T20 World Cup final can be between India and Afghanistan, understand the equation

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. In the ICC T20 World Cup, the Indian team has made it to the semi-finals by playing brilliantly. On the other hand, Afghanistan has made it here by making big upsets one after the other. Now fans are hoping that the final of the tournament is played between Team India and the Afghan team. This is absolutely possible and there is no problem in it, rather the equations fit. If this happens, England and South Africa will be out of the T20 World Cup.

The Indian team is considered a contender to win the T20 World Cup. Rohit Sharma's team has not lost a single match in this tournament so far. On the other hand, Afghanistan has proved former cricketer Brian Lara's words true by making an upset. This team has shown the way out of the tournament to a strong team like Australia. Afghanistan created history by reaching the semi-finals for the first time with a thrilling win against Bangladesh in the last Super 8 match.

The final could be between India and Afghanistan
This time, the final of the ICC T20 World Cup can be seen between two Asian teams. There is no problem in this, rather the equation is clear. India has to play the semi-final match with England while the Afghanistan team will play with South Africa. If the Indian team defeats England and the Afghan team defeats South Africa in another big upset, then it will make it to the final. In such a situation, the teams of India and Afghanistan will face each other in the final battle to win the trophy.

South Africa have a poor record in knockouts
The Afghanistan team is in great form. By defeating New Zealand in the league stage and then Australia in the Super 8, the team has shown that it has the ability to create history. The South African team has the tag of chokers. So far this team has not been able to reach the final of any ICC event.

The team has been eliminated in the semi-finals of the 1992 ODI World Cup, quarter-finals in 1996, semi-finals in 1999, semi-finals in 2007, 2015 and 2023. The team also reached the semi-finals in the 2014 T20 World Cup, but could not make it to the final. This time too, it has been seen struggling against underrated teams. The Netherlands forced the team to sweat on a small score while against Nepal, the team barely won on the last ball.

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