CWC23: Zomato recalls Dhoni’s motivational message to back Team India

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Published November 20, 2023 at 1:39pm

    Dhoni's motivational message for Vijender Singh recalled

    Dhoni helped India win 2011 World Cup

    India went down to Australia by 6 wickets

It’s heartbreak for India as the men in blue failed to lift the World Cup 2023. It’s also unfortunate because Team India remained invincible right throughout the league stage and the semi final, winning 10 out of 10 matches. 

Now, as the nation mourns the final loss, a post by former World Cup winning captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has gone viral. His post was a motivational one for Vijender and was posted in 2012. 

Zomato made use of the post to show its solidarity behind Team India as they rue the loss. 

They wrote: “U win some u lose some. but we’ll never stop supporting you, Team India.” 

Tough luck for Team India 

Batting first, India scored a sedate 240 in the allotted 50 overs. They kept losing wickets and there was no real acceleration by the batters. 

And chasing the modest total, Australia did lose a few wickets within the first ten overs, but extricated themselves out of the rubble, with Travis Head, leading the fightback. He scored an invaluable 127, ensuring that his team romped home to victory. 

Australia are the only team that have earned the title as many as six times.

CWC23: Zomato recalls Dhoni’s motivational message to back Team India

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    Dhoni's motivational message for Vijender Singh recalled

    Dhoni helped India win 2011 World Cup

    India went down to Australia by 6 wickets

It’s heartbreak for India as the men in blue failed to lift the World Cup 2023. It’s also unfortunate because Team India remained invincible right throughout the league stage and the semi final, winning 10 out of 10 matches. 

Now, as the nation mourns the final loss, a post by former World Cup winning captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has gone viral. His post was a motivational one for Vijender and was posted in 2012. 

Zomato made use of the post to show its solidarity behind Team India as they rue the loss. 

They wrote: “U win some u lose some. but we’ll never stop supporting you, Team India.” 

Tough luck for Team India 

Batting first, India scored a sedate 240 in the allotted 50 overs. They kept losing wickets and there was no real acceleration by the batters. 

And chasing the modest total, Australia did lose a few wickets within the first ten overs, but extricated themselves out of the rubble, with Travis Head, leading the fightback. He scored an invaluable 127, ensuring that his team romped home to victory. 

Australia are the only team that have earned the title as many as six times.

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