India vs Netherlands Cricket Match ICC World Cup 2022

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India vs Netherlands

India vs Netherlands Cricket Match

World T20 2022 22nd match on Thursday, 27 Oct 2022
Stadium: Sydney 
India won by 56 runs.

India defeated the Netherlands and moved to the top of Group 2 because of the 50s of Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and Suryakumar Yadav. They all bowled in distinctly different styles and rhythms. India put on a classic performance of disciplined dominance over Member opposition. After electing to bat first on a surface at the MCD significantly slower than the one, they used for their tournament opener at the MCG. They scored a level terms total and ruthlessly held it down.

The Netherlands was never in the game while chasing 180. And seemed to be at risk of being bowled out for less than 100 runs for a time. By closing the innings against Arshdeep Singh with 4, 4, 4, they could avoid that outcome and decrease the gaping 56-runs difference in their loss.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep, Axar Patel, and R Ashwin each took two wickets, but Mohammed Shami only managed one. India’s five elite bowlers split the five wickets.

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The new ball also swung and paused on the batter on occasion. India opened their innings with just 11 runs in the first 2.4 overs. And van Meekeren took a well-deserved early wicket after KL Rahul missed the flick off a late inswinger. Even though Rohit, Rahul’s opening partner, appeared to hint that the ball might have been swinging down the leg side, ball tracking proved Rohit correct. Rahul didn’t challenge the judgment.

Three fifties from the Indian side:

Rohit struggled to maintain fluency but continued to aim for the limits on this slow surface. Tim Pringle dropped a chance on 13 but overcame it and concluded his innings with a control percentage of just under 59. However, he kept India’s scoreboard ticking in the first 12 overs of their innings thanks to his determination to be unpleasant. When he was at the crease, Rahul and Kohli, the two batters at the other end, combined to score 28 runs off 31 balls, scoring 53 runs off 39 balls.

Kohli finally had a 75% control percentage. Kohli’s control percentage was 81 for the first 21 balls of his innings when Rohit was at the other end. He didn’t take chances early on as Rohit did and trusted that he could swiftly score once he was in position. Previously having scored 32 off 30 balls, he did this. He upped the regularity with which he found the boundary in the last five overs to score 30 runs off his final 14 balls.

Suryakumar achieved what only a few people in the world can. In his first 12 balls at the crease, he found the boundary five times by moving this way and using his wrists to flick and slash the ball into spaces. Given how frequently he does these things, you may take them for granted. He hit seven fours and a flipped six off the final ball of the innings to finish undefeated on 51 off 25 balls, a mind-blowing effort on a slow wicket.

Together, these three innings helped India accomplish their goals for the day. Rohit’s early risks failed frequently enough for Kohli to start carefully. Due to his explosive start, Suryakumar could continue in that manner through the final five overs.

Bhuvneshwar creates the scene for a fantastic bowling performance:

The Netherlands‘ batting at this World Cup has been best described as “Max O’Dowd or bust,” and the first overs continued in that style. In the second over, O’Dowd hit two nice square drives off Arshdeep that struck the boundary.

Bhuvneshwar, who bowled with extreme precision and removed Vikramjit Singh, who swiped his delivery past the line, finished 2-2-0-1 on both sides. O’Dowd was out attempting to create boundaries because the rest of the top order was having trouble. He missed a sweep by showing Axar every single one of his stumps.

After that, the Netherlands‘ effort was broken as Axar and Ashwin clobbered them throughout the middle overs before the fast bowlers returned to finish off the lower order. After starting expensively, Arshdeep recovered to take two wickets in two balls, a vicious bouncer, and an inch-perfect yorker. He had already taken three wickets as he began the final over. But by the time that was through, his figures were battered. Van Meekeren had also given the Dutch supporters something to cheer about.

ICC World Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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