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NEW ZEALAND WINS INDIA FOR 4 WICKETS

Tom Latham | New Zealand Captain:


A great performance by the boys. It was nice to maintain composure at the end and cross the line. We saw how difficult it was to defend with the left-right combination. It is good to make winning contributions. The way Ross played was fantastic. We weren’t exactly where we wanted to be with the ball. So we have to improve and hope to play the perfect game at Eden Park.


Virat Kohli | Captain of India:


An outstanding performance of New Zealand. We thought 347 was good enough, especially after the start we got with the ball. I think Tom’s tickets took away the game. We were decent in the countryside, we missed an opportunity. However, we need to improve. I have to say that the opposition played better than us today. The two new starters gave us a good start, we hope they continue doing the same. The hundred Shreyas was outstanding and KL was also really good.


Ross Taylor | Match Player:

It was nice to cross the line. Restricting them to less than 350 gave us a chance. We were lucky with the combination of left and right hand and could point to the short limit of the side of the leg. It has been a happy hunting ground for me. It was nice to be there at the end after I left three times towards the end in the T20 series.


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Ross Taylor scored 109 undefeated 84 balls when New Zealand defeated India by 4 wickets on the first international day (ODI) of the three-game series. With this victory, the Kiwis have taken a 1-0 lead in the series. Taylor broke 10 limits and 4 six in his winning hit. In addition to Taylor, Henry Nicholls scored 78 of 82 balls, while captain and wicketkeeper Tom Latham contributed 69 of 48 balls.

OVERS 48.1: NEW ZEALAND WINS BY 4 WICKETS.


SCORE LEVEL NZ needs only 1 of 12 balls.

OVERS 47.5: Santner takes a single and hits Ross Taylor.
NZ needs 2 in 13 balls.

OVERS 47.4: FOUR! Santner plays this far by a limit.

NZ needs 7 in 16 balls.

OVERS 47.2: SIX! Mitchell Santner hits the ball over the medium deep wicket for a beautiful one. Bad delivery of Shardul.

END OF MORE THAN 47: Only 3 Bumrah races finished. NZ needs 14 in 18 balls.

Bumrah begins his tenth and last time.

Kiwis need 17 in 24 balls.

END OF OVER 46: WICKET! Another wicket for India. Grandhomme leaves for 1. Iyer’s brilliant launch. Kohli collects and evicts the bonds.
NZ 331/6, needs 17 in 24 balls.

OFFERS 45.2: WICKET! Shami dismisses Neesham for 9. Brilliantly judged capture of Kedar Jadhav on the border ropes. Dangerous man Ross is still there, hitting 104.
NZ 328/5, you need 20 in 28 balls.

NZ needs 21 of 30 balls


End of OVER 44: 4 escapes from Kuldeep. NZ 323/4, needs 25 in 36 balls.

CENTURY: Ross Taylor mentions his 21st century ODI. He celebrates in his characteristic style. Stretch your arms with your tongue out.

End of MORE 43: 8 escapes from Shami. NZ 319/4, needs 29 runs on 42 balls.

OVERS 42.2: FOUR! Neesham guides Shami towards the thin leg for a limit.
NZ 315/4

James Neesham reaches the fold.

OVERS 41.4: WICKET! Kuldeep Yadav gets the breakthrough, says goodbye to Tom Latham for 69. Great wicket for India right now. But Ross Taylor is still there. India needs to get rid of Taylor to return to business.
NZ 309/4

End of PLUS 41: 15 runs from Bumrah’s finished. NZ 307/3, needs 41 in 54 balls.

OVER 40.3: FOUR! Latham directs the ball to the third man. Poor Shami on the border ropes.

OVERS 40.2: Bumrah to Taylor. 5 WIDTH Careers are coming for New Zealand.

Now it’s less than running for Kiwis, thanks to Ross Taylor and Captain Tom Latham. Great show of the duo today. They have sewn 122 runs so far.

Most of the six for NZ v IND (in all formats)
35 Ross Taylor
34 Chris Cairns
33 Brendon McCullum
31 Martin Guptill / Colin Munro

END OF MORE THAN 40:
0.6,1, nb, 6,4,4-22 escapes from Shardul’s over. NZ 292/3, needs 56 in 60 balls.

OFFERS 39.5: SIX and then FOUR! Taylor is in the song. Shardul is under pressure.

OVERS 39.2: SIX!
POWER and TIME of Latham. He stands tall and hits the ball over the deep wicket fence.

