India And New Zealand Will Once Again Face Each Other in The Semi-Finals

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India And New Zealand Will Once Again Face Each Other in The Semi-Finals

ICC World Cup 2023: Pakistan's journey is also over now. Let us tell you that the match was played between Pakistan and England. In which England, batting first, made a huge score of 337 runs after losing nine wickets in 50 overs. To reach the semi-finals, Pakistan had to score 338 runs in 6 overs, which was not possible. In such a situation, Pakistan team is out of the race for the semi-finals.

Pakistan's journey ends with World Cup 2023

When the ICC World Cup 2023 started, Babar Azam's Pakistan was considered a big contender for the semi-finals. Pakistan had a very good start in the World Cup, but the team faltered in the middle. Due to which the team could not make its place in the semi-finals. India, South Africa and Australia have already confirmed their places in the semi-finals. Now New Zealand has also confirmed its place in the semi-finals. Now India is going to face the New Zealand team in the semi-finals.

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India and New Zealand will once again face each other in the semi-finals

The Indian team is at number one in the points table. And NZ is at number four. The number one team will compete with the number four team in the semi-finals. The semi-finalist teams of 2019 will once again face each other. In the year 2019, the New Zealand team had defeated the Indian team captained by Virat Kohli. Now it remains to be seen whether the Indian team under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma is successful in defeating New Zealand. Or not. The second semi-final will be played between Australia and South Africa. Let us tell you that the semi-final matches will be played in Mumbai and Kolkata.

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Publish Date: November 12, 2023

Posted By Ravi Kumar

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