Mumbai: The Wankhede Stadium, that was jam-packed when India defeated Sri Lanka to clinch the coveted World Cup earlier this year, was half full on Sunday when the hosts took on England in the fourth ODI, but Mahendra Singh Dhoni was not disappointed with the poor crowd response.
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"(I was) Not really (disappointed). Because when you see the amount of cricket we have played, with the World Cup happening in India you know people have turned up for all the games. You get emotionally involved when it comes to the World Cup. That's one of the reasons," the Indian skipper said after his side beat England by six wickets to take a 4-0 lead in the five-match ODI series.