T20 World Cup 2022: In the T20 World Cup 2022 semifinal match at Adelaide Oval, Team India suffered a devastating loss to England, ending their tournament run.
Sachin Tendulkar, the 2011 World Cup champion and a great of the game, encouraged the Men in Blue to bounce back after their crushing loss to the Three Lions.
The team has drawn a lot of criticism because many people thought they would win the competition in Australia. After four victories in the Super 12 stage, India did well to advance to the semifinals, but they were outplayed by England in the final and lost.
Sachin Tendulkar, who supported the team’s comeback, has stated that conclusions should not be drawn based solely on a single game.
T20 World Cup 2022: I know India’s Performance is Disappointed But we have To Accept it
It takes time to rise to the top; it does not happen suddenly. The team needs to consistently play strong cricket, which it has. Do not evaluate our team based on this performance. The players did not want to try something and fail. These ups and downs are common in sports.
Tendulkar was reported by India Today as saying, “We have to be in it together. Squad captained by Rohit Sharma India competed brilliantly in the Super 12 stage, just dropping one game to South Africa.
Tendulkar said that the Men in Blue’s overall performance at the Adelaide Oval was subpar. “I am aware of how disappointing the semi-final versus England was. Let’s concede that our score wasn’t very impressive.
168 is not a terrific number in Adelaide Oval because the side boundaries are very short and the field dimensions are completely different. Additionally, we had trouble getting wickets. We played hard, and it was a bad and frustrating loss,” Tendulkar said.
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T20 World Cup 2022: Pakistan VS England Finals Match
With a victory over Afghanistan, the team captained by Jos Buttler got their ICC T20 World Cup campaign started. One of the tournament’s shockers occurred when they lost their following game versus Ireland. They qualified for the semifinals and then went to the championship game with back-to-back victories over New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
On the other hand, Pakistan started their campaign with consecutive defeats to India and Zimbabwe. They defeated South Africa and the Netherlands in their ensuing two games. Pakistan easily defeated Bangladesh in their final Super 12 game after South Africa’s defeat to the Netherlands forced them
They played their best against the Kiwis in the first semifinal. And they now want to win the T20 World Cup for the second time, following 2009. Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam were able to quickly regain their form by hitting the fifties. Shaheen Shah Afridi, who had a sluggish start to the tournament, has now claimed 10 wickets, taking 2/24 against the Kiwis.