Indian skipper Rohit Sharma expressed immense relief as his team advanced to the T20 World Cup's second round following a seven-wicket triumph against the United States on Wednesday. With three consecutive victories in Group A, India now progresses to the Super Eights, alongside Australia and South Africa. After an effortless eight-wicket victory over Ireland, and a tense six-run win against Pakistan, India faced a challenging 111-run target at the low-scoring Nassau County International Cricket Stadium. Despite early setbacks, Suryakumar Yadav's unbeaten 50 and Shivam Dube's 31 secured the win with 10 balls remaining. 'It's a big relief to reach the Super Eights,' Rohit acknowledged, praising the team's resilience and the difficulty of the venue. Arshdeep Singh's exceptional 4-9 also played a crucial role in limiting the US to 110. Rohit praised the maturity shown by the team in overcoming early losses and acknowledged the progress of the USA team, particularly Saurabh Netravalkar, who dismissed both Kohli and Rohit. Despite the loss, the United States remains in contention for the Super Eights, with their final group match against Ireland crucial for their progression.