Can India avenge the 2022 T-20 WC Semi Final defeat? Here’s what Sunil Gavaskar feels 

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Published June 26, 2024 at 3:47pm

    India to take on England in second semi final

    This format is very exciting: Sunil

    Rohit scored a 41-ball 92 against Australia

India is set to take on England in the second semi final of the 2024 ICC T-20 World Cup on 27th June at 8 PM. It is worth remembering that the same two teams had clashed in the semi final in the 2022 T-20 WC. England had registered a 10-wicket victory with 4 overs to spare on the back of half centuries from English captain Jos Butler and opening batsman Alex Hales. Former Indian opener Sunil Gavaskar spoke about the prospects of the game. “Very excited. Look, this format is very exciting. Very entertaining. You get to see so many shots that you won’t see in the longest format of the game. You get to see so many deliveries that you don’t get to see. So it’s a very exciting format, and the way the teams have been playing, particularly India against Australia, it was amazing,” Sunil said on Star Sports. 

Also Read: Don’t think we lost at the toss: Mitchell Marsh

Sunil was also impressed with the initiative shown by Indian captain Rohit Sharma in the game against Australia. Rohit scored a 41-ball 92 in India’s 24-run victory against Australia in an innings that consisted of 7 fours and 8 sixes. “Rohit Sharma, leading from the front, hitting those big sixes. Despite losing Kohli in the previous over, it just tells you the intent – the captain of the Indian team has. They are gonna go out and try and maximise their abilities and win matches for the team,” Sunil added. 

Can India avenge the 2022 T-20 WC Semi Final defeat? Here’s what Sunil Gavaskar feels 

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    India to take on England in second semi final

    This format is very exciting: Sunil

    Rohit scored a 41-ball 92 against Australia

India is set to take on England in the second semi final of the 2024 ICC T-20 World Cup on 27th June at 8 PM. It is worth remembering that the same two teams had clashed in the semi final in the 2022 T-20 WC. England had registered a 10-wicket victory with 4 overs to spare on the back of half centuries from English captain Jos Butler and opening batsman Alex Hales. Former Indian opener Sunil Gavaskar spoke about the prospects of the game. “Very excited. Look, this format is very exciting. Very entertaining. You get to see so many shots that you won’t see in the longest format of the game. You get to see so many deliveries that you don’t get to see. So it’s a very exciting format, and the way the teams have been playing, particularly India against Australia, it was amazing,” Sunil said on Star Sports. 

Also Read: Don’t think we lost at the toss: Mitchell Marsh

Sunil was also impressed with the initiative shown by Indian captain Rohit Sharma in the game against Australia. Rohit scored a 41-ball 92 in India’s 24-run victory against Australia in an innings that consisted of 7 fours and 8 sixes. “Rohit Sharma, leading from the front, hitting those big sixes. Despite losing Kohli in the previous over, it just tells you the intent – the captain of the Indian team has. They are gonna go out and try and maximise their abilities and win matches for the team,” Sunil added. 

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