Music icon Lata Mangeshkar urges MS Dhoni to carry on playing

Florence Fletcher
July 12, 2019

The match was then pushed to Wednesday, the reserve day kept for the tie.

Amid intense speculation that MS Dhoni may retire from global cricket after India's exit from World Cup after losing to New Zealand in the semi-final on Wednesday, legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar today urged the cricketer to not even think about it. The New Zealand new-ball bowlers bowled brilliantly and exploited the overcast conditions to the fullest as they deflated India's chase of 240 removing Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul in the space of the first four overs.

Boult and Henry shared five wickets while spinner Mitchell Santner claimed two in a tight display to snuff out India's hopes.

The defeat to New Zealand in yesterday's semi-final came after a top-order batting collapse had left them teetering at 24-4.

"I don't think that I would like to break things down immediately", said Kohli.

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"All these guys have a lot of pride and passion to play for their country and they are the ones who feel the most disappointed when a mistake happens".

During a post-match conference following India's loss, when Virat Kohli was asked about Dhoni's retirement and if "Captain Cool" has spoken about his future plans, the Indian captain said, "No, he hasn't told us anything about his future".

"We are sad but not devastated".

"You finish No. 1 in the table and then a spell of bad cricket and then you are out of the tournament completely". We know where we stood as a team and today we were not good enough and that is the nature of this tournament.

"But in time we will have to sit down and analyse things that we could have done right in this game".

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