India Vs New Zealand: After India’s fifth consecutive win, Rohit said – half the work is done

India vs New Zealand 2023: After Mohammed Shami took five wickets against New Zealand in the World Cup 2023, India continued their winning streak with a big half-century from Virat Kohli. In this match, Team India defeated New Zealand by four wickets, which is their first victory over the Kiwis in the last 20 years in an ICC tournament. The last time India defeated New Zealand in the World Cup was 20 years ago in 2003 in Centurion. With this win, India gave wings to their hopes of reaching the semi-finals while consolidating their position at the top of the table with 10 points from five wins from five matches. After this victory, Team India captain Rohit Sharma gave a big statement.

What did Rohit say after his fifth consecutive win?

Indian captain Rohit Sharma said that half the work has been completed, but after thinking more for Nothing is there After the match, Rohit Sharma said, “We started the tournament well but our work is half done now. It is important to maintain balance. Don’t think too far ahead. It is important to be in the present.

Mohammed Shami was praised a lot

Rohit also praised Mohammed Shami, who played his first match in the World Cup 2023, and took 5 wickets in this match. Rohit said that Shami took advantage of the opportunity with both hands. Mohammed Shami has experience on these pitches, he is a brilliant bowler. At one point we were looking at a score of over 300, but the credit for the last few overs goes to our bowlers. Talking about Virat Kohli, Rohit said, “He has done this for us for so many years. We were in trouble but Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja got them out.

Talking about fielding, Rohit said, “Fielding is something we are proud of. But today our fielding was not good. Ravindra Jadeja is undoubtedly one of the best fielders in the world. But sometimes you make mistakes as a fielder. Let us tell you that Jadeja had initially dropped the catch of Rachin Ravindra, who had scored a brilliant half-century.