Team India's strategy has been criticized for the defeat of New Zealand in the semi-finals of the World Cup, but one player is most discussed about this whole match. They are former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The opposition team was also upset about Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who brought the team back to India once in the match. He was scared of Dhoni's presence on the crease. He felt that if the player ties, then the match can change in the last over. Accepting this, New Zealand captain Ken Williamson said that Martin Guptill's dismissal of Mahendra Singh Dhoni was a turning point in the World Cup semi-finals on Wednesday. Dhoni scored 50 runs in 72 balls and Williamson said that when he was on the crease, he knew that the match could go in favor of any team in the last over. Williamson said after the New Zealand's 18-run win in the semi-finals, "We all know that the match was close in many ways. But that run out was important. We have seen many times that Dhoni has finished the match from that position. "
The New Zealand captain said, "It was a difficult pitch, so there was nothing wrong, but it is natural that in any way Dhoni is very important to be dismissed. But like Jadeja, I'm going to hit straight on the hit. According to Williamson, Martin Guptill was able to do the same kind of run out of the deep with Deep. He said, "I mean to say that there was probably only Guptill on the field who could do such a run out."
Williamson said, "Therefore, contributions can be given in a number of ways and we can see in the fielding list that he is very much available and it was special to make a significant turning point for his match." Williamson also praised Ravindra Jadeja Who played a good innings on the hard pitch.