2023 World Cup: Pakistan was out of the World Cup even before the match was completed, now India will face this team

World Cup 2023 Semifinals: Bad news for Pakistan cricket team. He was out of the race for the semi-finals midway through the match against England. This means that this is Pakistan’s last match in the World Cup 2023. Even if Pakistan defeats England in this match, they will not be able to qualify for the semi-finals. Pakistan’s performance in this year’s World Cup was very poor.

Pakistan out of World Cup

Pakistan had to defeat England by a big margin to reach the semi-finals. In such a situation he had to bat first. But this did not happen and England won the toss and batted first. England, batting first, scored 337 runs losing nine wickets in 50 overs. Pakistan was challenged to achieve this target in 6.4 overs to reach the semi-finals, which Pakistan could not achieve. Pakistan team could score only 30 runs at the loss of two wickets in 6.4 overs and were out of the race for the semi-finals.

This team has qualified for the semi-finals

Pakistan team’s exit from the World Cup also opened the doors for a team to reach the semi-finals. This team is none other than New Zealand. New Zealand has now qualified for the semi-finals. They became the fourth team to qualify for the semi-finals. The tournament has been bumpy for the Kiwis, but they have finally qualified for the World Cup semi-finals for the fifth consecutive time. However, he has never won the tournament.

Semi-finals will be played between these two teams

The first semi-final match of the World Cup 2023 will be played between India and New Zealand. Both the teams will clash on Wednesday (November 15) at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. India had lost to New Zealand in the semi-finals of the last tournament. The second semi-final will be played between Australia and South Africa. This match will be played on 16 November at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

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