India ended their 20-year ICC jinx against New Zealand in the group stage of the Cricket World Cup 2023 when they defeated the Kiwis by four wickets in Dharamsala on 22 October. The two teams meet again in the World Cup 2023 semi-final on Wednesday (November 15) at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, a repeat of the 2019 World Cup semi-final where India lost by 18 runs.
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Before the 2023 group stage win, the last time India beat New Zealand in an ICC tournament was back in 2003 at the ODI World Cup. Then, Sourav Ganguly’s India defeated New Zealand by seven wickets. Since then, India have lost to the Black Caps in every match in ICC events till October 2023.
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Before 2003 India had last beaten New Zealand at the 1987 ODI World Cup. In fact, India have lost nine out of 13 matches against the Black Caps in ICC white-ball competitions. India also lost to New Zealand in the final of the 2021 World Test Championship.
A look at India’s poor record against New Zealand in ICC tournaments:
1975 World Cup: India lost 4 wickets in Manchester
1979 World Cup: India lost by 8 wickets in Leeds
1987 World Cup: India won by 16 runs in Bengaluru
1987 World Cup: India won by 9 wickets in Nagpur
World Cup 1992: India lost by 4 wickets in Dunedin
World Cup 1999: India lost by 5 wickets in Nottingham
2000 Champions Cup final: India lost by 4 wickets in Nairobi
World Cup 2003: India won by 7 wickets in Centurion
T20 World Cup 2007: India lost by 10 runs in Johannesburg
T20 World Cup 2016: India lost by 47 runs in Nagpur
World Cup 2019: No result due to rain
World Cup 2019 semi-final: India lost by 18 runs in Manchester
WTC 2021 final: India lost by eight wickets
T20 World Cup 2021: India lost 8 wickets in Dubai
World Cup 2023: India won by 4 wickets in Dharamsala
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