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Rohit posts emotional message on Twitter


Indian cricket team and the fans still haven’t gotten over the heart-breaking World Cup defeat against New Zealand as they lost by 18 runs in the semi-final clash. The match between the two teams was so intense that it was dragged until the end.

Rohit posts an emotional message on Twitter
Rohit Sharma cries after MS Dhoni gets run-out against New Zealand.

Finally, Kiwis got the better of India at the nail-biting moment and the game tilted away from India’s favour soon after MS Dhoni was run out by Martin Guptill’s incisive throw at the stumps.

Following the defeat, countless fans got emotional as they shed tears, vent out their frustration on Twitter. Meanwhile, India’s vice-captain and opener Rohit Sharma had posted an emotional message on his official Twitter handle after India were knocked out of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

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The dashing opener who scored 648 runs with 5 centuries and a fifty to his name in this marquee event added that his heart is heavy and that he couldn’t control his emotions over the game. Rohit was also spotted crying after MS Dhoni got run out, which pretty much sums up the whole story.

In his tweet, he had clearly mentioned that they didn’t play as a team and failed to turn up when it mattered the most. He went on to add saying that they played poor cricket. Last but not least, he thanked incredible support from the Indian fans.

“We failed to deliver as a team when it mattered, 30 minutes of poor cricket & that snatched away our chance for the cup. My heart is heavy as I’m sure yours is too. The support away from home was incredible. Thank you all for painting most of UK blue wherever we played 🇮🇳,” Rohit Sharma tweeted.

Check out the tweet below:

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