New Zealand seize ODI sequence by profitable in Auckland

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Zealand have crushed Team India within the second ODI match performed in Auckland, because of the tight bowling of Tim Southee and Hemish Bennett. Chasing a rating of 274 runs, Team India collapsed on 251 runs and the hosts received the second ODI by a run.

For New Zealand, Kyle Jameson and Colin de Grandhom took 2–2 wickets every together with Bennett and Saudi. <! –

                 While Jimmy Neesham was successful. For Team India, Jadeja scored 55 runs off 73 balls. At the identical time Shreyas Iyer scored 52 runs from 57 balls. Fast bowler Navdeep Saini additionally performed a superb innings of 45 runs however couldn’t win India.

The new pair of Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal, who got here to begin the innings for India, couldn’t play even three overs collectively. Mayank (3) was caught by Ross Taylor within the third over of Bennett within the third over. At the identical time, Shaw, who began the innings with sensible fours, was bowled for 24 off 19 balls and debutant bowler Kyle Jameson.

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Team India suffered a serious setback within the 10th over when captain Virat Kohli was bowled off Tim Southee's fourth ball. KL Rahul (4) and Kedar Jadhav (9) additionally returned cheaply after the captain was dismissed.

During this era, number-Four batsman Shreyas Iyer tried to deal with the innings. Iyer, together with all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, added 33 runs for the sixth wicket. During this, Iyer accomplished his seventh ODI fifty however after crossing the 50 mark, Iyer Bennett was caught by wicketkeeper Tom Latham.

In the 32nd over, Shardul Thakur was additionally bowled off Colin de Grandhom, taking part in 18 off 15 balls. After falling seven wickets for 153 runs, Jadeja and Navdeep Saini put collectively a superb partnership of 76 runs for the eighth wicket.

The partnership had raised hopes of victory within the hearts of Indian followers however Saini was bowled by Jameson within the 45th over, scoring 45 runs off 49 balls with 5 fours and a pair of sixes. In the 49th over, with Jadeja caught by James Neesham, Team India had been all out on 251 and misplaced the sequence by shedding the match by 22 runs.

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