Questions asked time and again right before the semi finals of the cricket World Cups. But here in 2022, if India reaches the semi final easily, it’s likely that India will win the T20 World Cup. But it’s a tentative perspective of India cricket fans, no matter to whom, team India’s approach would be. Indian cricket team to fear any other cricket team across the world, is shocking to know. However, in the context of why India fear New Zealand be not so, but because of the desperation of reaching the final of the T20 World Cup.
Firstly fear or fears are two different words. Why India fears New Zealand contradicts to why India fear New Zealand? Users tweeted in similar way, as this one below:
Originally tweeted by ಶರತ್ ಗೌಡ (@SharathHGowdru1) on October 30, 2022.
It means: “No, if Pakistan beat South Africa and India win all remaining matches then no chance to face New Zealand in semi final”.
Let’s move on
Any cricket team, most importantly India likes to win every cricket match. Fearing the team, who would be in the semi final, always a pessimistic approach. The reason is that cricket fans want India to win the T20 World Cup 2022 in the way from behind. When it matters, it matters all the time for India to not fear New Zealand or any other team.
Today, New Zealand lost to England by 20 runs, their first defeat of the tournament. Again, it’s New Zealand, still on the top of the table of group 1. Yet, whatever goes alongside India, reaching the semi final will not be a cake walk. Bangladesh going strong and Zimbabwe too. But with not many match winners these two teams have like India, a semi final berth is just possible for India.
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