Devon Conway rubs salt in India's old wounds, warns ahead of World Cup semi-final- CMB College

Devon Conway rubs salt in India’s old wounds, warns ahead of World Cup semi-final

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New Zealand opener Devon Conway has said that his team is confident of the experience of its senior players to face the threat of an in-form Indian team in the World Cup semi-finals. New Zealand are fourth in the points table after 45 matches of the league round. He has a good record in the knockouts of ICC tournaments against India. The New Zealand team defeated India in the semi-finals of the 2019 World Cup and the final of the 2021 World Test Championship.

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Conway said, ‘We all know how dangerous the Indian team is. It is in rhythm and very strong. He said, ‘But we are ready for this challenge. It will be exciting to play against the host team in the semi-final. We know it is dangerous but we are also prepared. “This is another special opportunity for us,” Conway said. We have many experienced players who have faced such situations before. We trust his experience. Our target is to play the final of the World Cup and we are one win away from that. We will continue to play good cricket.

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New Zealand’s Rachin Ravindra is among the top three batsmen who scored the most runs in this World Cup. So far he has scored 565 runs including three centuries and two half-centuries. Conway said, ‘It’s been a great World Cup for Racine. We all know how good a player he is. This kind of performance in the World Cup is great. During the league round, a match between India and New Zealand was played at Dharamsala. New Zealand scored 273 runs in response to which Team India scored 274 runs for the loss of six wickets in 48 overs. Virat Kohli He played an innings of 95 runs while Rohit contributed 44 runs. Ravindra Jadeja brought Team India back into the match at a difficult time.

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