Fans recollect the pain of India’s 8-wicket loss to New Zealand in the 50-over World Cup in 2007.

Fans recollect, After India’s 8-wicket loss to New Zealand in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup on Sunday, Indian supporters recalled the country’s disastrous run in the 2007 50-over World Cup.

Memories of 2007 WC loading: Fans recall 50-over World Cup horror after India lose again (AP Photo)

Indian fans were left distraught after Virat Kohli’s side suffered a humiliating 8-wicket loss to New Zealand in a must-win Super 12 match in Dubai on Sunday.

Fans recollect immediately compared India’s current T20 World Cup performance to the West Indies’ 50-over World Cup effort in 2007. 2007 World Cup in the group stage after shocking defeats to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

India vs New Zealand, T20 World Cup 2021 Highlights

In their must-win T20 WC match, India huffed and puffed their way to a below-par 110 for seven, before. New Zealand smashed the 111-run target with 33 balls to spare.

New Zealand’s best scorer was opener Daryl Mitchell, who hit. 49 off 35 balls, while skipper Kane Williamson made an unbeaten 33. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, and they struggled to pose any genuine danger to a disciplined Kiwi assault.

Ish Sodhi, the birthday boy, and Mitchell. Santner, the left-arm spinner, both provided outstanding figures of. 2/17 and 0/15 from their respective quotas of four overs each, while pacer. Trent Boult picked up three wickets for 20 runs, leading by example.

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