Bring On The Fan Battle in Manchester! ICC Shares Message For Fans Ahead of India vs New Zealand CWC 2019 Semi-Final Encounter on Reserve Day
Although rains at Manchester reduced the thrill of India vs New Zealand ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final match, the enthusiasm of fans of both the teams was quite visible during the enthralling encounter at Old Traffort Cricket stadium. The supporters of Asian giant and former World Cup finalists were all prepared to cheer for their champions, who were facing each other to book a final spot in ICC CWC 2019. ICC was also impressed by the attitude of these fans and come up with an interesting tweet to level-up the enthusiasm of these devotees of cricket. India vs New Zealand Cricket Score 1st Semi Final ODI Match.
Fans of both nations were seen in many interesting and eye-catching outfits and attracted the limelight during the match. Just as the match is set to resume on Wednesday, ICC posted a photo on Twitter in which an Indian and a Kiwi fan were seen showcasing their creative outfits. “Bring on the fan battle... #TeamIndia | #BackTheBlackcaps | #CWC19”, ICC posted along with the tweet. Have a look at the post below. Charulata Patel, 87-Year-Old Team India Fan, Features in Pepsi Ad Ahead of India vs New Zealand CWC 2019 Semi-Final Match, Watch Fan Anthem Video.
Fan battle is on!
Bring on the fan battle...#TeamIndia | #BackTheBlackcaps | #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/DRIrcVkrM0
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 10, 2019
Uplifting the zeal of fans, ICC urged to them to bring on the fan battle as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 India vs New Zealand semi-final is set to restart on Wednesday, with Indian team chasing the target set by New Zealand. New Zealand posted 211/5 in 46/1 overs while batting first on Tuesday before the match was affected by heavy rains.
The Virat Kohli and company will be chasing a revised target according to DLS method, and if the match is washed off due to rains again, India will qualify for finals of CWC 2019 due to their better stats on points table than the Blackcaps.