Everything is almost like the 2022 World Cup, Indian fans are scared

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. For the Indian cricket team, this year's T20 World Cup is going to be almost like the last World Cup. Although the format had changed then, Team India's journey to the semi-finals was somewhat similar to this time. It is a wonderful coincidence that in the last World Cup too, India faced England in the semi-finals. This time the team is different and fans are hoping that the result will also be different.

People are waiting for when Team India's drought of winning the ICC T20 World Cup will end. Last year, Team India reached the final of the ODI World Cup but Australia shattered its dream of winning the trophy. India defeated them in the Super 8 and showed them the way out of the tournament and took revenge. Now the time has come to take revenge from the English team.

The tournament is almost the same as last time
The Indian team also entered the semi-finals by topping its group in the T20 World Cup to be hosted by Australia in the year 2022. Then Team India topped the table by winning 4 out of 5 matches. Pakistan, South Africa, Netherlands, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe were placed in the group with India. Four teams from two groups of 6 teams reached the semi-finals. Then, like this time, England made it to the last four by finishing second from the opposite group. The second semi-final of the tournament was played between India and England. This time too Rohit Sharma will play in the second semi-final.

Rohit Sharma would like to change history
Last time India had to be out of the tournament after losing in the semi-finals against the English team. India had scored 168 runs for 6 wickets and England achieved the target of victory by 10 wickets without losing any wicket and made it to the final. This time Rohit Sharma's team is in a different form. India has been waiting for the T20 World Cup since 2007 but no captain has been able to achieve it yet. Rohit Sharma himself missed out last time but this time he would like to change history and repeat Mahendra Singh Dhoni's feat.

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