Harsha Bhogle’s tweet on New Zealand’s campaign after NZ vs SA.

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The South African team yet again reckoned on their exceptional performing abilities and registered a phenomenal win against the previous team leading on ICC Rankings Table, New Zealand. The big-ticket clash was held at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune with the Proteas delivering an impressive target of 357-4 against New Zealand. Despite having opted to field first, it turned out as a bad decision for the Kiwis as it seems they forgot about South Africa’s extraordinary batting prowess to chase runs in the first innings. 

The Proteas literally stole the show having asked to bat first with putting up enormous pressure on the Black Caps, counting their 6th win in the ongoing tournament in a real one-sided affair. Several former cricketers and cricket enthusiasts have talked about South Africa’s enchanting win and fear of New Zealand’s destiny to make it to the semi-finals. 

Harsha Bhogle’s tweet

After South Africa’s clinical win, Indian YouTuber and commentator Harsha Bhogle took to his Twitter handle to assert that New Zealand may have slightly differentiated from its past performance in the ongoing tournament. In a tweet that spoke about New Zealand’s campaign in the ongoing Cricket World Cup, he wrote “I am afraid New Zealand’s campaign is in danger of capsizing here……”

Harsha Bhogle really understood New Zealand’s assessment of sealing it’s spot in the semi-finals with developing a fear that their ongoing campaign might be put at a halt following a 190-run margin defeat against the Proteas. Not only Harsha Bhogle, several eminent persons in the field of cricket like Vikrant Gupta and Aatif Nawaz took to their Twitter handles to assert this fear while congratulating and heaping praise on South Africa for an exceptional winning streak. 

A crucial match for the Kiwis

After a heavy loss against South Africa, the next match will prove to be very crucial for New Zealand as they will embark on a big game against Pakistan on November 4 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. If Pakistan wins that game, it is likely that the Babar’s men can hold onto their hopes to make it the semi-finals, therefore turning out the loss badly for New Zealand. 

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