No one can stop India, says Shoaib Akhtar

World Cup 2023: India defeated Sri Lanka by 302 runs in the 33rd match of the World Cup 2023. With this victory, India has reached the semi-finals. After India’s victory, many former Indian cricketers are giving great reaction. At the same time, the reaction of former Pakistani legend Shoaib Akhtar would have made all the Indians happy. His reaction made headlines. Akhtar shared the video on his YouTube channel after India’s win and predicted whether India would win the World Cup this time. He said, no one can stop India.

There is no one in the fight!
Shoaib Akhtar praised the Men in Blue for the way the Indian team is playing in this World Cup. He said, “The kind of cricket India is playing at the moment, it is clear that they are going to win the World Cup. He said, God willing, nothing can stop India now. He also praised the Indian bowlers. He said, “I am especially happy for Mohammed Shami. India is playing very good cricket at the moment.

India defeated Sri Lanka by 302 runs in the final. This was India’s second biggest win in the history of ODI cricket. In the same year, Australia recorded its biggest win of 309 runs against the Netherlands. In reply to India’s 357 runs, Sri Lankan team was reduced to 55 runs. This was India’s second biggest win in ODIs and fourth overall. With this win, India has reached the top of the points table with 14 points.

For the fourth consecutive time, Team India has now reached the semi-finals with this. The Men in Blue have reached the semi-finals for the fourth consecutive time. In 2011, the team became champions, then in 2015 and 2019, the team lost in the semi-finals. This is the fourth consecutive time that India has reached the semi-finals. After winning the last two matches, Team India is still at the top position in the points table. The next match is against South Africa on 5 November. After this, the last league match will be against Netherlands on 12 November. The semi-finals will be played on 15 and 16 November. It remains to be seen how the Indian team performs.