KL Rahul reveals World Cup semifinal loss to NZ still haunts India


Indian opener KL Rahul has revealed that the ICC World Cup 2019 semi-final loss to New Zealand still haunts him and his teammates.

The 28-year-old in a chat show said that if he had to change the fate of any particular match from the past so it would be the 2019 World Cup semi-final.

“It has to be the World Cup semifinal and I think not just me, most of us are still not over that loss, it still haunts us sometimes,” he said.

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“I can’t imagine what the senior players must have felt but you know in a World Cup it just becomes even harder knowing that we played so well in the entire tournament. I still wake up to that nightmare sometimes,” he added.

India lost to New Zealand in the semifinal by 18 runs after being the most dominant side in the group stage of the competition.

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