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A moment of brilliance on the field by New Zealander Martin Guptill denied India’s chances of bringing the third World Cup home in a nail-biting semi-final at Old Trafford Stadium on Wednesday.Team India lost the thrilling encounter by 18 runs when they failed to chase New Zealand’s target of 240 after putting up a determined run chase.

After all-rounder, Ravindra Jadeja’s heroics with the bat ended at 77 (59), it all came down to Dhoni to finish the business for India. A master of crunch situations, Dhoni played a slow yet calculated knock – one that let Jadeja play freely from the other end.Once reeling at 92/6, the duo’s spirited partnership of 116 kept India very much alive in the run chase. But once Jadeja departed, India needed 32 runs from 13 balls.Dekho eh video te share kro.

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