In a thrilling encounter, Virat Kohli's skillful 95 guided India to a four-wicket triumph over New Zealand in the 50-overs World Cup. Daryl Mitchell'
In a thrilling encounter, Virat Kohli’s skillful 95 guided India to a four-wicket triumph over New Zealand in the 50-overs World Cup. Daryl Mitchell’s rapid 130 initially set a challenging target of 274, but India’s Mohammed Shami’s remarkable 5-54 helped restrict New Zealand to 273. Despite India’s solid start, a resilient New Zealand fought back, inducing a tense atmosphere. However, Kohli’s steady performance, accompanied by a crucial partnership with Ravindra Jadeja, ensured India’s unbeaten streak in the tournament continued. While New Zealand captain Tom Latham acknowledged India’s exceptional bowling, he also recognized missed opportunities that could have changed the course of the match.