T20 World Cup: Team India meets Melbourne Governor in Australia – see photo


New Delhi: The Indian team led by Rohit Sharma met Victoria Governor Linda Dessau AC and other notables in Melbourne on Friday ahead of their T20 World Cup 2022 tournament opener against Pakistan.

“The Honorable Linda Dessau AC, the Governor of Victoria (@VicGovernor) and other dignitaries met the Indian cricket team today for the #T20WorldCup,” the BCCI tweeted.

India will play against Pakistan in their T20 World Cup campaign opener at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on October 23 and a win in the match would dispel the horrors of the 2021 T20 World Cup and provide a lot of momentum for Rohit Sharma’s team.

India heads to the men’s ICC T20 World Cup, with high hopes of ending their 15-year drought and claiming their second title thanks to a team full of talent with both bat and ball.

The Men in Blue will look to reach the semi-finals for the fourth time on their eighth appearance at an ICC Men’s T20 World Cup before going to victory in Australia. Men in Blue will face Bangladesh, South Africa and Pakistan in Group 2 of the Super 12, alongside the Netherlands and Zimbabwe. Indias World Cup T20 history has been one of frustration since claiming the very first title in 2007.

Irfan Pathan was the hero 15 years ago when he took three for 16 when India defeated Pakistan by five runs in Johannesburg.

India has a wealth of options with the bat, such as in-form batters KL Rahul, Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav, the job will be to get the roster right and ensure the trusted perform on the crease.

Star bowler Jasprit Bumrah’s injury is a blow, but they will take comfort in the excellent Bhuvneshwar Kumar leading the bowling attack. Bhuvneshwar is one of the most electric bowlers of his day, with the ability to swing the ball either way, a potentially important skill Down Under. The experienced pacesetter is joined by the 23-year-old youngster Arshdeep Singh.





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