England beat India to reach the T20 World Cup final against Pakistan. After Jos Buttler won the toss and chose to bowl first, Rohit Sharma stated that he would have batted first regardless of the outcome. Rishabh Pant has been chosen as India’s wicketkeeper over Dinesh Karthik. In the T20 World Cup, these two teams have only met three times, with India winning two of those games.
#TeamIndia put up a fight but it was England who won the match.
We had a solid run till the semifinal & enjoyed a solid support from the fans.
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 10, 2022
England batters dominated the Indian bowling attack from the start. The openers, Jos Buttler (80) and Alex Hales (86), eased the English side to the finals. England will now face Pakistan for the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 trophy on November 13 in Melbourne.
Jos Buttler* 80(49)
Alex Hales* 86(47)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 0/25(2)
Arshdeep Singh 0/15(2)
Axar Patel 0/30(4)
Mohammed Shami 0/39(3)
R Ashwin 0/27(2)
Hardik Pandya 0/34(3)
England defeats India by ten wickets in only sixteen overs. With this, it has qualified for the finals of the T20 World Cup 2022, where it will face Pakistan on November 13 in Melbourne.
(Photo courtesy: ICC) pic.twitter.com/Zixbk0TOy7
— ANI (@ANI) November 10, 2022
While subcontinent fans await a dream India-Pakistan final clash at the ICC T20 World Cup in Melbourne, New Zealand and England are busy with their own plans to set their own final date.
Pakistan cannot afford to take New Zealand lightly in today’s first semifinal, and it would be foolish to predict an Indian win over England in tomorrow’s second semifinal.