132/8 (20)
136/1 (15.2)
India won by 9 wickets
Player of the match: Ravindra Jadeja
That's it for now folks. Three more matches to go in the tournament. Australia, Pakistan, England or New Zealand. Who will come out on top? Will we have new champions? Or will England and Pakistan register their second T20 World Cup title? Still, plenty to look forward to in the tournament. We'll see you day after tomorrow, as England face New Zealand in the first semi-final. Until then, this is Pratyush Rohra, signing off on behalf of my co-commentator, Shashwat Kumar. See ya! 
That's all we have from this game then. Some positives for both sides in the tournament as they bow out from the Super 12s. Much more disappointment for India in that regard obviously, but they have a new dawn to look forward to in the coming years. The learnings from this campaign could go a long way in next year's T20 World Cup.

As for Namibia, no praise is high enough for them. Not many gave them a chance to make it through to the Super 12s but they've made their mark on the world stage. Hopefully, we will see more of them in the coming years. Of course, we will see them next year as they managed to seal automatic qualification. 
Virat Kohli: There's a relief firstly. It's been an honour, as I said before. Things have to be kept in the right perspective. I felt like its the right time to manage my workload. 6-7 years of intense cricket takes it out of you. It's been amazing and so much fun. I know we haven't gone forward in this World Cup but we have played some great cricket as a T20 side enjoyed playing together. That's been the hallmark for me and the guys have really made my work easier. The way we played the last three games, was a bit of a positive. It's a game of margins - T20 cricket now days. You talk about two overs of intent in the first two games and it could have been different. As I said, we weren't brave enough in those games and in the group we were in, it was tough. A big thank you to all those guys (Ravi Shastri and his support staff). Big thank you to all those guys, they've done a tremendous job all these years keeping the group together. Great environment with them around, they were an extended part of our bigger family. They've contributed immensely to Indian cricket as well. A big thank you to all of them from all of us. That's never going to change(Intensity on the field). If I can't do that I will not play anymore. Even when I wasn't captain before I was always keen to see where the game is going. I'm not going to stand around and do nothing. (On not batting at 3) Surya didn't get much time in the campaign. It's a T20 World Cup and I thought it might be a nice memory of him to take back. As a youngster, you want to take back some good. So that was the plan.
Gerhard Erasmus: We have had a quick turnaround between games so we haven't quite been able to soak in the experiences around us. When everyone gets back, they will realize the amazing level at which we have played cricket. Now that we've got a taste of it, hopefully, we can come back stronger again next year. Quite a few highlight performances individually to take home as positives, and also as a team. Trumpelmann has been really good. It's a good foundation for us if we want to make the next step. (Next year's World Cup) That's another awesome thing for us to look forward to. We've probably inspired the next generation of cricketers in Namibia.
Ravindra Jadeja (Player of the Match): As a bowler, I did enjoy bowling today. The ball was dry. I was enjoying bowling with the dry ball. Some balls were turning, some were going straight. That is also a trick and the batsman has to keep guessing. I have been enjoying bowling with Ashwin. He played a crucial game in the IPL and here also he is doing good work with the ball. (On the departing top brass) Virat has been wonderful with captaincy. I have played a long time with him and I enjoyed playing under him. The support staff has been with us for a long time and they have done a tremendous job. As a unit, we had a wonderful job. Hopefully, we can continue the momentum moving forward.
India won by 9 wickets (with 28 balls to spare).

Right then. The curtain draws on the campaign for both these sides. Namibia have been outclassed today but they can be mighty pleased with their effort throughout the tournament. Making it to the Super 12s is a superb performance from them. As for India, a disappointing campaign ends on a somewhat positive note with three wins from their last three games. They just ended up giving themselves too much to do in the end. 

Coming to this game, it was a dead-rubber alright. Namibia needed to produce something special tonight and even that might have not been enough. India were just too good for them today. The Indian bowlers did the damage after winning the toss to restrict Namibia to a paltry 134. 

Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul got the run chase underway and they got it done in a canter. Rohit did the bulk of scoring early on to register his half-century, while KL took it on after his partner was dismissed to register his half-century as well. SKY was impressive for his 25, batting ahead of his skipper, who did not bat in his final game as India's T20 skipper. A bitter-sweet moment to end the campaign for the Men in Blue. Stay tuned for the presentations.
KL Rahul provides the finishing touches to ensure that India end the campaign with a win. A victory to send off their head-coach Ravi Shastri. A big hug between Shastri and Kohli, who is also playing his final game as a India's T20I captain. India won by 9 wickets (with 28 balls to spare).
15.2 Michael van Lingen to KL Rahul, FOUR! THAT WILL BE THAT! Short delivery outside off stump and Rahul makes minced meat of it! He gets up on his toes and batters that one down the ground past mid off to seal victory and end India's campaign on a high!
15.1 Michael van Lingen to Suryakumar Yadav, slower delivery on a back of a length on leg stump. Yadav makes no contact with the bat as the ball deflects off the thigh pad for a leg bye
Michael van Lingen [1.0-0-9-0] is back into the attack
Just a couple of runs away from wrapping their campaign up now. Namibia have been blown away by the better side today and there's no David slaying Goliath story tonight. 
131 /1 score
cricket bat icon KL Rahul
50 (35)
cricket bat icon Suryakumar Yadav *
25 (18)
cricket ball icon Jan Nicol Loftie-Eaton
0 /31
14.6 Nicol Loftie-Eaton to Suryakumar Yadav, full toss just outside off stump. Yadav gets forward and punches the ball into the off side towards deep cover point for a single
Fifty for KL Rahul. That's KL Rahul's third fifty in the tournament. 
14.5 Nicol Loftie-Eaton to KL Rahul, full delivery on middle and leg stump. Rahul comes onto the front foot and pushes the ball down the ground for another easy single
KL Rahul on 49*. 
14.4 Nicol Loftie-Eaton to KL Rahul, back of a length delivery on middle and off stump. Rahul rocks onto the back foot and powers the ball down the ground towards long on for a brace
14.3 Nicol Loftie-Eaton to Suryakumar Yadav, full delivery outside off stump. Yadav comes forward and drives the ball down the ground towards the sweeper at long off for one
14.2 Nicol Loftie-Eaton to Suryakumar Yadav, full delivery angled into the batter on leg stump. Yadav plays all over it as the ball pings into the front pad
14.1 Nicol Loftie-Eaton to Suryakumar Yadav, FOUR! Full delivery outside off stump. Yadav gets onto the front foot and cracks it past the fielder at deep cover point for another boundary!
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