Watch: After the semi-final loss, Rohit Sharma was seen crying in the corner

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England beat Team India by 10 wickets and knocked them out of the World Cup. For the first time in such a big tournament, Team India got this defeat from Rohit Sharma aka Hitman, who was captaining Team India. Rohit Sharma, who was completely helpless during the captaincy, was seen crying while sitting on the chair hiding in the field corner of this defeat to Team India.

Rohit Sharma Crying after India Lost

Rohit Sharma was disappointed and had tears in his eyes. Seeing Rohit Sharma in this condition, Team India’s head coach Rahul Dravid himself is seen going to him and consoling him. It is clearly visible in the video that Rahul Dravid was trying to boost the spirits of a disappointed Rohit Sharma.

However, Rohit Sharma’s sadness also seems completely inevitable. Team India is out of the semi-finals after playing very bad cricket. The England batsmen thrashed the bowlers of Team India and managed to win the one-sided match. Chasing the target of 169 runs, the England team chased in 16 overs.

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Rohit also the reason behind India Defeat

Both Indian openers KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma are the major reason behind Team India’s defeat. Both these players were seen scoring runs slower than the turtle in the powerplay, whose pressure was clearly visible on the middle order batsmen. Even in the semi-final match against England, Rohit-Rahul flopped badly. The final of the World Cup will be played between England and Pakistan on 13 November.

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