India have dominated the 2023 World Cup, winning all nine of their group-stage games and being the only undefeated team in the tournament.
India is unbeaten in the World Cup, and their performance has been thrilling; the fur has been excellent, and the pacemen have called the shots. India have dominated the 2023 World Cup, winning all nine of their group- stage games and being the only undefeated platoon in the event. Men in Blue will face off against New Zealand at the Wankhede colosseum in Mumbai in the first semifinal of the World Cup on Wednesday. still, India’s path to the semi-finals appears to be a lot further organised this time around, which will give its sympathizers lesser stopgap.
The most significant revision has been to the fur template for the home platoon.
In this World Cup, every megahit has shown a feeling of urgency, which has helped India’s overall scoring rate rise. Former captain Virat Kohli is the sole designated anchor in the platoon, and he’s given plenitude of time to club. His rapacious desire for runs, explains why India No. 3 has further runs( 594) than anybody differently in the ongoing competition.
Captain Rohit Sharma has been the driving force behind India’s strong launch. Rohit else a run- machine in this format, has done so well that he managed to score 503 runs, the fourth most in the event.
India’s star nature Shubman Gill has maundered freely scoring 290 in seven games. With back- to- back discharges to short balls, Shreyas Iyer faltered in the event. Still, Iyer produced a fine comeback with a magnific fifty against Sri Lanka in Mumbai. His stylish scores in the event are 82, 77, and unbeaten 128.
The lower-middle order does not have spent as important time at the crinkle. Number 6. batter Suryakumar Yadav scored 49 against England and 22 against South Africa while star each- rounder Ravindra Jadeja slammed 35 against Sri Lanka and an unbeaten 29 Proteas have both contributed bijous to compensate for Hardik Pandya’s absence.
Meanwhile, India finished the league round with a resounding 160- run palm over the Netherlands, keeping their perfect unbeaten record in the ongoing event complete.
The Men in Blue have won nine successive matches at this time’s World Cup, putting them in position to add a third jewel to their collection after former triumphs in 1983 and 2011. Know More Latest Cricket News…