Fans’ Roar Hits 116 Decibels
Another incredible day for India on the field. Indian batter’s exceptional performance decked up M. Chinnaswamy’s atmosphere. This is the last group stage game of India. Indian batter’s performance made the match memorable. The Netherlands team will be saying a final goodbye to this tournament after ending this clash against India. On the other way, India will be stepping into the semifinal stage. But apart from all these things, the Chinnaswamy crowd took this atmosphere to another level.
The Iconic ‘Kohli…Kohli” Chant:
Virat Kohli is one of the most successful players in the tournament. His fanbase has another level of craze. He has been playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore since the first edition of the IPL. M. Chinnaswamy is the second home for him. Bangalore people are mad at him. In the first innings, when Kohli entered the field, the fans from the gallery were shouting his name on a different level. They created a noise of 116 decibels. That was sensational.
Against the Netherlands, Virat scored another half-century in the World Cup. he played an excellent knock of 51 runs in 56 balls. He smashed 5 boundaries and 1 over-boundary. That innings helped India to score a huge total in the match. That was his 7th half-century in the 9 innings of this edition of the World Cup. With this, Kohli equals Sachin Tendulkar’s record of scoring seven half-centuries in a single World Cup edition. In the 2003 World Cup, Tendulkar scored 7 half-centuries.
India is in terrific form against the Netherlands. Initially, India won the toss and decided to bat first. They had a great start. Rohit scored another half-century. He walked away on 61 runs in 54 balls with 8 boundaries and 2 half-centuries. Gill scored 51 runs in 32 balls. Virat Kohli was exceptional as always, he scored another half-century and equaled Sachin’s record.
Shreyas Iyer was truly excellent. He scored his first World Cup century. He played an unbeaten knock of 128 runs in 94 balls. He smashed 10 boundaries and 5 over-boundaries. KL Rahul scored another century. He scored 102 runs in 64 balls with 11 boundaries and 4 over-boundaries. India put their second-highest World Cup total on the board.
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