Sachin Tendulkar Favors South African T20 Squad For This Reason

The Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar picked his favorite teams for the semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022. The cricketer also chose two dark horses that could go far in the tournament. The marquee cricket event has begun in Australia that is also the defending champion.


• Sachin Tendulkar selects Pakistan and India as two of the four semi-finalists for the T20 World Cup 2022
• India will begin its campaign with Pakistan on the coming weekend
• Sachin Tendulkar also opened up on Jasprit Bumrah missing the event

Who Are The Four Semi-Finalists Of Sachin Tendulkar?

Semi-Finalists Of Sachin Tendulkar

India, Pakistan, Australia, and England are the teams that Sachin Tendulkar believes could reach the semi-final of the 2022 edition of T20. He also chose two teams with high potential to play and even win the final. These are New Zealand and Australia and he calls them dark horses. Sachin said that those were the conditions South Africans got to encounter at home in September-October. They were used to such conditions.

What Did Sachin Tendulkar Say About India-Pakistan Match?

India will play with its arch-rival Pakistan on Sunday in Melbourne and Sachin Tendulkar believes that India has a very good chance to win. He said that the Indian team was well-balanced and they had the confidence to go out and deliver. In fact, Sachin was quite hopeful of their chances and going the full distance.

What Did Sachin Tendulkar Say About Jasprit Bumrah?

Jasprit Bumrah won’t play in the T20 World Cup and Sachin said that not having one of the best fast bowlers would obviously impact the team. Bumrah had always been someone who had been one of the prime players in the XI, a strike bowler, and a standout performer.

Sachin Tendulkar further said that the positive thing was that the team had accepted that and moved on. Bumrah’s replacement Mohammed Shami was also experienced and capable, someone who had performed well in the past. He could be a worthy replacement and was already proving to be so


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