England has defeated India by ten wickets to get to the T20 World Cup final. While chasing a 169-run mark, England won convincingly in 16 overs without losing a wicket.
As England’s captain Jos Buttler and opener Alex Hales both struck scorching fifties, the Indian bowlers were completely lost.
Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya each scored fifty runs earlier, helping India set England a goal of 169 runs. In the second T20 World Cup semi-final, England had won the toss and elected to bat first.
In their allotted 20 overs, the Men in Blue scored 168-6, with Hardik Pandya being the hero after slamming 63 runs in 33 balls. He knocked out five sixes and four fours in a combative manner.
With the help of four fours and a six, Kohli scored 50 runs in 40 balls. During the match, Chris Jordan recorded 3-43 in four overs for England.
On Sunday, November 13, the victor of this game will play Pakistan, which defeated New Zealand in the first semifinal.
Mark Wood and Dawid Malan, who were both injured, have been replaced by Phil Salt and Chris Jordan. India’s lineup for the match remains the same.
“We have another chance to perform and play in the manner we have been throughout the competition. Important to maintain your composure “Rohit Sharma, the Indian captain, stated during the toss.
Jos Buttler, captain of England, acknowledged that “the dimensions here [Adelaide] are a little different,” making it crucial for his squad to “adjust quickly.”
India advanced to the semifinals by dominating their group and winning four of their five Super 12 games.
The World Cup Super 12 group in which England placed second required a nail-biting victory over Sri Lanka for them to advance to the final four.