Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul hit tons to drive India to 410/4 before the Men in Blue bowled out the Netherlands for 250 to enter the World Cup semi-finals with nine wins in as many tours
Indian players celebrate Virat Kohli’s dismissal of Netherlands captain Scott Edwards during their ICC World Cup match in Bengaluru. AP
India continued their dominant march into the semi-finals of the ICC World Cup 2023 with a 160-run thrashing of the Netherlands in Bengaluru on Sunday, ending the league stage of the tournament unbeaten.
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The Men in Blue underlined their stature as the team is heavily backed to lift the trophy next Sunday with another clinical display which was headlined by a superb batting performance.
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India rode on centuries from Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul to post a mammoth 410/4 and bowled out the Dutch for 250 in reply to collect their ninth consecutive win and are the only team remaining in the competition without losing a single game. until now.
Among the Indians who took part in Sunday’s contest at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium was youngster Virat Kohli, who missed out on a record 50th ODI ton on his adopted soil but made the day memorable through rare feats to achieve. of getting a wicket from his bowling.
Later, the winning wicket would go to skipper Rohit Sharma, who dismissed Teja Nidamanuru to seal India’s victory.
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India 410/4 in 50 overs (Shreyas Iyer 128*, KL Rahul 102, Rohit Sharma 61; Bas de Leede 2/82) Netherlands scored 250 in 47.5 overs (Teja Nidamanuru 54, Sybrand Engelbrecht 45; Mohammed Siraj 2/29, Jasprit Bumrah 2/33) by 160 runs
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