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Against the Netherlands, Virat Kohli equals Sachin Tendulkar’s historic World Cup record with fifty

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In the 2023 Cricket World Cup match between India and the Netherlands, Virat Kohli equaled yet another record set by Sachin Tendulkar.

The legendary batsman Virat Kohli, who was unable to earn his 50th ODI century, still equaled Sachin Tendulkar’s record with a second half-century in Sunday’s Cricket World Cup 2023 match in Bengaluru between India and the Netherlands. With this half-century, Kohli matched Sachin Tendulkar and Shakib Al Hasan as the batter with the most half-centuries in a single tournament. This was his seventh half-century in the Cricket World Cup this year. With five deliveries, five fours, and one six, Kohli scored 51 runs in the end.

Most 50+ scores in a single World Cup edition

7 – Sachin Tendulkar (2003)

7 – Shakib Al Hasan (2019)

7 – Virat Kohli (2023)*

Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, chose to bat first against the Netherlands after winning the toss.

High-chairs In the last league encounter of the tournament in Bengaluru, India, who have won all eight of their games, will go in unaltered.

The hosts, who secured a semi-final berth ahead of New Zealand, will take on the Kiwis on Wednesday at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium.

We have a good chance to tick every box. Really pleased with how we performed in this competition; it makes my job as captain simpler,” Rohit remarked.

After shocking South Africa, Netherlands made an early impression, but with just two wins, they are still bottom of the table.

Although his team hasn’t altered since their earlier defeat to England, captain Scott Edwards expressed excitement for what he called “the biggest crowd we’ve had in the tournament.”

Five-time champions The second semifinal match between South Africa and Australia is scheduled for Thursday in Kolkata.

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