INDvNZ 1st T20: Monroe, Williamson and Taylor's half-centuries, goal of 204 runs in entrance of India

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Sports News Today January 24 India vs New Zealand 1st T20: With the assistance of half-centuries from opener Colin Munro (59), Kane Williamson (51) and veteran Ross Taylor (54 not out), New Zealand performed 5 matches on Friday at Eden Park in Auckland India has set a goal of 204 runs within the first T20 match of the collection.

INDvNZ 1st T20: India invited New Zealand to bat first by successful the toss

Host New Zealand scored 203 for five wickets in 20 overs. From India, Jasprit Bumrah, Shardul Thakur, Yuzvendra Chahal, Shivam Dubey and Ravindra Jadeja took one wicket every. <! –

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Earlier, Indian captain Virat Kohli received the toss and invited host New Zealand to bat first. Opener Martin Guptill and Colin Munro gave a giant begin to the Kiwi staff. Both added 80 runs in 7.5 overs.

Shivam gave India the primary success. Rohit Sharma was caught by Guptill in an try and ship Shivam's ball throughout the boundary. Guptill was dismissed for 30 from 19 balls with the assistance of four fours and 1 six.

After this, Munro accomplished his 10th half-century. Shardul caught Munro within the fingers of Chahal. In his half-century innings, Munro hit 6 fours and a couple of sixes off 42 balls. Colin de Grandhomme couldn’t do something particular and with out opening an account, Dubey stored on strolling with a catch to Dubey.

Williamson accomplished his 10th half-century of T20 profession off 25 balls. He hit four fours and four sixes in 26 balls. He together with Taylor added 61 runs for the fourth wicket. Kohli catches him on Chahal's ball.

The fifth wicket of the Kiwi staff within the type of Tim Seifert, who was caught by Bumrah, was caught by Shreyas Iyer. Seyfert was dismissed by scoring one run. Ross Taylor hit three fours and three sixes in 27 balls in his half-century, whereas Mitchell Santner returned unbeaten on 2 runs.

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