The defending champions started their ICC World Cup journey 2015 in style. We defeated our arch-rivals Pakistan. We also defeated the aspiring Proteas and a former champion West Indies. We did not even spared minnows such as UAE, Ireland or Bangladesh. On our trot to the quarter finals, the defending champions, team India won all of their seven matches.
India now faces four times former World Champions Australia in a killer semi-final match in the biggest carnival of cricketing history, the ICC WC 2015. Not many gave our Men in Blue a chance in the World Cup 2015 but Dhoni’s boys believed in them and surprised billions. Loosing is now no longer considered an option by a fanatically cricket mad nation like India.
Stay tuned and get ready to cherish the biggest match of the World Cup 2015, the semi-finals between India and Australia.
So can Team India give another mauka to all the Indians to shout their favourite chant-Indiayaaah-Indiaa or to wave tri-colours? Can they change the course of history? Can Dhoni impact the consciousness of a billion dreams? Can our boys defend and cherish World Cup Title? CashKaro.com believes that the defending champions can retain the prestigious title and wishes team India a very good luck.
History is no darling to us
Australia just lost one match against India in the 35 years of cricketing history at the Sydney Cricket Ground. They have also won all the six semi-finals they have contested since 1975.
But it’s not true that Australia cannot be beaten. They were shot out for 151 by New Zealand in Auckland. And with the seeming confidence of Indian players, it looks quite convincing that Dhoni will sail billion dreams to the all killer finals in the ICC World Cup 2015.
A lot of the confidence of our team comes with the cool attitude of the captain cool, Dhoni. He had led the team from the front and he knows how to handle pressure in a crucial match like this. His presence unites the team and makes the Champion team a good unit going.
Indian bowlers have taken 70 wickets in seven matches, bowled out the opposition every time, so we know what we need to do. Our bowlers have surpassed everyone’s expectations. Shami and Umesh have worked up with great pace and length. Ashwin and Mohit are also bowling and attacking opponents like anything.
Virat for Victory
India heavily relies on the performance of its batsmen like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Rahane and Jadeja. Spectacular match winning innings played by Virat Kohli in a crunchy match against Pakistan boost the theory well. History shoes that if Virat performs than no one can snatch World Cup title from the defending champions.
India just needs 350 on board
Besides bowling out their rivals in all games, India have scored up 300-plus scores every time they have batted first. India just needs to cross 300 runs marks to build pressure against the Aussies.
Get rid of Shane Watson
It becomes quite impossible for a team to win when players like Shane Watson Chris are on rampage. There is very little for bowlers to make it quick when storms like Watson are on the song. The trio of Indian bowling line-up, Shami, Umesh Yadav and Mohit Sharma needs to bowl well against Watson in order to pick the initial momentum for Team India.
Fortune favours the brave and it fits well with our prolific left-handed opener, Shikhar Dhawan. He is quite a gallant warrior of team India. If India wants to cherish its dream to defend the title, Dhawan needs to keep his momentum.
Dunia Dekhegi ab India ke Tevar
We are currently on a roll in the tournament as we have practically crushed most of our oppositions. Such has been India’s domination in the tournament that Dhoni’s boys have eclipsed the India record by winning seven straight games in the World Cup.
Great knocks, stealthily bowling, massive catches, stupendous cricketing action and more than 90,000 people cheering for their respective nations to win, that would be the craze of semi-final match against India and Australia.
Millions are geared up to get a dose of the fabulous event when reigning Champions takes on Australia.
And who knows, we can take a revenge of 2003 when our dreams to hold a WC trophy was shattered by the Australians.