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World Cup dream broke out, Kiwis stopped the semi-finals

At the same time, the dream of becoming India’s third world champion also broke. The Indian beat the same New Zealand team in the semi-finals, who had beaten him in the warm-up match.

New Zealand defeated Team India by 18 runs in the first ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 semifinal match played at Manchester. At the same time, the dream of becoming India’s third world champion also broke. The Indian team was defeated by the same New Zealand team in the semi-finals, who had beaten him in the warm-up match.

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Batting first, winning the toss, the New Zealand team scored 239 runs in eight wickets in 50 overs and set India’s target of 240 runs. This small target was also a big challenge for Team India. Chasing the target, India were all out on 221 runs in 49.3 overs.

New Zealand has reached the finals for the second time in a row. He also played the final in the 2015 World Cup. In the finals, New Zealand will be facing the winner of the second semi-final match between Australia and England on Thursday. This is the third semi-final of the Kiwi team in Manchester, out of which two defeats it while it is his first win.

India, for the second time in the semi-finals, has been out of the World Cup. In 2015, Australia defeated India in the semi-finals. Chasing 240 runs was not easy on the Old Trafford pitch because rain and weather conditions made the conditions of fast bowlers.India lost their six wickets at 92 runs. Ravindra Jadeja (77) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (50) shared a 116-run partnership for the seventh wicket to bring India closer to victory. This is the second largest partnership for the seventh wicket in the World Cup.

It seemed as if the pair of Jadeja and Dhoni would make India in the final, then Trent Bolt changed the game’s stand. He got Jadeja caught by captain Ken Williamson at the total of 208. Jadeja faced 59 balls and hit four fours and four sixes.

Dhoni was the last hope of India on the crease. In the last two overs, India needed 31 runs.Dhoni scored six on the first ball and scored two runs on the second ball. Dhoni and Martin Guptill could not keep on the bat crease before the direct hit of the second run, and India’s hopes were over here. Dhoni faced 72 balls and hit a six and a four.

Lucky Ferguson got Bhuvaneshwar Kumar (0) and Jimmy Neesham out of the match with Yuzvendra Chahal (5) to give India a semi-final defeat. Earlier, India’s start was very poor and its middle class was once again untouched by responsible shifts. India lost their top order on a total of five runs.

Rohit Sharma (1) and Lokesh Rahul (1), Matt Henry made his prey, and Captain Virat Kohli (1) took the wicket of Bolt. Young Rishabh Pant and veteran Dinesh Karthik had a chance to handle the team and show their importance, but both failed. Earlier, Karthik became Henri’s victim on total score of 24. He contributed six runs

Pant’s immaturity once again appeared. Pant had shared 47 runs with Hardik Pandya.Michelle Santner laid a trap for him and Pant trapped in it and then shot a big shot when it was not needed. Colin de Grandhouse did not make any mistake in catching his shot at midwicket. Pant’s 32 runs with the help of four fours in 56 balls fell on the total score of 71.

Panti made the mistake that Pandya reiterated only on Sentner’s ball, and Kiwi skipper strengthened the chances of India’s defeat by catching Pandya’s catch. Pandya’s bat, with 62 balls and two fours, helped in 32 runs. Jadeja, who came after Pandya’s departure, did not slow but aggressively batted and Dhoni gave India a fight with the strikers, but Jadeja missed Bolt’s ball and missed it. Guptill stopped Dhoni

India got 240 runs target for finals

New Zealand had set a target of 240 runs against India for the final. This match was not completed due to rain on Tuesday. When the match started on Wednesday, the Kiwi team started playing ahead of 211 for five wickets in 46.1 overs and lost eight wickets in 50 overs and scored 239 runs.

For New Zealand, Ross Taylor scored 74 runs for most. He faced 90 balls in his innings and hit three fours and a six. Apart from Taylor, captain Ken Williamson scored 67 runs off 95 balls with the help of six fours. Bhuvneshwar Kumar took three wickets for India. Apart from this, Bumrah, Pandya, Jadeja and Chahal took 1-1 wickets.

Such a New Zealand innings

New Zealand set a target of 240 runs against India on Wednesday. This match was to be played on Tuesday but due to rain, it could not be completed. When the match started on Wednesday, the Kiwi team started playing ahead of 211 runs at 46.1 overs in 46.1 overs and lost eight wickets in 50 overs and scored 239 runs.

For New Zealand, Ross Taylor scored 74 runs for most. He faced 90 balls in his innings and hit three fours and a six. Apart from Taylor, captain Ken Williamson scored 67 runs off 95 balls with the help of six fours. Williamson was out yesterday.

Playing ahead of the score of yesterday (Tuesday), Kiwi’s first wicket of the day and the sixth wicket fell in the form of Taylor. Jadeja sent a pavilion out of the direct hit. On the next ball, Bhuvneshwar caught Tom Latham (10) in the hands of Jadeja. Bhuvneshwar sent the pavilion to Matt Henri (1) in the same over. Mitchell Sintn nine and Trent Bolt made three runs and returned unbeaten.

Earlier on Tuesday, New Zealand had won the toss and chose the batting first. The cloud was clouded since the start of the match, and in this way, the Indian bowlers took advantage of the compelling conditions for themselves and troubled the Kiwis batsmen.

First two overs Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar took out Maidan On the fifth ball of the third over, the Kiwi team opened the account in some way but Bumrah hit the first ball of the next over to give India the first breakthrough by catching Martin Guptill (1) to Virat Kohli.

Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar took good advantage of getting wickets, and Kiwi did not allow the batsmen to score runs. The New Zealand team was able to score 27 runs in 10 overs, which is the lowest score in this World Cup so far in the first Powerplay. Henry Nicholls (28) and Williamson were batting comfortably. The Kiwi team added just 46 runs in 11-20 overs.During this, Ravindra Jadeja gave Nicholas another success. Afterwards Williamson and Taylor put the innings ahead and took the side to the team with a 65-run partnership for the third wicket.

Set up Williamson wanted to target spinners. They also found some good shots to find the gap on Jadeja, but in an attempt to play an inside out shot, they caught Jadeja in the catch.On the last ball of the 41st over, Hardik Pandya dropped Jimmy Neesham at the hands of Dinesh Karthik, leaving Kiwi’s fourth wicket of the team. Neesham scored 12 runs off 18 balls.

On the fourth ball of 45th over, Bhuvneshwar bowled Colin de Grandhom (16) for a New Zealand score of 200 for five wickets. Taylor and Latham had the responsibility of bringing the team to good scores but the rain did not allow it to happen. When yesterday the match was stopped, Taylor was 65 and Latham was playing with three runs. For India, Jaspreet, Pandya, Jadeja, Chahal took one wicket each.

New Zealand won the toss

New Zealand captain Ken Williamson decided to bat first before winning the toss against India in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 semi-finals. India had made a change to this match.Yuswendra Chahal’s return to Kuldeep Yadav’s place has come back. Tim Southey replaced Lucky Ferguson in the Kiwi team. Ferguson was rested in the last match due to injury.

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