The Indian team has reached the semi-finals of the World Cup 7 times so far, and has won only so many times.

ICC world cup The one-sided performance of the Indian team in 2023 has been seen so far on the field. India have already qualified for the semi-finals after winning all their eight matches. At the same time, India has not yet played a single match in the league stage, which will be played against Netherlands on November 12 at Bengaluru ground. It is almost certain that the Indian team will face New Zealand in the semi-finals, hence all the fans are very scared about the record of Team India in the knockout matches.

India has reached the World Cup semi-finals seven times

The Indian team has reached the semi-finals seven times in the history of the ODI World Cup. However, India has managed to reach the finals only three times, winning the World Cup trophy twice. The Indian team made it to the semi-finals of the 1983 World Cup, in which they defeated England by 6 wickets and then won the World Cup trophy. After this, in the year 1987, when the Indian team reached the semi-finals, they again faced England, in which the team lost by 35 runs.

After this, Team India was successful in reaching the semi-finals in the 1996 World Cup, where India lost against the Sri Lankan team in that match. At the same time, in the 2003 World Cup, the Indian team faced Kenya in the semi-finals. India won the match by 91 runs but lost to Australia in the final. In the year 2011 World Cup, Team India faced Pakistan in the semi-finals and in this match, they won by 29 runs and made it to the finals, where they defeated Sri Lanka to win the ODI World Cup trophy for the second time.

The Indian team also performed brilliantly in the 2015 World Cup, but they lost to Australia by 95 runs in the semi-final match. India had to face defeat by 18 runs at the hands of New Zealand in the semi-finals of the 2019 World Cup.

India’s record against New Zealand

The Indian team is almost certain to face New Zealand in the first semi-final match on November 15 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The Indian team has so far had a poor record against the Kiwi team in ICC knockout matches, in which it has faced defeat in all three matches.

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