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Not India! Navjot Singh Sidhu reveals the best team of World T20 League 2024

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Not India! Navjot Singh Sidhu reveals the best team of World T20 League 2024

India managed two straight wins in the ongoing World T20 League in 2024. The Men in Blue lead the Group A points table and will cross swords with the United States of America in their third fixture on Wednesday, June 12 at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York. South Africa have qualified for the Super Eight and played all three of their group stage matches at the same venue, winning all of them. 

On the other side, Pakistan have played two games in New York, equally sharing the number of wins and losses. Also, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Ireland have been drilled on the difficult surfaces. 

Ex-Indian cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu praised South Africa as the best team when it comes to rating performance in New York. He left India behind despite knowing the fact that Rohit Sharma and Co. performed exceptionally well against Pakistan as they went on to defend 119 runs and eventually won by 6 runs. 

“South Africa have been the best and most potent team at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York. They were in trouble against Sri Lanka, Netherlands, and Bangladesh but came out of it.

“They have match-winning batters who have played according to the situations. David Miller and Heinrich Klaasen have been magnificent.

“They have bowlers for every situation. Their pacers are taking wickets while a spinner has been spot on,” Navjot Singh Sidhu stated.

However, Sidhu’s decision was denied by his own teammate Harbhajan Singh, who went with India and Australia as the best-performing teams. “For me, India and Australia have done well. Australia are winning matches in the West Indies. They are the best over there. The Aussies scored 200 runs against England despite no one making a fifty. When it comes to ICC tournaments, Australia has become a different beast,” he said.

Australia have qualified for the Super 8 stage after their 9-wicket victory against Namibia making it their third consecutive victory so far. 

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