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IND vs NZ, World Cup 2023: The match between India and New Zealand was considered to be the biggest match in the ODI World Cup 2023. But Team India has performed well in this match even without Hardik Pandya. At one time in bowling it seemed that the New Zealand team was scoring more than 300 runs. But the bowlers made a comeback and restricted the Kiwi team to 273 runs. Mohammed Shami took five wickets. Rohit Sharma was out after scoring 46 runs in 40 balls. Meanwhile, a picture of a spectator cheering for Team India with a special poster from the stands went viral.

A dialogue from the famous film Gangs of Wasseypur was written on the poster held by this spectator, but this dialogue was written in the language of cricket. The words of that dialogue were, ‘Father’s, grandfather’s, brother’s revenge for all your waste’. On similar lines, a dialogue was written about Virat Kohli. However, Kohli’s childhood name Chiku was written on it. Even MS Dhoni used to call him Chiku. So the audience remembered the 2019 World Cup semi-final loss and wrote a special dialogue remembering MS Dhoni’s runout.

The poster held in the hands of the spectators read, “Baap ka, dada ka, Mahi bhai ke runout ka, sabka badla lega tera chiku.” It is worth noting that the 2019 World Cup runout is alive in the heart of every Indian fan when M.S. Dhoni’s wicket changed the fortunes of Team India. At the same time, India has not defeated New Zealand in ICC tournaments for 20 years. Therefore, this time everyone is hoping that Team India will settle the old score with the Kiwi team.

In the match, the Indian captain won the toss and decided to bat first. New Zealand scored 273 runs losing 10 wickets in 50 overs. Mohammed Shami took four wickets for India. Rohit Sharma made a great start while chasing the target. He took away the fear of Matt Henry and Trent Boult. But Lockie Ferguson became his call and forced him to play. Shubhman Gill also became a victim of Ferguson. The match was once again in the hands of Virat Kohli.