List of Big Records broken in IND vs ENG Semifinal in Guyana

IND vs ENG: It was a clinical performance for India in the second semifinal against the defending champion, and they went on to take revenge for the 10-wicket defeat they suffered in the 2022 semifinal. The Indian side went on to thrash England by 68 runs at Providence Stadium in Guyana and made it to their third T20 World Cup final.

It was a good toss to lose for Rohit Sharma, and India batted first. Despite Virat Kohli getting out for yet another low score, India had a crucial 73-partnership for the third wicket between Rohit and Suryakumar Yadav. Rohit scored 57 runs off 39 balls, and Suryakumar scored 47 off 36. In the end, Hardik Pandya (23 off 13) and Ravindra Jadeja (17* off 9) helped India reach an above-par score of 171/7.

It proved to be a massive task for England, as they couldn’t face the Indian spinners. Axar Patel (3/23) and Kuldeep Yadav (3/19) ran through the English batting and helped India win the IND vs ENG semifinal. There were a few notable records broken in this IND vs ENG clash, about which we will talk here.

Some big records borken in the IND vs ENG semifinal in Guyana

Some big records borken in the IND vs ENG semifinal in GuyanaSome big records borken in the IND vs ENG semifinal in Guyana
IND vs ENG Semifinal

Most Successful Captain: Rohit Sharma has been the most successful T20I captain now. Rohit has led India in 62 matches and won 49 of them, and this is the most T20I wins by a captain. He overtook Babar Azam, who has 48 wins in 85 matches. The Indian captain has a win ratio of almost 80, which is the best among the test-playing nations.

Most Wickets for India in a T20 World Cup: Though Arshdeep Singh couldn’t take a wicket in the IND vs ENG semifinal, he has taken a total of 15 wickets in this tournament. He has now taken the most wickets for India in a single edition of the T20 World Cup. Jasprit Bumrah is next, with 13 wickets in the ongoing edition.

Biggest Win in knockouts in T20 World Cup: India registered a 68-run win over England here. This is India’s fourth-biggest win in the T20 World Cup. This is also the second-biggest win in terms of runs in the knockouts of T20 World Cups.

Second-biggest winning streak: Team India have now been undefeated in their last 11 matches, which is their second-biggest winning streak in the T20 internationals. If they can win the final, they will equal their longest T20I winning streak.

1st English Batter with 1000 runs in T20 World Cups: Jos Buttler looked good in his short stay at the crease when he scored 23 runs off 15 balls. In this period, he went on to complete 1000 runs in the T20 World Cups and became the first English batter to do so. Buttler has now scored 1013 runs in the tournament’s history. He is only behind Virat Kohli (1216), Rohit Sharma (1211) and Mahela Jayawardene (1016).

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