Rohit Sharma’s Team India dominated Zimbabwe on Sunday in the T20 World Cup 2022 edition, putting on another polished effort to advance to the semifinal round for the first time since 2016. The Men in Blue, who won the first T20 World Cup, qualified for the knockout stage before Rohit and company faced Zimbabwe in the last Super 12 match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Sunday.

India was able to advance to the semifinal round of the main competition because of South Africa’s shocking loss against the Netherlands. In the T20 World Cup’s semi-final round, Team India and Babar Azam’s Pakistan will face off against England and New Zealand. Indian captain Rohit said that he anticipates a “strong challenge” from the Three Lions in the ICC event’s final match between Team India and England at the Adelaide Oval for a spot in the final.

The key for us will be to adapt to the circumstances as rapidly as possible (referring to the quarterfinal matchup versus England). We just played there, but England will be a terrific test for us. Good cricket has been played recently. It will be a thrilling competition with two teams fighting head-to-head. After India’s convincing victory against Zimbabwe on Sunday, Rohit stated, “We don’t want to forget what brought us here. We just need to keep adhering to that and understand what each player has to accomplish.

Suryakumar Yadav, who is hitting like a dream at the T20 World Cup, was also praised by the seasoned Indian opener. The middle-order batsman maintained his unbeaten status on 61 off only 25 balls to aid India, who was captained by Rohit, in scoring the winning score of 186-5 in 20 overs. At the Oval on Thursday, Team India will play against previous champions England in the second semifinal of the T20 World Cup.

“The game will be under a lot of strain. We must play effectively. We also have a successful game in front of us if we do well there. You must swiftly adapt and make appropriate plans. They’ve been great, come and watch us, the fans. We have almost always had a full house everywhere we have gone. In the semifinal, nothing less is expected. Hats off to them, and I want to thank them on behalf of the squad “Finally, the Indian captain said.