The Indian team arrived from Dhaka without any fanfare at the newly-built T2 Terminal in the city yesterday. They reached sans Man-of-the-Tournament Virat Kohli, who directly flew to Delhi.
Rohit Sharma at Mumbai airport on the Indian cricket team's return from Dhaka, Bangladesh where they lost in the final of the ICC World T20 to Sri Lanka on Sunday. Pic/Satyajit Desai
The 100-odd people gathered near the Zone 1 exit were barely excited about the team's return even though they made it to the final of the World T20.
Some TV cameramen and photographers, however, were involved in an argument with the police and security guards after a few of them tried to pan the players.
One expected the crowd to react once Yuvraj Singh, who probably cost India the game with his sluggish batting in the final emerged, but nothing of that sort happened and the southpaw made a quiet entry into an SUV.
While almost everyone exited from Zone 1, skipper Dhoni exited from another gate to escape the media.
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