Talking about India losing to England in the group stage in the 2019 World Cup, England all rounder Ben Stokes found fault with India's intent in the game and even took a dig at Indian skipper Virat Kohli's comment on "59 metre" boundary line.
The all rounder said that former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not show any determination while chasing a target of 338 given by the English team.
Ben Stokes was also puzzled with the confused approach of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma in which the Men in Blue fell 31 runs short while chasing the target.
He made these sensational comments in his new book 'On Fire' in which the all-rounder clearly analyzed each and every game played by England in the World Cup.
He mainly targeted Dhoni on the way the wicket keeper batsman played and said that if Dhoni would have shown more intent India might have emerged victorious in the game.