World Cup 2023: New Zealand gets Brahmastra

2023 World Cup: The New Zealand team is performing brilliantly in the World Cup 2023 and has a Brahmastra in its hands, which can also help it win the title. New Zealand’s 23-year-old young all-rounder Rachin Ravindra has created a stir in the World Cup 2023 with his explosive batting. Rachin Ravindra continues to score runs with his bat in the 2023 World Cup. Have been.


Brahmastra in the hands of New Zealand

The New Zealand team has found a Brahmastra in the form of 23-year-old young all-rounder Rachin Ravindra. Rachin Ravindra played a brilliant inning of 51 runs in the World Cup match against Netherlands in Hyderabad on Monday. Rachin Ravindra had earlier played an unbeaten inning of 123 runs on 96 balls in the World Cup match played against England on October 5, 2023. Rachin Ravindra’s innings included 11 fours and 5 sixes. New Zealand defeated England by 9 wickets due to the brilliant bowling of Rachin Ravindra.

Raining runs continuously in the World Cup

Rachin Ravindra is the second highest run scorer in the current World Cup. Rachin Ravindra has so far scored 174 runs in 2 matches in the World Cup 2023. Rachin Ravindra has so far scored one century and one half-century in the World Cup 2023. Let us tell you that this star cricketer of New Zealand is originally an Indian. Rachin Ravindra’s father Ravi Krishnamurthy was a software architect and also played club cricket in Bengaluru. Rachin Ravindra’s father Ravi Krishnamurthy later settled in New Zealand. Rachin Ravindra was born in Wellington and started playing cricket there. Rachin’s father was a big fan of Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid, so he named his son Rachin.