Mitchell Johnson’s Prediction About India vs England 20-20 World Cup Semi-final In A Fan Interaction Goes Viral

By Daniel S

November 10, 2022

Rohit Sharma and his men are going to lock horns in Adelaide for the second semi-final of the ongoing 20-20 World Cup. On 9 November 2022, Pakistan sealed their berth in the final of this year’s tournament by defeating the Kiwis by seven wickets in Sydney. So, the Men in Blue will look to qualify for the final in order to face their arch-rivals at the MCG on 13 November.

Speaking about the performance of India so far, they managed the top spot in the group by winning four out of their five matches. So, Indian fans are eagerly waiting for another win from their country to have a final against Pakistan at the MCG. Now, a video went viral where the former Australian pacer, Mitchell Johnson came up with a huge prediction regarding India vs England clash.

Here is the shared video:

India only suffered a loss in this tournament against South Africa in Perth

Speaking about the video, Mitchell Johson was seen attending a fan interaction before the semi-final clash between India and England. It seemed like the interaction took place only outside of the Adelaide stadium. There, the Indian fan asked Johson to say some Hindi words. But, the former pacer said that he only can say some abusive words in Hindi.

Then, the fan asked him to repeat him as Mitchell Johnson said: “Jitega Jitega. India jitega. Let’s go India.” the fan also asked who will have more impact on the match between Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav. In reply to that, Johnson said that maybe Suryakumar Yadav will be more crucial than the former skipper of India.

Speaking of the journey for India so far in this tournament, they managed to win four out of their five matches. India lost only against the Proteas in Perth. They managed to defeat Pakistan, the Netherlands, Bangladesh, and Zimbabwe in the group stage. So, fans will hope for another good performance from the Men in Blue in order to take on arch-rivals Pakistan at the MCG on 13 November 2022.