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Mitchell Marsh's Ultimate Comment On India Vs. Pakistan T20 World Cup 2022 Thriller


Mitchell Marsh's Ultimate Comment On India Vs. Pakistan T20 World Cup 2022 Thriller

Mitchell Marsh, an Australian all-rounder, has been knocked out in the T20 World Cup 2022 match against India and Pakistan. Marsh lavished accolades on the game, declaring that the World Cup may now be called off.

On Sunday, the Indian cricket team faced Pakistan in the T20 World Cup 2022 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, and a vintage Virat Kohli chase was on display. The match was a spectacle, with India prevailing on the very last ball, courtesy to Kohli's undefeated 82. The echoes of the Indo-Pak clash at the MCG were so strong that even Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh couldn't stop chanting the match's glories.

Marsh said in a news conference on Monday that cricketing matches don't get much better than the one that took place in Melbourne on Sunday.

He even predicted that if the World Cup "gets any better than that, we're in for an incredible three weeks."

"I believe the World Cup should be called off at that point. If it gets any better than this, we're in for an incredible three weeks. India vs. Pakistan is always a thrilling match to watch. I can't imagine what it would have been like to be in that crowd and a part of it "Marsh made the remarks during a news conference on the day of Australia's match against Sri Lanka.

Marsh also praised Virat Kohli, who perhaps delivered his best T20 effort ever, guiding India to a 160-run victory from near-impossible scenarios.

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"But, yes. Amazing. When it comes to his career, Virat Kohli has had a disappointing year. And for him to accomplish that, you know, to leave his stamp on the World Cup, it was a great innings to witness, an unbelievable game to watch. So, maybe, there will be a couple more of them "Marsh went on to say.

Australia's campaign hasn't gotten off to the best of beginnings, as they were defeated by New Zealand in their first encounter. If the hosts are to advance to the semi-finals, they must defeat Australia.


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