Today luck is also with India, its victory in the semi-finals is fixed! Rohit was happy after losing the toss
Adelaide: England won the toss in the second semi-final and decided to bowl first against India. That is, India’s batting first. If coincidence is seen, none of the teams that have won the toss at this Oval ground have been able to win the match, so losing the toss to Rohit Sharma can prove to be lucky for India. The field reverberated with applause as soon as Rohit lost the toss. The fans stuck in front of the TV sets of their homes and offices jumped with joy. The hitman himself had a big smile on his face too.
Winning the toss becomes a punishment
So far 11 T20 International matches have been played on this ground, but the teams that win the toss lose the match here. Only that team gets the victory, which loses the toss. India had defeated Bangladesh at this ground. You will be surprised to know that Bangladesh captain Shakib-al-Hasan won the toss.
England without star players
Captain Jos Buttler told after winning the toss that Phil Salt and Chris Jordan would play in place of David Malan and Mark Wood in the England team. Both the players have been out of this important match due to injuries. On the other hand there is no change in the Indian team i.e. wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant is playing and Dinesh Karthik is out. Yuzvendra Chahal has also not got a chance.