ODI World Cup | India out to end World Cup knockout jinx against New Zealand

Mumbai, Nov 14: The cricket world has tagged the South Africa men’s cricket team as chokers while New Zealand have been the eternal underdogs. But when it comes to white-ball cricket events conducted by ICC, New Zealand have quite a formidable record. The Black Caps have reached the semifinals of nine out of the 13 Men’s ODI World Cups and four times in the T20 World Cup. However, they are yet to win any of the two titles. New Zealand have finished runner-up twice in the 50-over events (2015, 2019) and once in T20 but are yet to be crowned champions.

However, there is one team that they have dominated when it comes to the knockout stages of ICC events. New Zealand has never lost to India in the knockout stages matches of the Men’s ODI World Cup.




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