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T20 World Cup Team India down and out after humiliating defe

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T20 World Cup: Team India down and out after humiliating defeat against England

T20 World Cup: Team India down and out after humiliating defeat against England

T20 World Cup: Team India down and out after humiliating defeat against England

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s fire, passion & intensity. They were flat & listless. This humiliation will rankle for years

ADELAIDE: Its not the sort of end to their World Cup campaign that India would have liked. Unfortunately, all the chinks in their armour, especially the bowling, stood brutally exposed on the biggest stage of all on Thursday night against a mighty England side.

The distraught image ofRohit Sharmastanding alone after the game, head bowed, lost in thought and plucking at his beard said it all. India unravelled in dramatic fashion in the semifinal, losing by 10 wickets after having put up 168/6 with the bat.

Englands openers, arguably two of the best T20I batters around, chased the runs down with 24 balls remaining. England captainJos Buttlerended on a 49-ball 80 not out. Man of the match AlexHalesbludgeoned a 47-ball, unbeaten 86.

India messed up the Powerplay at both ends, first with the bat, managing just 38/1 in the first six overs and batting like they had been put in on a minefield. By the end of 16 overs India were only 110/3 before Hardik Pandya, who eventually finished on a scintillating 33-ball 63, exploded in the end overs. Virat Kohli scored another half-century but Rohit Sharma and KL Rahuls edgy starts really hurt India in this tournament, more so in the semifinal.

With the ball, according to their captain, India just didnt turn up. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, arguably their most important new-ball bowler, gave away 25 off his first two and couldnt complete his quota. Bhuvis much-vaunted matchup againstButtler(the England captain had been dismissed 5 times in 32 balls by the bowler in T20Is before this) now lies torn to shreds.

England were 63/0 after the first six, their second highest Powerplay score in a T20I against India, and the contest was effectively over at that point. We batted pretty well at the back end but we werent good enough with the ball, Rohit said. It was definitely not a wicket where a team could come and chase down (the runs) in 16-17 overs. With the ball we just didnt turn up. These things happen.

So Indias knockout jinx still stands, and they have now lost in a World Cup semifinal the last four times they have reached that far: the 2015 ODI World Cup, the 2016 World T20 and the 2019 ODI WC before Thursday. It isnt just about numbers and match-ups and pins on the tactics board in these games: India simply lacked Englands fire and passion and intensity. They couldnt raise their game like their opponents did on the night. They were flat with the bat and listless with the ball.

It was as if a team adored for its exciting brand of cricket was playing in fear. It could be pressure. It could be tactics gone awry because of Englands powerful presence. It could be both.

With Jos Buttler and Alex England running amok and England 91/0 in the first nine overs, Rohit even called an unprecedented mid-pitch meeting to galvanise the troops. The truth is India did not have the weapons at their disposal to unsettle Buttler and Hales, or chose not to opt for them on the night. To top it all, even their fielding came undone at times.

England, still nursing deep hurt after the shock defeat to Ireland, now will go on to play Pakistan in the final in a repeat of the 1992 World Cup final.

The cause lost, India are now left to analyse their tactics and selection choices at leisure. Sure, the pitch was a bit damp first-up and there was some slow turn on offer, but why were they so nervy?

When it comes to the knockout stages, its about handling that pressure, Rohit said. It depends on individuals. You cant really go and teach how to handle pressure. All these guys have played enough cricket to understand that. A lot of these guys play in the IPL playoffs and all of that, its a high-pressure game,some of these guys are able to handle that. Holding yourself a little bit and keeping calm. I thought the way we started off with the ball was not ideal. That shows we were a little nervy to start off, but again weve got to give credit to their openers.

Why did India not sendRishabh Pantup the order to counter the leg-breaks of AdilRashidand Livingstone when he had been selected for that specific role? How long before Rohits struggle with form is acknowledged? Should they have picked a leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal in these conditions? Will India still persist with Bhuvneshwar in this format?

Indias slow starts had been covered up largely bySuryakumar Yadavs maverick knocks till now, and once Rashid got rid of him India could sense trouble. Should Kohli and Co. have been more proactive against spin?

Such big losses usually have repercussions. India still made 58 off their last four overs but their T20 top-order approach looks dated. And whatever hope Pandyas knock kindled at the break died quickly when Buttler and Hales got going.

T20 World Cup: Hales, Buttler star as England rout India to cruise into final

pAlex Hales and Jos Buttler hammered brilliant unbeaten half-centuries as England crushed India by 10 wickets in the second semi-final in Adelaide on Thursday to set up a T20 World Cup final with Pakistan./p

pChasing 169 for victory, Hales smashed seven sixes in his 86 and Buttler, who made 80, hit three in a spellbinding batting performance to cruise into Sundays final in Melbourne with four overs to spare./p

pHardik Pandyas 33-ball 63 guided India to 168-6, but the total proved inadequate for an inspired opening pair, as England chased their second T20 crown after their 2010 triumph./p

pEngland captain Buttler smashed Bhuvneshwar Kumar for three boundaries in the opening over of their chase and his side never looked back as he kept up the batting onslaught./p

pHales, who hit his 50 off 28 balls, soon joined the big-hitting party as England raced to 63-0 in six overs. Hales was severe on Axar Patel, who leaked 28 runs in his three overs./p

pButtler reached his fifty with a six and a four off Pandya to douse any hopes of India attempting to end their world title drought since their 2013 Champions Trophy triumph./p

pButtler fittingly hit the winning runs with a six off Mohammed Shami to set up a repeat of the 1992 50-over World Cup final between Pakistan and England, which Pakistan won./p

pEarlier, Virat Kohli made his fourth half-century of the tournament and put on a 61-run fourth-wicket stand with Pandya./p

pPandya tore into the opposition attack in the final overs, taking 57 off the final three overs, including 20 off one from Sam Curran./p

pChris Jordan, in the side for the injured Mark Wood, picked up three wickets./p

pEngland invited India to bat and KL Rahul began with a cracking boundary off Ben Stokes. Seamer Chris Woakes had Rahul caught behind off a rising delivery for five./p

pSkipper Rohit Sharma hit four boundaries after a scratchy start but Jordan broke through in his first over when Rohit mistimed to wide long-on with the score on 57./p

pSuryakumar Yadav smashed a six and four off Stokes but soon fell to Adil Rashids leg-spin for 14./p

pKohli, who leads the tournament batting chart with 296 runs, reached 50 off 39 balls but fell next delivery to a sharp catch at short third man by Rashid off Jordan./p

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