Two No-balls Cost India the Match: Dean Jones to NDTV

India's title quest was dashed by the West Indies after they lost in the semi-final by seven wickets. Commenting on the loss, former Australia batsman Dean Jones said India struggled with the wet ball. He said that the two no-balls cost India the game. Kumar Sangakkara, former Sri Lanka captain said that Virat Kohli was the lone ranger in this World Cup and no one stepped up to the plate. Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar paid tribute to the West Indies, saying that Darren Sammy's men capitalised on their luck.