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in India vs New Zealand Cricket World Cup Match

Mohammad Shami took seven wickets and turned the match around.

The Indian cricket team emerged triumphant with a 70-run win over New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final. Virat Kohli’s remarkable 50th ODI hundred and an outstanding century by Shreyas Iyer, followed by Mohammed Shami’s exceptional performance in bowling on Wednesday, propelled India into the World Cup final.

The entire nation is celebrating this victory, with the jubilation spreading across social media platforms as well, as people share messages, videos, and memes related to this significant match.

The Mumbai and Delhi police social media handles also joined in with a lighthearted exchange.

The Delhi Police account initiated the conversation by posting the first message, “@MumbaiPolice hope you do not book @MdShami11 for tonight’s assault.”

The Mumbai Police account promptly responded, “You missed pressing charges of stealing innumerable hearts @DelhiPolice and listing a couple of co-accused too,”.

Shortly after, Special Commissioner Mumbai, Deven Bharti, joined the conversation and responded, “Not at all @DelhiPolice. It qualifies for protection under “Right of Self-Defence.”

Mohammed Shami’s exceptional performance of taking seven wickets for 57 runs in the semi-final against New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 helped India secure a 70-run victory. Shami’s 7/57 is the best bowling figure by any Indian bowler in an ODI match.

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