Taking KL Rahul’s debut all the way to the end, Suryakumar set Zimbabwe a target of 187 runs.

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India and Zimbabwe are playing in the final game of the Super-12 round of the T20 World Cup 2022 in Melbourne. India would have placed first in Group 2 and would have gone on to play England in the semifinals if it had won this game. Indian captain Rohit Sharma choose to bat first after winning the toss in this game. Suryakumar Yadav and KL Rahul’s fifty helped India collect 186 runs off the loss of 5 wickets.

The first two of KL India had a strong start thanks to Rahul and Rohit. However, Rohit was caught out for playing a pull shot and once again failed to play a significant innings. In just 13 balls, he managed to score 15 runs. Rohit and Rahul had a 27-run partnership for the first wicket. KL Rahul and Virat Kohli then seized control of the Indian innings. For the second wicket, the two added 60 runs in 48 balls of partnership. Rahul’s bat produced 34 runs out of this total. For this, he played 23 balls. Virat was also seen at the same moment and looked good. He used 25 balls to score 26 runs.

In his attempt to get rapid runs, Virat made the mistake of playing a huge shot on a ball that belonged to Sean Williams. In the next over following his dismissal, KL Rahul also went back to the dugout. He had earlier smashed a six off Sikandar Raza to register his second consecutive fifty in this World Cup. Rahul was, however, caught off guard when attempting to make a powerful shot off Raza’s next ball. He needed 35 balls to score 51 runs.

After Rahul was out of the game, Rishabh Pant entered the game. For the first time, he had the opportunity to compete in the T20 World Cup. However, Pant was dissatisfied, as he was caught after 3 runs in 5 balls. India’s score at one point was 1 wicket for 87 runs. But as soon as 101 runs were added to the total, three more wickets were lost. Suryakumar Yadav, though, continued to accumulate runs quickly from one end. Together with Hardik Pandya, he had a crucial partnership that helped India surpass 170 runs. In the last over, Suryakumar reached fifty runs. He only played 23 balls for this. Suryakumar’s undefeated 61 runs in 25 balls, which included six fours

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