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T20 World Cup: Former players disappointed with Team India for not making it to the semi-finals – Former Cricketers Disappoint On India’s Failure To Reach T20 World Cup 2021 Semifinals

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Former Cricketers Disappoint On India’s Failure To Reach T20 World Cup 2021 Semifinals

The Indian team is getting a lot of criticism on social media for not reaching the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2021. While social media users are trolling Team India, former players have also expressed their disappointment over this. As soon as New Zealand defeated Afghanistan, all the dreams of Team India reaching the semi-finals were shattered. This tournament was Kohli’s last tournament as T20 International captain.

Several former Indian players tweeted after New Zealand’s win. Virender Sehwag shared a meme. In which Rahul Gandhi is seen and at the same time it is written – Finish bye bye Tata Goodbye.

At the same time, Harbhajan Singh congratulated New Zealand and said good luck for India next time. He wrote, “Very well played New Zealand to go to the semi-finals, you deserve it. Kane Williamson how good Wow, love me this man and its New Zealand team. I knew India would not go much further, never mind No, we’d better come back.”

Former bowling coach Venkatesh Prasad wrote, “So far 9 years and 6 times we have gone to the semi-finals, India could not make it to the semi-finals of the ICC event. Did not play to its potential and it will hurt the team very much. Now to be in Australia next year. Everything has to be done right in the upcoming World Cup.”

RP Singh wrote, “After a decade, the Indian team could not make it to the semi-finals of the ICC tournament. But what is more sad is that another big opportunity has been missed.”

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