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India vs New Zealand: 12th World Cup-2019 First day Semifinal in Reserve day

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First day Semifinal in Reserve day
ICC World Cup (CWC-2019): India vs New Zealand: 12th World Cup-2019 First day Semifinal in Reserve day. As a result, the remaining part of the first semifinal match is to wait until the reserve day. If the rain continues on that day, if the match is not completed, Virat Kohli’s India will reach the final as the team ahead of the points table.

Before the match stopped, the New Zealand collected 211 runs in 46.1 overs and lost 5 wickets. New Zealand made the decision to bat first in the first semi-final of the World Cup in Manchester on Tuesday (July 9th). Opener Martin Guptill could not take advantage. He hit just one run in front of 14 balls and hit the team with a lot of pressure.

Then, with another opener Henry Nicholls, captain Williamson tried to prevent him, but returned to 28 after Nicholas. Ross Taylor is actually the fourth batsman to be a bit stronger and the Kiwis batting. Although the wheel of the runner is a bit slow to maintain.

Williamson was out for 134 in the 36th over of the innings. Earlier, against the 95-ball 67, with six fours. Williamson, who has scored the most runs in a single innings in this innings on the playing field, After his departure, Taylor also completed half-century. However, James Neesham (12) and Colin de Grandhom (16) could not be retired as long as his partner.

At the end of the innings, the rain rendered the rain. After waiting for a few hours, the umpires could not start the match anymore. Although the game would have been over the cartel over. When the weather is favorable on the reserve day, the entire match will be held, New Zealand’s second innings of 47th over of the innings. Taylor, unbeaten on 67 not out, and unbeaten Tom Latham on 3 runs for New Zealand.

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