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Daryl Mitchell has addressed the debilitating cramps which crept into his heroic innings against India as the Black Caps fell in the Cricket World Cup semifinals in Mumbai.
The 32-year-old's 134 wasn't enough to help New Zealand into their third straight final, coming up 70 runs short after the hosts posted 397.
He says the team tries to prepare for environmental factors that might impact them, but the humidity was surprising.
"We're pretty detailed with how we prepare before the games, we weigh ourselves, but sometimes the humidity we're playing in- it's hot work."
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