Match Details

IND vs NZ 1st Semi Final, World Cup 2023

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NZ
327-1048.5
India won by 70 runs 🏆
IND
50.0397-4
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46th Over:
0
W
1
0
1
0
 
= 2
47th Over:
1
1
1
2
0
0
 
= 5
Last Over:
1
4
0
1
W
1
 
= 7
This Over:
1
W
0
6
W
 
= 7

Player of the Match

Mohammed Shami Logo
Mohammed Shami Jersy
Mohammed Shami
India
7/57
NZNZ - 2nd Innings
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10 Over 5946
15 Over 7387
20 Over 117124
25 Over 159161
30 Over 199199
35 Over 245224
40 Over 262266
INDIND - 1st Innings
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10 Over 6184
20 Over 140150
30 Over 216214
35 Over 251248
40 Over 293287
45 Over 337341
50 Over 401397

Commentary

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Milestone
Virat Kohli's 50th ODI century in front of his family and idol, Mohammed Shami's seven-wicket haul, KL Rahul's finish, Rohit Sharma's daunting start, Shreyas Iyer's back-to-back century and Shubman Gill's flamboyant stroke-play. Plenty to take away from this game for the Indians. 

Congratulations to India  for making the cut for the main event of the Maniac event. It's still not over as there's one last battle left unfinished. Will it be South Africa or will it be the most successful World Cup team i.e. Australia?  Who will face India in the finals of World Cup 2023? We shall get to know within 24 hours. So, make sure to stay tuned to this network.

 But wait!! Also, congratulations to New Zealand for making it to the semi-final and putting up a fight to remember for the ages. This is your fellow cricket nerd- Arijit Kundu and with my cricketmaniac pals- AkshayaKrishna Polya, Akshay Bhide, and Sidharth Gulati we would like to take your leave. And a huge shoutout to Zeeshan Naiyer, the scorer/analyst for this game. See you soon !! Cheers!
Most sixes in a World Cup game:

England vs Afghanistan, Manchester, 2019- 33

Australia vs New Zealand, Dharamsala, 2023- 32

New Zealand vs West Indies, Wellington, 2015 Quarter-Final- 31

South Africa vs Sri Lanka, Delhi, 2023- 31

India vs New Zealand, Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Today- 30
Most sixes in a single edition of a World Cup:

28 - Rohit Sharma (2023)
26 - Chris Gayle (2015)
22 - Eoin Morgan (2019)
22 - Glenn Maxwell (2023)
22 - Daryl Mitchell (2023)
Most runs in a single edition of a World Cup for New Zealand:

578 - Kane Williamson (2019)
578 - Rachin Ravindra (2023)
552 - Daryl Mitchell (2023)
547 - Martin Guptill (2015)
499 - Scott Styris (2007)
Most Five Wickets Haul against an opponent in World Cups:

Mitchell Starc vs New Zealand- 2

Mohammed Shami vs New Zealand- 2
Best bowling figures for India in ODIs: 

7/57 - Mohammed Shami vs New Zealand in Mumbai, 2023 (World Cup)
6/4 - Stuart Binny vs Bangladesh in Mirpur, 2014
6/12 - Anil Kumble vs West Indies in Kolkata, 1993
6/19 - Jasprit Bumrah vs England at The Oval, 2022
Rohit Sharma (India Captain): "Yeah. Obviously. I have played a lot of cricket here. So I know whatever score we get, we can't be relaxed. But we know there will be partnerships but we had to stay calm. These things are bound to happen but I'm glad that we came out on top.

Obviously, when the scoring rate is above nine all the time, you have to take chances. Sometimes it takes off. Sometimes it doesn't. We didn't take those chances. Williamson and Mitchell played brilliantly. The crowd went completely silent but we knew we had to create some magic. We tried everything but nothing worked. But Shami was brilliant.

That's gotta do a lot with the form that these guys are in. The top five batters have made it count. We all know what Iyer has done for us in this tournament. Gill also gave us a start but had to walk off due to cramps. Kohli also is doing what he does best. His trademark innings.

England game we got only 230 on the board and the way our bowlers bowled was brilliant. Today, obviously, semi-final, I wouldn't say there was no pressure. Whenever you play any game, there is pressure but there is extra pressure when you play a semi-final. I just told guys to keep doing what we have done in the last nine games and happy to get into the final."
Kane Williamson (New Zealand Captain): "Yeah, firstly, congratulations to India. They have played outstanding cricket throughout the tournament, and perhaps they played their best game tonight. A top side at the top of their game. Credit to the guys to stay in the fight.

 At the halfway stage, with 400 runs on the board, you won't see such a fight. Disappointing to go out, but super proud of the effort that's gone in for the last seven weeks. The guys have been playing well in this competition.

Yeah... I mean, look, the efforts were there. But India have a world-class batting unit, and they have been brilliant. It was tough to bowl at those batters, who didn't give us a sniff, really. But still, we have done well. As I said, credit to India for the way they played, and it was always tough. You come in and get 400, it's a tick in the box. They deserve to be where they are, played outstandingly well. It wasn't to be today, but nice to be out there to give ourselves a chance.

It was a fantastic crowd, unbelievable atmosphere, and slightly one-sided in support. Great to be in a tournament hosted by India. The support was there.

Some incredible contributions for us throughout. Overall, we have plenty of guys raising their hands up. As a team, there was a real commitment to the cricket we wanted to play. Special mentions to Rachin and Daryl Mitchell for the way they adapted to these conditions, and on varied surfaces, they performed well. Bowlers chipped in, a lot of fight, proud of that. Even if it didn't go our way, ultimately, moving forward as a team, we've taken some really good steps in the right direction.

Thank You, cheers!"

Best bowling figures in a World Cup match:

7/15 - Glenn McGrath vs Namibia in Potchefstroom, 2003
7/20 - Andy Bichel vs England in Gqeberha, 2003
7/33 - Tim Southee vs England in Wellington, 2015
7/51 - Winston Davis vs Australia in Leeds, 1983
7/57 - Mohammed Shami vs New Zealand in Mumbai, 2023

STAT ATTACK - Shami's 7/57 is the best figures of a bowler in ODI World Cup knockouts.
Fastest to 50 Wickets in ODI World Cups (Innings) 

17 - Mohammed Shami
 
19 - Mitchell Starc 
25 - Lasith Malinga
India's fourth final appearance in ODI World Cups.
Sidharth: Scoreboard pressure matters.