New Delhi: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s media interaction, after the loss in first one-dayer against England ended abruptly when the Saurashtra Cricket Association authorities switched off the power.
The power was switched off by SCA officials to conduct the sound and laser show for the assembled crowd that stayed on after the conclusion of the prize distribution function.

Victorious England captain Alastair Cook could not address the media at all. But Dhoni answered a few questions before power was switched off.

“We conceded a lot of runs in the last two overs. But we got a good start but did not have enough wickets in hand in the last ten overs to put pressure on them. Had I stayed on for two more overs things could have turned out differently," said Dhoni after his team's nine-run defeat.
England drew first blood with a thrilling nine-run victory in the first cricket one dayer at Rajkot on Friday.  


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