In T20 World Cup 2022, New Zealand and England teams have reached the semi-finals from Group 1. In the last match, the England team won against Sri Lanka and got the semis ticket.
New Zealand became the first team to reach the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2022. On Saturday, England also reached the semifinals by defeating Sri Lanka in the same group. New Zealand and England teams have reached the semi-finals with many thrilling matches from Group 1. And the host team Australia, which depended on the results of other teams, got a huge shock in the T20 World Cup. It left the Super 12 without reaching the semis. The match between Sri Lanka and England definitely broke the hearts of the domestic fans.
England’s chances of making it to the semi-finals looked clear. With the win against Sri Lanka, they moved up from the third position to the second position and secured their semi-final ticket. In this match which was held at Sydney ground, England won and the journey of Australia ended.
England in the semi-finals
New Zealand won three out of five matches to top the group. Only the match against England and the match against Afghanistan was canceled due to rain. This leads to the semi-final with a net-rate of +2.113 with seven points in the account. England have five points ahead of Saturday. But, they got two points after defeating Sri Lanka. Australia also have seven points. But that team’s net run rate is lower than England. Due to this, the team could not succeed in qualifying.
Interesting group 2 results..
As the Kiwis and England teams have already reached the semis from Group 1, now all eyes are on the results of Group 2. The two teams that will reach the semis will be known with the three matches to be held tomorrow. Team India is currently at the top of Group 1. Rohit’s team is ready to play a crucial match against Zimbabwe tomorrow. If they win this match, Team India will get the semis ticket. Also, the South African team will also become the second team to reach the semis if they win the match against the Netherlands. However, unless some miracles happen, huge changes can be seen.