IndvsNZ: Jadeja’s roar before match, ‘Forget history, we will win today’

Highlights:

  • Ravindra Jadeja’s roar after the match against New Zealand
  • Forget history, we will surely win
  • Captain Kohli and Rohit Sharma praised the Kiwi team

There will be an interesting match between India and New Zealand in the T20 World Cup today. Fans are eagerly awaiting this match. Even after the defeat against Pakistan in the last match, the spirits of the fans have not diminished. And even though India could not win against New Zealand in the World Cup, the fans are still praying for India’s victory. And in Teva, Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya, popularly known as ‘Sir’, roared before the match and expressed optimism about India’s victory.

“Our goal is the World Cup,” Jadeja said

Before the win against New Zealand, Indian captain Virat Kohli and spinner R Ashwin praised New Zealand, while Ravindra Jadeja made a big statement. “What is history?” Said Sir Jadeja in a video uploaded on the official website of the T20 World Cup. Forget it. One should always think ahead. This is the time to move forward with positive thinking. Our goal is the World Cup trophy. Here we will definitely win if we perform well.

Captain Kohli praised Ken Williamson

Captain Virat Kohli, on the other hand, praised New Zealand captain Ken Williamson, saying, “If we don’t talk about hostility, New Zealand has achieved a lot in the last 7-8 years.” She has been reaching the finals of ICC events continuously since the 2015 World Cup. They should be given credit for the fact that they are doing very well as a team. Not only on the field, but also off the field we have a good relationship with them.

This is what Rohit Sharma said for the Kiwi team

R Ashwin, who did not play in the match against Pakistan, was described by the New Zealand team as a team that plays smart cricket. “New Zealand is a technical team,” said Rohit Sharma, vice-captain of the Indian team. When it comes to the field, they have a very good plan. And because of that you can’t do anything easily.

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