Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma expressed immense relief after his team secured a spot in the T20 World Cup's second round, following a seven-wicket victory against the United States on Wednesday. Sharma also commended the US team, highlighting their potential to advance to the Super Eights if they defeat Ireland in their upcoming match. A win for the US would not only propel them forward but also eliminate former champions Pakistan from the tournament. Sharma acknowledged the progress of the USA team, particularly mentioning Mumbai-born bowler Saurabh Netravalkar, who had previously represented India at the Under-19 World Cup in 2010 and played a crucial role in the US's victory over Pakistan. Despite the loss, the United States remains in a strong position to advance to the Super Eights, with their final group match against Ireland in Florida. Meanwhile, India continues its winning streak, securing three victories in Group A and advancing to the Super Eights alongside Australia and South Africa.