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IND vs ENG 2nd Semi-Final Results

Results
2nd Semi-Final, Adelaide, November 10, 2022, ICC Men's T20 World Cup, Australia, 2022
England beat India by 10 wickets
India168/6 (20.0 overs)
England170/0 (16.0 overs)

India vs England Commentary

End of over 2012 runs
ENG: 168/6CRR: 8.4
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19.6

Chris Jordan to Hardik Pandya, no run

OUT! HIT WICKET! The ball races to the fence but Pandya's foot touches the woods behind. Still, an excellent innings from Hardik and INDIA END WITH 168. A length ball on middle. Hardik steps back as he flicks this to deep square leg. He was way inside his crease and ends up touching the stumps behind. The bails are lit up.

11:21 AM IST Two one-sided affairs in the semi-finals but the only thing we want is a proper battle in the finals. Join us on the 13th of this month for the final and the biggest match of this competition. Pakistan will take on England at 1.30 pm IST (8 am GMT) Join us early for the build up. Cheers!
11:20 AM IST Jos Buttler, the captain of England says the character they have shown after the loss against Ireland has been brilliant and the performances they have put in has been excellent. States this game was close to perfect and he felt everyone played their part in this game. Adds they wanted to go after the bowlers right from the word go, they have a long batting line-up and that was their plan. Credits Hales for the way he batted and he feels the two complimented each other really well. Ends by saying it is important to enjoy this win but they know there is one more big task to go.
11:18 AM IST Rohit Sharma, the skipper of India says this loss hurts, they batted well towards the end but it was not enough. States things like this can happen but they just did not turn up with the ball here. Adds it is about handling the pressure in knockout games and the guys have played enough cricket to understand that and one needs to keep calm and they were nervous to begin with the ball. Credits the openers for the way they played. Admits they did get swing but the line and the length were not correct. Ends by saying they showed a lot of character in the first game and also against Bangladesh they won a tricky game but they failed to execute their plans in this one.
11:09 AM IST Alex Hales wins the Player of the Match award. He says this was one of the best innings he has played, on such a big occasion and he is pleased. States this is one of the best grounds to bat on, especially in the Powerplay and he enjoys batting here. Adds to play the World Cup is a special feeling and he cherishes the moment.
11:07 AM IST ...Presentation coming up...
11:07 AM IST Earlier in the day, after electing to bowl, the England bowlers made run-scoring tough for the Indian batters. However, a strong finish, thanks to Kohli and Pandya, India got close to 170. That though was chased by the English without breaking a sweat.
11:06 AM IST India just had no answers to the carnage! They did not get a lot of movement first up and then they were guilty of offering a lot of width to the batters. To add to that, the wicket also eased off. The seamers failed to provide the control their side needed at the start and then the spinners were tackled quite smartly.
11:06 AM IST 169 was just about par but England made it look like India were at least 20 or maybe 30 runs short. Right from the word go, England were on the attack, they got 13 from the first over and just never looked back. It was total carnage after that. Buttler was the one who began but Hales took over. It was Hales' show once he got going and he raced to his half ton. Buttler then followed and as England got closer, he played some shots and two recorded a 10-wicket victory for their side. The key was, they just never got carried away even when the boundaries were flowing, they batted according to the merit of the delivery. Total class from the two English openers.
End of over 1614 runs
ENG: 170/0CRR: 10.63
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Jos Buttler:80 (49)
Alex Hales:86 (47)
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15.6

Mohammad Shami to Jos Buttler, 6 runs

SIX! It goes over Kohli and India have been hammered down as they go back home earlier than they thought! A huge roar from the skipper as he hits the winning runs. This is full and on middle. Jos Buttler smashes it over long on for a biggie. ENGLAND WIN BY 10 WICKETS AND WILL FACE PAKISTAN IN THE FINAL.

11:05 AM IST Total annihilation! If you thought Pakistan's win over New Zealand was convincing, not sure what one would call this. India have been outclassed, outplayed, and humiliated. If we have to be harsh but that is some win to march into the finals for England. Absolutely brilliant! If ever someone needs an example of what is called a perfect run chase, this could be surely one.
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IND vs ENG Venue Details

Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
PitchBatting friendly
Matches Won
Batting First8 Won (61.54%)
Bowling First5 Won (38.46%)
Temperature, 16.03C, Clouds
Humidity - 88%Wind Speed 2.65 meter/sec
  • 174Average 1st Innings
  • 148Average 2nd Innings
  • 73.68%PACEPercentage of wickets takes by pacers
  • 26.32%SPINPercentage of wickets takes by spinners
  • 241-4By Australia vs West Indies Highest Total
  • 117-10By Netherlands vs Zimbabwe Lowest Total
  • 120* Runs Glenn MaxwellHighest Individual Score
  • 4/15Shane WatsonBest Bowling Figures

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Match Details

Venue
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Toss
England, elected to field
Series
ICC Men's T20 World Cup, Australia, 2022
Series Period
16 Oct 2022 - 13 Nov 2022
Match Day
10 Nov 2022 - D/N (20 - over match)
Umpires
Kumar Dharmasena (SL), Paul Reiffel (AUS) and Chris Gaffaney (NZ)
Match Referee
David Boon (AUS)
Streaming Platform
Disney+hotstar
Broadcasting Platform
Star Sports