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England advanced to the T20 World Cup final after destroying India in the semi-final.

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Jos Buttler and Alex Hales destroyed India’s hope to play in the T20 World Cup Final. At the Adelaide Oval venue earlier today, England won against India by 10 wickets with 24 balls still remaining in the match. After winning the toss, England has decided to give India the opportunity to bat first. After the completion of the 20 overs, India’s score stood at 168 runs, however they had lost six wickets. On the other hand, England was able to comfortably chase the runs and scored 170 runs in just 16 over without losing a single wicket. They were successful in their mission. The match was extremely heartbreaking for India and all of its supporters. Thousands of Indian supporters converged on the stadium earlier today in the hopes of witnessing their team advance to the T20 World cup final match, but England dashed those aspirations by beating India and securing their spot in the final match.

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Jos Butler and Alex Hales recorded the highest partnership in the Men’s T20 World Cup history.

The opening batsmen for India did not perform up to par today, as evidenced by the low number of runs they contributed to their team’s total. Within the first two overs of the game, KL Rahul was only able to score five runs and got out by Chris Woakes in the second over of the match. Rahul only hit one four in this match. Unfortunately, Rohit Sharma was dismissed by Chris Jordan after scoring 27 runs off 28 balls. He had hit 4 fours throughout his batting attempts.

Both Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya had absolutely impressive games and finished the match having reached their respective half century. Kohli batted for 40 balls and got 50 runs off of them, including 4 fours and 1 six. Hardik hit four fours and five sixes in his 63-run innings, which he completed after facing 33 balls. Today, he turned in an outstanding performance and helped India bring their score up to 168. Both Kohli and Pandya were dismissed by Chris Jordan in their respective innings. Suryakumar Yadav was dismissed by Adil Rashid after scoring only 14 runs. After scoring six runs, Rishabh Pant was eventually got run out by Jos Buttler. Today, England’s bowler Chris Jordan took three wickets, Chris Woakes took one wicket, and Adil Rashid took one wicket.

Despite the fact that India achieved a substantial number of runs in the semi-final match that took place today, they were unable to overcome the formidable performance of Jos Buttler and Alex Hales. Both of them just performed exceptionally well today, and the bowlers for the Indians did not stand a chance against any of them. The Indians’ bowlers gave it their all in an effort to pick up wickets, but they were ultimately unsuccessful.

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Jos Buttler was undefeated during his innings of 80 runs, which he completed by scoring runs in just 49 balls and hitting 9 fours, 3 sixes. Alex Hales remained unbeaten also throughout his innings of 86 runs, which he completed in just 47 balls and which included four fours, seven sixes. They were successful in beating the runs and scored 170 runs quite easily in just 16 overs with 4 overs left in the contest. They were both instrumental in bringing England all the way to the final of the T20 World Cup.

Today was a great day for England’s fans as they got to witness their side play exceptionally well and bring the victory for their nation. Now that they have reached this point, their ultimate objective is to win the T20 World Cup Final; nevertheless, this will not be a simple feat for them to accomplish because they will be competing against the formidable bowlers from Pakistan. They will be victorious in the match if they are successful against the bowlers and have a good batting performance.

On Sunday, November 13, at 2:00 p.m. local time England will face Pakistan in Melbourne, Australia’s MCG stadium in the men’s T20 World Cup final match. The match will determine the winner of the tournament.

England vs India Score

India: 168/6 (20 Overs)

England: 170/0 (16 Overs)

England won against India by 10 wickets with 24 balls (4 Overs) left in the match.

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