Team India is just one step away from creating history in the ICC Cricket World Cup-2019. A one-day event is currently a two-day event. Team Virat bowlers have made half work on Tuesday and the rain stopped New Zealand's innings at 46.1 overs yesterday, after which the game could not be played. It was finally decided that the remaining matches would be played today. More importantly, the match will start from where the match was stopped yesterday.
In today's match, if Team India bats superbly, they will go straight to the final. The match will now be played on the second day today. The ICC World Cup has a reserve day provision in the knockout round and according to this rule, if the match date is not completed, the match will start the next day from where the day ended.
India lost the toss in yesterday's match and got a chance to bowl first for New Zealand. India bowled superbly and kept the Kiwi team tied all the time. India had bowled 5 wickets for 46.1 overs and the Kiwi team had scored 211 runs. India's five bowlers Bumrah, Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Chahal and Jadeja each scored one wicket each. Ross Taylor on 67 and Tom Latham on 3 were unbeaten.