Pehli fursat mein nikal: KXIP

KXIP

Pehli fursat mein nikal: KXIP(pic source : twitter)

India and New Zealand are facing each other in the first semi-final of world cup 2019. Rain washed out the match day after New Zealand Batted 46.1 overs and scored 211/5. Now match has been sifted in reserve day. India is looking in strong condition to win this match. Today New Zealand will start their batting from where they left yesterday. Today they will bat 3.5 overs and then India will bat. New Zealand can try to score 30-40 runs in the remaining overs to reach a good total. Ross Taylor is unbeaten on 67 runs.  For India, Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar will bowl the remaining overs.

Kane Williamson scored his 39th half century. Yuzvendra Chahal took his wicket when he was on 67 runs in the 35th over of New Zealand batting. After that, KXIP took a dig on Williamson wicket because Chahal gave an EPIC reaction after taking Williamson wicket. Both spinners Ravindra Jadeja and Yuzi Chahal took one wicket each.

Here the Tweet of KXIP

https://twitter.com/lionsdenkxip/status/1148565909826461701

Virat Kohli about Rohit Sharma

“It’s great that Rohit has been scoring so consistently, which means that coming in the later half of the innings, you have to play a different role, which is controlling the middle overs and letting guys like Hardik (Pandya), Kedar (Jadhav), MS (Dhoni) and Rishabh (Pant) express themselves.”

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If Rain washes out the match

If the match washes out due to rain, then India will reach into the final. If the minimum 20 overs game could not happen then super over decide which team will qualify into the finals. If super overs could not happen, then India reaches into the finals. Because of the higher rank team in the points table will move forward for the finals

Australia and England will play against each other in the second semi-final on July 11. This match will be called mini-ashes. The final will take place in London on July 14. If the rain washes out the second semi-final due to rain, then Australia will reach into the finals.

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