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IND vs NZ India Suffered a Humiliating Defeat Against New Zealand

On paper, the world’s strongest Indian batting order was badly shattered in front of disciplined bowling of New Zealand and lost by 8 wickets in what was considered to be the ‘quarterfinal’ of the ICC T20 World Cup.

India’s Road to Semi-Finals Tough

new Zealand beat India by 8 wickets For India now the road to the semi-finals has become so difficult. that if Afghanistan defeats New Zealand. So he too will remain in the race. That too when India defeats Afghanistan, Namibia, and Scotland.

New Zealand Beat India by 8 Wickets

New Zealand beat India by 8 wickets in the Group 2 match of the World Cup. And kept his hopes alive in the semi-finals. India’s hopes of reaching the semi-finals have suffered a setback after losing the second match in a row after a 10-wicket loss to Pakistan in the first match.

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Questions Were Also Raised on Kohli’s Leadership Ability.

Along with this, questions have also raised on the leadership ability of Virat Kohli. Kohli is leaving the T20 captaincy after this tournament. But this defeat will also raise questions about his future as an ODI captain. While the loss of the first match was humiliating, the defeat against New Zealand was also embarrassing.

Questions Will Arise on Kohli’s Future

Kohli is leaving the T20 captaincy after this tournament. But this defeat will also raise questions about his future as an ODI captain. While the loss of the first match was humiliating, the defeat against New Zealand was also embarrassing. The easy target of 111 runs for the victory achieved by the Kiwi team in 14.3 overs. Daryl Mitchell scored 49 runs in 35 balls. While captain Kane Williamson remained unbeaten on 33 off 31 balls. Now the road to the semi-finals has become so difficult for India. that if Afghanistan defeats New Zealand. So he too will remain in the race.

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