‘Hopefully will win all from here’: Twitterati root for India to lift World Cup after South Africa loss | Cricket News
Interestingly, South Africa got the better of India in the group match of the 2011 World Cup, India emerged victorious against Netherlands and Pakistan and Ireland stunned England. In an uncanny scenario, South Africa, India and Ireland have beaten the same opponents in the ongoing T20 World Cup that sparked Twitterati to make India favourite to lift the second T20 World Cup title after the South Africa defeat.
Well Done South Africa. India fought well till the end but 133 wasn’t enoughSimilar to the 50 over 2011 World Cu… https://t.co/gkQ5N9pOtK
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) 1667140682000
Oreo launchedIndia defeated NetherlandsIreland defeated EnglandSouth Africa defeated India2022 following 2011… https://t.co/O416Xs4mmr
— Amit Kumar (@AMIT_GUJJU) 1667141023000
@toisports @DavidMillerSA12 @AidzMarkram 2011 world cupIndvsPak-india winIndvsIre-ind winIndvs Sa-SA winsIndia… https://t.co/KJurGVAQL8
— Memes Bava (@menesbava) 1667143199000
Contrary to popular belief, if Pakistan is knocked out, it won’t be because India lost to SA. It’ll be because Paki… https://t.co/SFBXSildRZ
— Wasim Jaffer (@WasimJaffer14) 1667140519000
🇮🇳😭 FIRST LOSS! Let’s take the positives and bounce back in the next game, lads!📸 Getty • #INDvSA #INDvsSA… https://t.co/3JLe0NmS6F
— The Bharat Army (@thebharatarmy) 1667140704000
Brilliant composure by @AidzMarkram & @DavidMillerSA12 👏🏻 Congratulations to South Africa for an amazing performanc… https://t.co/lMBpHIGaSK
— Robin Aiyuda Uthappa (@robbieuthappa) 1667141365000
Coming back to the match, fast bowler Lungi Ngidi decimated India’s top order and David Miller blasted a vital fifty as South Africa triumphed by five wickets against India in a low-scoring Twenty20 World Cup clash at Perth Stadium.
India recovered from losing four early wickets after winning the toss, guided by Suryakumar Yadav (68 off 40 balls) to a modest total of 133-9 in 20 overs.
South Africa responded by scoring 137-5 with two balls remaining, spearheaded by Miller’s 46-ball 59.