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Friday, 12 July 2019 | PTI

Edulji all praise

BCCI acting President CK Khanna and COA member Diana Edulji on Thursday lauded India's performance in the World Cup following the team's heartbreaking loss against New Zealand in the semifinals. India's loss also fuelled speculation over Dhoni's retirement but Edulji said the the World Cup winning captain showed in the tournament that he still has a lot of cricket left in him. “I completely appreciate the way he played in the whole tournament. That (retirement) is his personal decision. Only he can take that decision and it is his body which has to answer him.  I still feel that he has a lot of cricket left in him. The youngsters in the team still need his mentorship,” Edulji, herself a former India captain, added. Khanna too applauded the efforts of the Indian team. “It was a tough game and I think our boys played their hearts out. No one wants to lose a game. Each player tried really hard but it was just not our day,” Khanna said.    

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