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Crazy Indian Fan Blames Himself After Virat Kohli’s Team India Lose to New Zealand in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Semi-Final 1, Video Goes Viral | WATCH
India vs New Zealand: In India cricket is way more than just a sport, it is a way of life.
India vs New Zealand: In India cricket is way more than just a sport, it is a way of life. At times, it becomes sickening, but that is how it is in India. Cricketers are treated like demi-gods and fans get a little too involved in the game, which at times also affects their personal life. After the heartbreaking loss to New Zealand in the semi-finals, fans were heartbroken as some also took to the social media platforms to vent out their anger. A video has recently surfaced on the internet and the video of the crazy fan is going viral. the fan blames himself for the loss of the Indian team. He also starts slapping himself in the video violently as he continues to blame himself strangely. He claims it was a wrong call on his part to play Dinesh Karthik. It is comical and disturbing at the same time.
Here is the viral video:
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Meanwhile, a couple of fans also suffered heart-attacks after Dhoni was run out. That is the level of fandom in the country of a billion.
Meanwhile, the CoA members led by chairman Vinod Rai, Diana Edulji and Lt Gen (Retd) Ravi Thodge will also have discussions with the chairman of selectors MSK Prasad on a roadmap for India for next year’s T20 World Cup in Australia.
Meanwhile, the CoA will have a meeting with the coach and the skipper to dissect the reasons for the loss. “We will certainly have a review meeting once the coach and the captain are back from their breaks. I will not put a date and time but we will speak to them,” CoA chief Vinod Rai told news agency PTI.