It has been a good World Cup for us and we cant shy away from the fact that we are playing some good cricket, said Dhoni, whose team have now won all seven games at the World Cup after failing to win at all in the preceding Test series against Australia and tri-nations one-day tournament.
A month back we were struggling in this format so credit to the boys and the support staff. Everyone has had to lift themselves up, he added.Back home they should be happy and hopefully we can carry on from here. We don't have enough experience to play in these sort of matches, but we now know how we have to play.
The ongoing week saw a huge drop in theatre occupancy across the state and according to sources some halls registered single digit audience. As India play Bangladesh in their semi final encounter today (Thurday) many theatres in the state decided to suspend shows and use the day for maintenance work.
Indias unbeatable winning streak at CWC2015 makes them a certainty at SCG, Sidney for the semifinal on Thursday the 26th and the MCG, Melbourne for the finals on 29th March and this has already prompted the postponement of Komaban and Vaalu by a week. Theatre Owners in the state are also mulling over closing shutters on both the days as Dhoni and Co are going to keep everyone homeand glued to their TV sets. Go on India We Wont Give it Back