However, the Men in Blue can be proud of the run they had in the league stage. They finished atop the points table and fought hard to earn seven victories in their eight matches.
Rohit Sharma was by far the best batsman for India in the tournament. The right-handed opener scored a record five centuries and ended the league stage as the highest run-scorer among all teams.
With the ball, it was Jasprit Bumrah who stood out. The right-arm pacer was lethal every time he was brought into the attack and was the go-to bowler for skipper Virat Kohli.
All in all, there were definitely some major positives for India but there were also some disappointments.
Here’s a look at the number racked-up by the Indian players in World Cup 2019:
India's batting performance at World Cup 2019
India's bowling performance at World Cup 2019