T20 WC: ‘I wish …’, Ashwin tells AFG good luck in the match against New Zealand – ravichandran ashwin on the semi-final of the afghanistan new zealand match t20 world cup tspo

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  • India’s team match against Scotland on Friday
  • The way to the semifinals depends on the victory of Afghanistan

WC T20: Team India has a match against Scotland in the T20 World Cup on Friday. Earlier, Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin spoke to the media and said that we will enter the next match with the intention of having a good performance. On India’s chances of reaching the semi-finals, Ashwin said a lot now depends on Afghanistan.

Ravichandran Ashwin said his team and coach are focusing on winning both games rather than discussing qualification for the semi-finals.

Let us tell you that in Super-12, India recorded its first win against Afghanistan by 66 races on Wednesday. Despite this, he is in danger of being left out of the World Cup due to the defeats of Pakistan and New Zealand.

Ravichandran Ashwin said: “The team is not overthinking and is currently concentrating on the match against Scotland on 5 November. He said that no one in the team is talking about the semi-finals and that everyone is just thinking about doing their best in the remaining two games.

Regarding the game between New Zealand and Afghanistan, Ashwin said it is a very fun game, Afghanistan has played cricket well. We look forward to his best performance in the next game. Good luck from us for a good showing in Afghanistan. Ashwin joked that if a physical therapist is needed for Mujeeb, he wishes he could help.

Let us tell you that to reach the semi-finals, the Indian team will have to win their remaining two games by a large margin. Apart from this, it is necessary for New Zealand to lose a match, only then can a path be opened.


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