Prithvi and Mayank made a debut collectively, a outstanding document of their names

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The three-match ODI collection between New Zealand and India has began today. The Indian workforce landed with two younger openers at Seiden Park in Hamilton and each made their ODI debut. Captain Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan's captain Virat Kohli entrusted Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal to begin the innings. Both batsmen who began taking part in the primary ODI began the Indian innings, it additionally added a brand new document within the ODI historical past of Indian cricket. This is the fourth time in ODI International when an Indian opening pair have made their ODI profession collectively.

Gavaskar and Sudhir Naik grew to become the primary opening pair

India performed their ODI worldwide match in opposition to England on 13 July 1974. <! –

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                 The innings for India on this match was began by Sunil Gavaskar and Sudhir Naik. At the identical time, Parthasarathy Sharma and Dilip Vengsarkar began their innings in opposition to New Zealand in 1976 in Christchurch and began their ODI careers.

Have completed each in checks Debut

In 2016, Karun Nair and KL Rahul opened in opposition to Zimbabwe and each had their ODI debut. Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal made their ODI debuts together with opening innings in opposition to New Zealand on Wednesday. Prithvi has performed two Test matches for India and his efficiency there was spectacular. He has scored 237 runs in two Tests. At the identical time, Agarwal has additionally created panic within the Test match. He has scored 872 runs in 9 Tests. His batting common can be 56.62.

Could not make massive rating in today's match

In today's match, Shaw and Agarwal began nicely however each couldn’t convert the beginning they obtained within the massive rating. Shaw scored 20 off 21 balls and was dismissed by Colin de Grandhomme. Agarwal was dismissed for 32 runs.

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