ICC World Cup – PM Modi’s Message To Team India

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the 10th of July, took to Twitter and posted a message for the Indian Cricket Team after they lost the first semifinal match of the International Council Cricket (ICC) World Cup 2019.

Mr. Modi said, “A disappointing result, but good to see #TeamIndia’s fighting spirit till the very end. India batted, bowled, fielded well throughout the tournament, of which we are very proud. Wins and losses are a part of life. Best wishes to the team for their future endeavours.”

Team India lost against Team New Zealand by 18 runs in the 46th One Day International (ODI) match at Old Trafford Cricket Ground in England.

Although India lost the match, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja were the star players of Indian Cricket Team, who scored 50 runs and 77 runs respectively, after India lost 6 wickets.

Team India scored 221 runs with the loss of 10 wickets at 49.3 overs, whereas Team New Zealand scored 239 runs and had a loss of 8 wickets at the completion of 50 overs.

After defeating India in yesterday’s match, Team New Zealand secure a place in the finals of the ICC World Cup 2019.

Rahul Gandhi, the former President of the Indian National Congress (INC,) also praised the Indian Cricket Team for giving a tough fight and said, “Though they’re a billion broken hearts tonight, Team India, you put up a great fight and are deserving of our love & respect. Congratulations to New Zealand on their well earned win, that gives them a place in the World Cup final (sic.)”

Twitter is flooded with supportive messages for Team India, which played well in the ICC series.

On the 11th of July, there will be a 2nd semifinal match between Team Australia and Team England at 3:00 P.M.

Stay tuned for further updates about the ICC World Cup.


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