India vs New Zealand, ICC World Cup 2023 semi-final: India and New Zealand will clash in the first semi-final of the World Cup 2023 on 15 November at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. India has been unbeatable in the tournament so far, winning all nine matches against their rivals. New Zealand has also shown great form, reaching the semi-final for the fourth consecutive time. The India vs New Zealand semi-final is expected to be a nail-biting contest that can go down to the wire.

India vs New Zealand in Last 5 ODI World Cup Clashes

India vs New Zealand in Last 5 ODI World Cup Clashes

India has a poor record against New Zealand in the ICC World Cup 2023, as the Kiwis have been dominant in the tournament. The only time India beat New Zealand in the World Cup was in 2003, but it is worth noting that they did not face each other in 2007, 2011, or 2015. In fact, the current edition is the first time they are meeting in the World Cup since 2003.

India vs New Zealand ICC World Cup 1992

India lost to New Zealand by 4 wickets despite a brilliant 84 from Sachin Tendulkar. The Kiwi opener Mark John Greatbatch smashed the Indian bowling attack and took his team to victory. Manoj Prabhakar was the only bright spot for India as he picked up 3 wickets in the match..

India vs New Zealand Cricket World Cup 1999

New Zealand beat India by 5 wickets in the Super 8 match of the ICC World Cup 1999, thanks to the superb batting of Matt Horne and Roger Twose. Ajay Jadeja was the only Indian batsman who showed some resistance and scored a splendid 76 runs. The rest of the Indian line-up failed to perform in the match.

India vs New Zealand ICC World Cup 2003

Zaheer Khan’s brilliant spell of 4/42 helped India to win a low-scoring thriller against New Zealand in the ICC World Cup 2003 match. New Zealand were bowled out for 146 and India had a tough chase as they lost their star batsmen Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag early.

India vs New Zealand ICC World Cup 2019 semi-final

It was a heartbreaking moment for every Indian cricket fan when MS Dhoni was run out and India’s hopes of winning the semi-final against New Zealand were dashed. The Kiwis triumphed by 18 runs and advanced to the final where they faced England in one of the most thrilling World Cup matches ever.

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