“Let’s not judge our team…”: Sachin Tendulkar

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New Delhi: Team India’s chance to win the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup ended with a crushing defeat by England in the semi-final match. England knocked India out of the tournament and won the game without losing a single wicket. After this, all the players of the Indian team were disappointed. Videos of Rohit Sharma crying also went viral on social media.

Meanwhile, former Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar sent a supportive video message to the Indian team to boost their morale.

Sachin Tendulkar gave this message to Team India

Cricket god Sachin Tendulkar believes fans should continue to support his team despite being knocked out of the T20 World Cup. In a statement, Sachin Tendulkar has said, “I know the semi-final against England was a big disappointment. Let’s accept that we didn’t get a good total on the board. It was a tough game for us, a poor and disappointing loss. We have also been the number one T-20 side in the world.

“Getting to this No. 1 spot doesn’t happen overnight. Let’s not judge our team based on this performance. The players also didn’t want to go out and fail. In sports, there are these ups and downs. We have to be in it together,” he added.

Earlier, Tendulkar posted on Twitter after Team India’s defeat, “There are two sides to a coin, so is life. If we celebrate our team’s success like ours, we should be able to bear our team’s losses too… In life, they go hand in hand.”

India’s journey in this World Cup

In this World Cup, the Indian team won four out of five matches in the Super 12 series. They finished top of the table and reached the semi-finals. We qualified for the tournament but lost to England by 10 points in the semi-finals.

India vs England Semi Final Match Scorecard

After losing the toss team, India batted first. They scored 168 runs for the loss of 6 wickets. Hardik Pandya played a brilliant innings of 63 runs off 33 balls. Virat Kohli also played a brilliant innings scoring 50 runs off 40 deliveries.

On the other hand, England’s Jos Buttler scored 80 runs from 49 deliveries. Alex Hales had 86 points and 47 deliveries. Neither was out and England won the match with 24 balls to spare.





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