Tahlka newws Bureau, Mumbai:�West Indies pulled off a famous victory as they beat hosts India by seven wickets with just two balls to spare in the�World Twenty20 semi-final at the Wankhede Stadium on Thursday. India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who turns 35 this July, and called time on his Test career on Boxing Day 2014, was predictably asked in a press conference after the match if he was going to retire from limited-overs cricket. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKd77zpbOSY An Australian journalist asked Dhoni if he is going to retire now and this is how the conversation went on: Dhoni: Come here. Let�s have some fun. Come here. Dhoni: (Journalist shows reluctance but he insists.) Come, come, come. Seriously. Yeah, Yeah, Come. Laughs. Journalist: (Sits on a chair besides Dhoni) Yes sir. Dhoni: You want me to retire. Journalist: No. That�s what I wanna ask you. Dhoni: I was hoping it to be an Indian media guy, you know. Because I can�t really say if you have a brother or a son who can really play for India as a wicketkeeper. Journalist: Sure sir. Dhoni: You think I am unfit? Journalist: No. Dhoni: Looked at me running? Journalist: Very fast. Dhoni: You think I can survive till the 2019 World Cup? Journalist: (Thinks) Umm� Sure yes. Dhoni: Then you have answered the question.
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