Pakistan in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup. Pakistan’s team made it to the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup, these two teams were out.
In the ICC T20 World Cup 2021, the team to reach the semi-finals was announced on Tuesday. The Pakistan cricket team has entered the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2021 for the first time.
Pakistan won against Namibia by 45 runs and the team became the first semi-finalists of the season.
However, in the meantime, the journey of two teams from the tournament has come to an end, but if we look at the statistics, there are still 9 teams to fight for the remaining three places.
In fact, the team of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have been out of the race for the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup 2021, as Sri Lanka have lost 3 out of their five matches, while Bangladesh has lost four matches so far.
However, Sri Lanka has two matches and Bangladesh has one match to play.
But even winning these matches will be of no use to Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, because with at least three wins, you are in the race for the semi-finals.
England has won four matches in Group 1, but it is not yet 100% clear whether England will be able to enter the semi-finals, as 3 more teams in Group 1 also have a chance to score 8 points.
However, the team that wins four matches in Group 2 will advance to the semi-finals. Afghanistan and New Zealand still have a chance to win four matches.
If the team of Afghanistan or New Zealand wins their remaining matches, then India’s journey will end.
How can India reach the semi-finals?
Pakistan team from Group 2 has qualified for the semi-finals and now one more team from Group 2 will enter for the semi-finals.
Mainly, New Zealand is being seen as the second semi-finalist at this time, as the remaining three matches of the Kiwi team are to be played against Afghanistan, Namibia, and Scotland.
On the other hand, if India wants to qualify for the semi-finals, then they will have to win their remaining three matches by a big margin while hoping that Afghanistan beat New Zealand by a small margin.