116-run partnership for the seventh wicket between the two, but the team could not win, the most important thing was that India’s batting order started. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli returned to Dublin after scoring one run each Dinesh Karthik could contribute only six runs except Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja no batsman could even score a respectable score
Dhoni and Jadeja scored 50 and 77 to take the team to a fighting score, although only two to three batsmen could perform well for New Zealand, but their bowlers performed well and took the match to their court. K Matt Henry took three wickets while Trent Boult and Mutual Santner took two wickets. Friends, even after the defeat in this match,
the team had to face a lot of humiliation. Some plans were questioned after being out of the World Cup, he said Was that India lacked the right strategy Inexperienced middle order hurt Virat Kohli and his team Vijay Shankar and Rishabh Pant who were then new to international cricket should not have been kept at number four to bat Same show
Yuvraj had told Sanjay Manjrekar that when we won the Cricket World Cup in 2011, at that time we all had certain places to bat but in the 2019 Cricket World Cup, I did not feel like such players in the 2019 World Cup. Opportunities were given to those who did not have much experience. Every player’s place should be fixed. In franchise cricket, our batsmen bat well in the middle order, but this was not seen in the 2019 World Cup. And also count the reasons like when the team 3.
Struggling for three wickets in 1 over, scoring five runs, when Dinesh Karthik came to bat and Karthik was playing only his second match in this World Cup, it was inconceivable to send him to bat at that time. He appeared to be struggling, scoring only six runs off 25 balls. When Karthik was out, the team was struggling badly, losing four wickets for 24 runs in 10 overs,
yet Dhoni was not sent. Pandya batted carefully but in this situation Dhoni should have been sent to bat, similarly when Panth was batting, he was very confident but he got out by playing the wrong shot. Chahal’s bowling was also poor in this match, he lost 43 runs on such a wicket It was also difficult to score runs, both the teams were playing three spin bowlers, Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravindra Jadeja and Mitchell Santner, Jadeja gave 34 runs in 10 overs and took one wicket,
while Santner also gave 34 runs in 10 overs and took two wickets Shock means both of them have given the winning runs in 20 overs, Chahal has given them in 10 overs only. Apart from this, another reason for the defeat was also the weather, because before the rain, when the team had momentum, then it started raining. The team would have won the match, friends,
the next day due to rain, the outfield was also slow, so the ball was not going fast on the boundary, after that the final of England and New Zealand was played at Lord’s, the historical and Mecca of cricket in London. In this high voltage match, England won their first World Cup title by registering a historic victory.
The final of the ICC World Test Championship in the bowl was played between India and New Zealand, in which New Zealand won the trophy after defeating India, and this was the sixth time since 2013 that Team India had lost the ICC trophy.After this, many players and former veterans gave their opinion on the reasons for the defeat and told why India had to face defeat in this tournament.