England Mocks India Ahead of ICC T20 World Cup 2024 Semi-Final

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England’s cricket team couldn’t resist taunting India after the Men in Blue secured their spot in the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 semi-finals. The much-anticipated clash is set for June 27, with India facing England in Guyana.

India clinched their semi-final berth by defeating Australia by 24 runs, topping Group 1. Rohit Sharma led the charge, smashing 92 runs off just 41 balls, including 8 sixes and 7 fours. India posted a daunting total of 205 runs. Despite Travis Head’s efforts for Australia, India’s bowlers held firm to secure a win.

England, the defending champions, had a rocky path to the semi-finals. They started strong with a win against the West Indies but stumbled against South Africa. A crucial win over the USA, combined with Australia defeating Scotland, helped England squeeze into the semis.

After India’s victory, England Cricket’s official account tweeted a cheeky reminder to Indian fans, asking if they remembered the last time the two teams met in a T20 World Cup semi-final in 2022. England had emerged victorious in that encounter, and the tweet instantly sparked reactions across social media.

As the semi-final showdown approaches, fans are eagerly anticipating a thrilling contest. Both teams have a lot to prove, with India looking to avenge their previous loss and England aiming to defend their title. The stage is set for an epic battle in Guyana.

Osama Asghar

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