Team India He didn’t have much trouble dealing with Zimbabwe as they grabbed five wickets on Sunday. Zimbabwe faced defeat in their last match in the Super 12, but their multi-level star Sikander Raza was in great shape during the standoff against India. Reda’s outstanding show earned him the approval of all quarters. Furthermore, he became the first ever cricketer in the history of T20I cricket to score more than 500 points and collect 25 wickets. Former Indian cricketer Irrfan Pathan has been applauded with satisfaction for showing his all-around ability against the Men in Blue team.
I did well my colleague. Irfan wrote while responding to a tweet posted by Reda.
Well done my colleague. You were great with the ball of the ball in your hand
– IrfanPathan (@IrfanPathan) November 7 2022
Earlier, Reda spoke on Twitter about the excitement Globalism Cup match between Holland and South Africa. “This World Cup. I wish you all to watch the Netherlands and South Africa match. cricket Rida wrote on Sunday.
Cricket, you are beautiful 😍
– Sikander Raza (@SRazaB24) November 6, 2022
Returning to the match between India and Zimbabwe, the team led by Rohit Sharma scored 186. Suryakumar Yadav continued his thrilling strikes and played a powerful kick of 61 unbeaten from only 25 shots. KL Rahul also played crucial roles in 51. Rahul’s superb kicks came to an early end after Raza was able to knock him out in the 13th round of innings. Raza conceded 18 rounds against India and took Rahul’s important share after throwing three times.
Reda, while chasing the run, gave another stellar display and hit a superb shot of 34 on 24 balls. The 36-year-old multi-level player has forged a solid 60-year partnership with Ryan Burl. However, their massive hit eventually proved useless as Zimbabwe crashed out at 115.
With this win, India qualified for the semi-finals as the leader of Group B. Earlier on Sunday, the Netherlands caused a big upset as they beat South Africa by 13 rounds. The impressive victory of the Dutch national team gave Pakistan a lifeline and the team led by Babar Azam did nothing wrong in accepting it with gratitude.
Pakistan, in their last Super 12 match, beat Bangladesh to confirm their place in the semi-finals. Pakistan won by five wickets to advance to the round of four. They will now face New Zealand in the semi-finals on Wednesday. On the other hand, India will play England in the second semi-final on Thursday. The big match is scheduled for November 13 at Melbourne Cricket Ground.