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IND vs ENG: India's one-sided win in the semi-finals, completes revenge against England; will face SA in the final for the title


 T20 World Cup 2024, IND vs ENG: In the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2024 played in Guyana, India defeated England by 68 runs to make it to the final. Batting first, the Indian team scored 171/7 in 20 overs, in response, the England team was all out after scoring 103 in 16.4 overs.

After losing the toss and batting first, India had a bad start and Virat Kohli got out on a score of 19 in the third over after scoring 9 runs. Rishabh Pant also could not do anything special and got out after scoring just 4 runs. From here, the pair of captain Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav handled the innings very well. Both of them made a partnership of 73 runs in 50 balls and took the score beyond 100.

Adil Rashid broke this partnership and Rohit Sharma, after completing his half-century, was clean bowled in the 14th over on a score of 113 in an attempt to hit a big shot. His 57-run innings came off 39 balls with the help of six fours and two sixes and during this he became the first captain to score a half-century in a Men's T20 World Cup knockout match for India. After Hitman was out, Suryakumar Yadav also did not last long and he returned to the pavilion after scoring 47 runs in 36 balls. In the end, Hardik Pandya played a quick innings of 23 runs in 13 balls. At the same time, Ravindra Jadeja also contributed an unbeaten 17 runs in 9 balls. In this way, the Indian team was successful in giving a target of 172.

England batsmen were left helpless by Akshar Patel and other Indian bowlers

While chasing the target, England got a start of 26 runs but after that the innings faltered and the team lost 5 wickets within 50 runs. Axar Patel took the wickets of Jos Buttler (23), Johnny Bairstow (0) and Moeen Ali (8). At the same time, Jasprit Bumrah took the wicket of Phil Salt (5) and Kuldeep Yadav took the wicket of Sam Curran (2).

Harry Brook tried to settle down for a while but got bowled while trying to reverse sweep. Brook scored 25 runs in 19 balls. The sequence of wickets falling continued. Liam Livingstone's wicket fell as a run out and he was out after scoring 11 runs. England scored 100 runs in 16 overs but the innings folded in the 17th over and the last wicket was Jofra Archer (21) out LBW. For India, Akshar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav took the maximum of three wickets each.

will face South Africa in the final

Team India, which made it to the final by defeating England, will face South Africa in the final to win the trophy, which had defeated Afghanistan in a one-sided fashion in the first semi-final. The final match between these two teams is to be held in Barbados on 29 June. India and South Africa have not lost a single match in the ninth edition of the T20 World Cup 2024 so far, so if the result comes, the streak of one of them in the final can be broken.

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