India‘s limited-overs skipper MS Dhoni on Thursday took a dig at an Australian journalist, following the loss to West Indies in the semi-final of the ongoing ICC World T20 2016 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The incident happened when during the post-match press conference, Dhoni was asked by the journalist if he would quit international cricket following this loss, to which Dhoni called the journalist on the stage, who sta by his side, as Dhoni politely asked him a series of questions that included that if he wanted him to retire, and if he doesn’t like his gameplay or fitness, to which the journalist replied that he did love his style. Dhoni also asked if he could play until ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, to which the journalist again said yes, to which he asked the final question that if he should retire, to which the journalist said no. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs West Indies, ICC World T20 2016, 2nd Semi-Final match at Mumbai

Lendl Simmons and Johnson Charles powered West Indies into the final of ICC T20 World Cup 2016, defeating India by 7 wickets with 2 balls remaining. India had only themselves to blame for the defeat; Simmons could have been out at least three times but for no-balls and catches being taken over the boundary. Before the match began experts had predicted that Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels would be the key batsmen for West Indies, but both men were dismissed early. Gayle was cleaned up off Jasprit Bumrah’s first ball with a swinging yorker, getting dismissed for 5 from 6 balls. In the next over, an Ashish Nehra slower ball made Samuels play early and offer a simple catch to Ajinkya Rahane for 8 from 7 balls. Anyone who thought it would be an easy win for India after that was sorely mistaken, as Charles and Simmons showed after the two big guns were dismissed.