“We won Already… No Kettleborough,” Fans on Twitter react hilariously as ICC announces umpires for the semi-final between India and England

Semi final between India and England will be played on 10th November in Adelaide.

Fans on Twitter reacted hilariously after International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the umpires for the semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022 between Pakistan and New Zealand and India and England. They expressed their happiness with Richard Kettleborough not being there for the India game and were confident that Men in Blue will win.

Kumar Dharmasena & Paul Reiffel to be the on-field umpires for the semi-final between India and England 

The T20 World Cup 2022 has reached its business end. After weeks full of entertainment, it has all come down to the fours teams in India, Pakistan, England and New Zealand.

Pakistan will have the Black Caps in semi-final 1 on 9th November in Sydney whereas India and England will lock horns with each other in semi-final 2 in Adelaide on 10th November. With the knockout stage of the tournament just a few hours away from now, ICC has announced umpires for both games.

For the game between Pakistan and New Zealand, Marais Erasmus and Richard Illingworth will be the on-field umpires whereas Richard Kettleborough will be the third umpire. Michael Gough will handle the duties of the fourth umpire and Chris Broad will be the match referee.

Talking about India vs England game, Kumar Dharmasena and Paul Reiffel will be the on-field umpires. Whereas Chris Gaffaney will handle the third umpire duties along with Rod Tucker, who will be the fourth umpire. David Boon will be the match referee.

Fans on Twitter react as ICC announces umpires for India vs England semi-final 

As ICC announced umpires for the semi-finals, fans on Twitter reacted hilariously. They expressed their happiness in not having Richard Kettleborough for the India game and said that they now have high chance to win the game. Notably, Kettleborough has been the on-field umpire in every knockout game of ICC tournaments that India has lost since 2014. Here are some of the reactions:


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