India vs New Zealand semi-final match due to rain, reserve day will be played ahead of 46.1 overs on July 10

Between India and New Zealand, Cricket World Cup 2019 semi-final match being played in Manchester has been stopped due to rain. Though the best efforts were made to start this match, the match could not be completed after repeated rain. By the time the match was stopped due to rain, New Zealand had scored 211 for five wickets in 46.1 overs. These matches will now start on 3rd July at 3 o’clock on the day of Reserve Day on July 10.

Martin Guptill (1), Henri Nicholls (28), Ken Williamson (67) James Neesham (12) , Colin de Grandhom (16) was dismissed. Ross Taylor (67) and Tom Latham (03) were unbeaten on the crease. Bhuvnesh Kumar, Jaspreet Bumrah, Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Yuswendra Chahal, 1-1, wicket shock from India.

In the Cricket World Cup, if India and New Zealand are playing matches, then in this case, Kiwi on Team India is heavily involved. So far 8 matches have been played between New Zealand and India in Cricket World Cup. In which New Zealand has 4 and India has won 3 matches. While one match could not be played due to rain. It is true that India is performing better than New Zealand in Manchester. India played 10 matches on this ground, in which 5 live and 5 lost. At the same time, New Zealand played 8 matches on this ground, in which 2 wins, 4 losses, result of a match did not come, while a match was rained to rain.

In Cricket World Cup 2019, Team India also performed brilliantly on Manchester’s Old Trafford field. India defeated Pakistan by 89 runs in the first match, followed by West Indies by 125 runs in the second match. Team India was unbeatable in both of the matches played on this field. The league match between India and New Zealand at Nottingham was canceled due to rain.

Despite Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s refusal, Virat Kohli took DRS, Martin Guptill out of the match

Between India and New Zealand, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s experience once again appeared in the semi-final of the 2019 Cricket World Cup being played at Old Trafford, Manchester. India’s first over of the semi-final match came to throw Bhuvneshwar Kumar At that time, NZZ opener Martin Guptill was on the crease. Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled the first ball of the over which went on to the Guptill pad. During this time, Virat Bhubaneswar Kumar appealed but the umpire said not out. But Virat Kohli thought that Guptill was LBW out.

During this time, when Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Bhuvneshwar Kumar advised whether DRS should be taken or not. Standing behind the wicket, Dhoni refused to allow Virat to take the DRS. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Virat were confident that Martin Guptill was out. He took DRL bypassing Dhoni’s advice.

The case went to the third umpire. When the third umpire Rod Tucker was watching this appeal, it clearly showed that the ball was going out on the leg stump after falling on the outside. For this, the third umpire retained the Not Out decision of the field umpire. This proved once again that Dhoni is a master in taking the DRS. Against the experience of Dhoni again Virat Kohli proved to be a loser. If Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s advice was considered as Virat Kohli, India would have to lose the first review. There is a semifinal match anyway where the scope for mistake is very little.

India’s Cricket World Cup has been fantastic in 2019. Apart from this, they have defeated all the teams in league matches. Rohit Sharma has been the World Cup from India. Rohit has so far scored five hundreds. He is the only batsman who has scored the most runs in this World Cup. While Jaspreet Bumrah has done amazing in bowling. If Rohit’s bat reappeared in this semi-final match then Team India could not stop it from qualifying in the final.

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