Indian media slams Dhoni after fruitless T20 campaign

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The Indian media on Tuesday lashed out at their national cricket team and captain MS Dhoni for not qualifying for the semi-finals of the ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2012.

Former Indian captain, Kapil Dev criticised Dhoni, saying that his captaincy was not upto the level of international cricket.

“Now it’s the time that Indian team should learn from their mistakes,” Dev said.

The cricket lovers in India also criticised the strategy of MS Dhoni against South Africa and said that it never looked that Dhoni was willing to restrict South before 31 runs.

For qualifying in the semi-finals, India needed to win by 31 runs against South Africa. South Africa reached 122 for five in the 17th over in pursuit of the 153 required for victory against India, sending Pakistan into the last four on better net run rate along with Australia.

The Indian fans further said that ICC should investigate the match between South Africa and India as it looked that the African team was only willing to cross 121 runs instead of winning the match.

The fans further said that that the time had come for selectors to made changes in the Indian team inducting young players.

Blog post Written by Jitender Singh and You can visit the original article at http://www.thenewstribe.com/

Tags : Indian media, national cricket team, captain, MS Dhoni, qualify, semi-finals, ICC Twenty20, World Cup, 2012

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