T20 World Cup 2021: Gautam Gambhir picks semifinalist of the tournament

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T20 World Cup 2021 is all set to start from October and November this year with the best of the teams competing against each other for the title.

Former India cricketer Gautam Gambhir who was a member of 2011 World Cup campaign who lifted title and is known for his outspoken approach has predicted 4 teams who will qualify as the semifinalist of the upcoming marquee event in detail.

According to Gambhir teams like India, New Zealand, England, and West Indies will make it to the last four stages of T20 World Cup 2021.

He said  “India, New Zealand, England, and West Indies,” will be the four finalist of  T20 World Cup 2021 while taking to Star Sports.

He has represented India in 58 Tests, 147 ODIs, and 37 T20Is where he has scored 4154 runs in the longest format of the game and clinched 5238 runs in the ODI format of the game.

In T20 International cricket, He has amassed 932 runs for the Indian side. His last International match came against India in November 2016 against the England cricket team.

The Caribbean team will enter in the upcoming marquee event as the defending Champions as the ‘Men in Maroon’ defeated the England side in the summit clash in 2016 where Braithwaite thrashed Stokes for four sixes in a over and ensured the Caribbean team cross the line.

They have also won 2012 T20 World Cup as well and will certainly be a dark horse when it comes to International cricket especially in the shortest format of the game.

Taking about other teams which was picked by Gambhir where he named India and England who have won one T20 World cup in the past where India defeated Pakistan in the inaugural edition of T20 World Cup in 2007 and England defeated Australia in 2010 to win T20 event.

The New Zealand side who is certainly one of the favorites to win the title especially with the kind of depth they have in their domestic setup.

 

 

 


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