- CricketMahendra Singh Dhoni's retirement is his personal decision: Sachin Tendulkar
Cricket god Sachin Tendulkar batted for Mahendra Singh Dhoni and said he must be given that space where he could choose if he wants to get retired from the Indian cricket.Cricket"Legends don't cry": India tells MS Dhoni after he was spotted crying
Twitter lost its cool when Mahendra Singh Dhoni aka Mr. Cool was spotted walking out of the ground with crying face during the India vs New Zealand semi-final game at ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.CricketFans raise question on umpiring during MS Dhoni's runout
Team India's fight for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final against New Zealand nearly came to end as Mahendra Singh Dhoni got runout in the second last over.CricketWins or losses part of life: PM Modi's heartfelt message on World Cup 2019 defeat
Indian fans were left heartbroken with the results of semi-final game against New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Every Indian fan wanted his side to win the game, leading to a flood of emotions on social media.CricketICC World Cup 2019: 'Technical Blunder' to send MS Dhoni at No 7 in semi-final against New Zealand
Former Indian cricketers Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman raised their fingers on management's decision to send Mahendra Singh Dhoni at No 7 during a difficult chase against New Zealand in the semi-final game of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.CricketICC World Cup 2019: Earnings of teams which failed to make it to semi finals
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 has reached into its final stage with four teams playing two semi-finals and only a couple of days left in the final game of the tournament to find out the winner. Staying on top of the league match points table, India, Australia, England and New Zealand scored the top four spot.CricketWorld Cup 2019: Australia vs England semi-final – which is the favourite team?
Australia will be facing England in the second semi-final game of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Thursday at Edgbaston, Birmingham.CricketIndia vs New Zealand semi-final match moves to reserve day – will rain play a spoilsport?
Play had to be stopped after 46.1 overs in the first innings when New Zealand had reached 211 for 5 with Ross Taylor (67*) and Tom Latham (3*) on strike. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja and Yuzvendra Chahal had picked up a wicket each till that point for India.CricketI can bowl anytime, I am lethal: Virat Kohli on World Cup 2019 semi-final eve
Indian skipper Virat Kohli left everybody laughing with his statement that he can bowl anytime and he is lethal but the only thing he has to be careful about is not slipping on the pitch at the time of delivery.