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T20 World Cup, IND vs NZ: India get ready for New Zealand challenge with “a fun exercise”. See Photos

T20 World Cup: Indian players take part in a training session.© Instagram

Indian players are working hard and getting ready for their upcoming Super 12 match against New Zealand. Indian cricket team’s Instagram handle shared some photos from the training session before the important match. The photos have of the cricketers like Rishabh Pant and Ravichandran Ashwin take part in a “fun drill”. The post was well received by fans with many congratulating them on the important match against Kane Williamson’s team. India and New Zealand both started their T20 World Cup campaigns with a defeat against Pakistan.

Here are the photos:

The report also showed fans that confidence in the Indian camp is high despite the huge defeat against Pakistan.

The Babar Azam-led outfit defeated India by 10 wickets in Dubai. Pakistan chased down a target of 152 runs and reached 152 for no loss in 17.5 overs.

Starting batsmen Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwam were in brilliant form and remained unbeaten. Azam smashed 68 runs from 52 deliveries while Rizwan scored 79 in 55 balls.

After being asked to bat first, India scored 151 for seven in 20 overs with Virat Kohli scoring a half-century (57 off 49 balls).

Despite Kohli’s beating, India went through a top-order collapse with opening batsman Rohit Sharma leaving for a golden duck. KL Rahul could only take three runs off eight balls.

In addition to Kohli, Rishabh Pant also made a contribution and played a 39-pointer in 30 balls.

Shaheen Afridi was in excellent form for Pakistan and took three wickets in four overs. Hasan Ali also took two wickets in four overs for his team but was taken for many.


India’s emerging opponents, New Zealand, also lost to Pakistan in their first Super 12 match. Pakistan defeated New Zealand by five wickets on Tuesday to make it two wins out of two.

Pakistan is currently at the top of Group 2, followed by Afghanistan in second place (one win from one match). New Zealand is in fourth place, followed by India in fifth (one defeat from one match).

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