The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday posted a video of MS Dhoni’s run-out on Twitter and bagged incessant criticism from the fans for its act.
“Hasta la vista, Dhoni,” read the caption on the video posted by ICC on the microblogging website.
— ICC (@ICC) July 10, 2019
Fans, however, did not like the post of ICC taking inspiration from Arnold Schwarzenegger’s famous “Hasta l vista, baby” dialogue from the Terminator series and slammed the international body for such creativity.
What about this ? pic.twitter.com/jp1d3lL93M
— PriyamudanLachu (@Lachu205) July 10, 2019
ICC delete this – pic.twitter.com/MBcndA9FAy
— Pranjul Sharma (@Pranjultweet) July 10, 2019
Talking about the match, it was the third delivery of the 49th over with MS Dhoni on the strike and Bhuveshwar Kumar at the other end. Dhoni gloved the ball towards short fine-leg and tried to sneak a couple of runs as he wanted to be back on strike, courtesy a sky-high required run-rate. But to Dhoni’s poor luck, Martin Guptill hit the bull’s eye to catch Dhoni inches short of the crease.
Before Dhoni’s wicket, India were in the contention but after his departure, India lost the match by 18 runs and their journey in the 2019 World Cup ended in the semifinal.