“Figured Out Why..” Martin Guptill Laughs It Off As Dhoni Fans Express Frustration Over 2019 World Cup Loss

Ex New Zealand team player Martin Guptill is still getting the heat from team India fans. Every year on July 10, several Indian fans express their frustration over Guptill’s dismissal of Indian veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni. In his Instagram story, Martin Guptill laughs at 2019 World Cup hate from Dhoni fans.

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On the tense evening of July 10, 2019, Guptill executed a brilliant run-out to dismiss MS Dhoni during the World Cup semifinal between India and New Zealand. This match ultimately became the legendary cricketer’s final international game.

Guptill laughs it off as MSD fans spread hate online

Martin Guptill has posted a story on Instagram with pictures of the run-out dismissal of MS Dhoni from the 2019 World Cup. Guptill joked about getting the hate on 10 July, a day that will be remembered by ICT fans for their loss in the tournament.

In his Instagram story, Guptill wrote, “figured out why I’m getting so much hate today”. He ended the note with laughing emojis confirming how lightly he took the situation.

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Martin no longer remains an active international cricketer, but he isn’t yet done with cricket in New Zealand. The same is the situation of MS Dhoni, who has retired from all forms of international cricket, but continues to play for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL.

Martin Guptill still gets ‘hate mail’ over 2019 World Cup

One thing Indian cricket fans share in common is their passion for the game. It’s 2024 and these fans still can’t stop themselves from bad mouthing Martin Guptill for a ‘lucky catch’ that dismissed Dhoni from his last match of International cricket.

“It’s one of those things that happened so quickly in the moment. All I remember was I saw the ball go up and I then I thought, oh no, it’s coming sort of more towards me. So I put the skates on to get on with that run.” Guptil had previously said about the catch.

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“I knew there was no chance of a throw at the stumps, but I just tried to have a shot and only had one and a half stumps to aim at and I just got lucky. The stars aligned, and it was a perfect throw,” he added.

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Ex New Zealand team player Martin Guptill is still getting the heat from team India fans. Every year on July 10, several Indian fans express their frustration over Guptill's dismissal of Indian veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni. In his Instagram story, Martin Guptill laughs at 2019 World Cup hate from Dhoni fans.

On the tense evening of July 10, 2019, Guptill executed a brilliant run-out to dismiss MS Dhoni during the World Cup semifinal between India and New Zealand. This match ultimately became the legendary cricketer's final international game.

Guptill laughs it off as MSD fans spread hate online

Martin Guptill has posted a story on Instagram with pictures of the run-out dismissal of MS Dhoni from the 2019 World Cup. Guptill joked about getting the hate on 10 July, a day that will be remembered by ICT fans for their loss in the tournament.

In his Instagram story, Guptill wrote, “figured out why I'm getting so much hate today”. He ended the note with laughing emojis confirming how lightly he took the situation.

Martin no longer remains an active international cricketer, but he isn't yet done with cricket in New Zealand. The same is the situation of MS Dhoni, who has retired from all forms of international cricket, but continues to play for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL.

Martin Guptill still gets ‘hate mail’ over 2019 World Cup

One thing Indian cricket fans share in common is their passion for the game. It's 2024 and these fans still can't stop themselves from bad mouthing Martin Guptill for a ‘lucky catch’ that dismissed Dhoni from his last match of International cricket.

"It's one of those things that happened so quickly in the moment. All I remember was I saw the ball go up and I then I thought, oh no, it's coming sort of more towards me. So I put the skates on to get on with that run.” Guptil had previously said about the catch.

“I knew there was no chance of a throw at the stumps, but I just tried to have a shot and only had one and a half stumps to aim at and I just got lucky. The stars aligned, and it was a perfect throw," he added.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, and Instagram