New Delhi. The Indian cricket team has won all the league matches in the ICC ODI World Cup so far. Team India will enter the biggest match with all those victories behind them. The World Cup semi-final is a big one as one mistake here can ruin the dream of winning the trophy for the whole of India, including Rohit Sharma. India will not only want to win this match but will also want to avenge their biggest hero’s last World Cup match.
Whatever has happened so far in the ICC ODI World Cup being played in India will not help in the upcoming matches. The top Indian team also knows that after losing the first match in the semi-final, they would have had a chance to come back but if something goes wrong here, they will not get another chance but will have to wait for four consecutive years. . As it happened in the last World Cup semi-final. This time Team India is looking better than ever. 11 out of 11 players have contributed in each match. This time the intentions are stronger than before because we remember the lessons of the past.
The career of the great hero was over
Cricket fans can never forget the World Cup semi-final played in the year 2019. Champion captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who earned the status of Indian cricket’s greatest hero, did not play for India again in international cricket after that match. New Zealand scored 238 runs for 8 wickets against Team India. Due to rain, the match went to the reserve day and the Indian team was bundled out for 221 runs. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was run out after scoring 50 runs and after this he never played a match in the jersey of Team India.
Team India will take revenge
This team under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma has been seen in a different perspective this time. In the league match, when New Zealand came out after winning 4 matches in a row, it was India who tasted defeat. Before the Kiwi team, Team India scored 273 runs thanks to the lethal bowling of Mohammad Shami and then defeated them by 4 wickets thanks to the unmatchable batting of Virat Kohli.
First published: November 15, 2023, 05:46 IST