End of OVER 39: 9 escapes from Bumrah’s. NZ 270/3, needs 78 in 66 balls.

OVERS 38.2: FOUR! The captain of New Zealand mentions his half century with a beautiful limit towards the third man. The work is not yet finished for the Kiwi pattern.

Kohli brings Bumrah back to the attack. India needs to break this association to recover in the game.

End of MORE 38: 11 escapes from Kuldeep. NZ 261/3, needs 87 in 72 balls.

OVERS 37.5: FOUR! Taylor’s smart shot. Use the rhythm and move the ball towards the thin leg.

OVER 37.4: Latham dances on the dance floor and the weather is fine. Brilliant Iyer fielding on the border ropes. Latham will have 3 races.

Kuldeep to launch his eighth.

Kohli is chatting with Kuldeep. The Chinese bowler is having a bad day at the office. He has awarded 65 runs in 7 overs so far.

OVER 37: FOUR! Another glorious shot of Taylor. He sends Jadeja to the center of the wicket. 15 runs from Jadeja’s finished.
NZ 250/3, needs 98 in 78 balls.

OVERS 36.4: SIX! Taylor takes a big step, gets under the ball and smokes it over the deep region of the wicket.
NZ 246/3

OVERS 36.1: FOUR! Jadeja is back in the attack. Latham welcomes Indian roulette with an excellent limit to the point backwards.
NZ 239/3

An entertaining Shami is over. 13 escapes. NZ 235/3, needs 113 in 84 balls

OFFERS 35.4: FOUR! Taylor at his best. The experienced batter makes space and hits Shami back deep.

OFFERS 35.1: FOUR! What Manish Pandey has done here. The bonus runs to New Zealand. Overthrow of Pandey and New Zealand gets 4 races.

Shami begins his seventh.


NZ 222/3, you need 126 more to win in 90 balls.


OVERS 35: FOUR! Latham is changing gears now. Send Shardul for consecutive limits. First between the medium and long gate and then play brilliantly towards the square leg back.

OVERS 34.1: A strong trapped behind KL Rahul’s appeal against Ross Taylor. KL Rahul seems confident. The referee says NO. Kohli is chatting with Rahul and decides not to do a review. Good decision of the Indian employer.

END OF OVER 34: FOUR! Latham dances down the track and sends Kuldeep away. Kuldeep is having a bad day at the office.
NZ 210/3

ROSS TAYLOR was at 10 when Kuldeep dropped it. How expensive will this be?

OVERS 33.5: FIFTY! Ross Taylor takes out his half century of 45 balls.

OVER 33.3: SIX! Wonderfully timed by Latham. Halfway through Kuldeep’s volley, Latham leans forward and sends the ball over a deep square leg fence.
NZ 204/3

OVER 33: SIX! Awesome Taylor. He is the key to the persecution of New Zealand right now. He sends the ball to the crowd. The shot must have relieved the pressure a bit.
NZ 196/3, you need 152 more to win.

OVERS 32.1: Latham dances on the floor and tries to hit Shardul, but the ball fails completely. Shardul has a smile on his face.

The request rate for NZ is almost 9. Kohli is chatting and gives the ball to Shardul Thakur.

OVERS 31.5: FOUR! Latham leans forward and hits Kuldeep to set consecutive limits. Brilliant left-handed sync.
NZ 188/3

It’s time for DRINKS at Seddon Park. New Zealand 178/3 in 31 overs, needs 170 more to win. The required rate for Kiwis is 8.95. Ross Taylor 41 *, Tom Latham 3 *.

END OF MORE THAN 30: Just 4 Kuldeep races are over.
New Zealand 175/3

Kuldeep Yadav is back in the attack. This is his fifth final.

Tom Latham reaches the fold.


OVERS 28.4: WICKET!
It is a bird? No, it’s Virat Kohli. Super ran out of the Indian pattern. Pick up the ball, dive like an acrobat and evict the bonds before Nicholls enters the fold. Great wicket for India.
New Zealand 171/3

OVERS 28.2: SIX! Taylor uses the rhythm, chooses the length and sends the ball over the medium deep wicket. what a shot of the experienced hitter.

Bumrah begins his fifth time.

New Zealand needs 184 runs over the remaining 22 envelopes

OVER 26.3: FOUR! Taylor falls on one knee and sweeps the delivery of Jadeja on the square leg for his fourth limit

OFFERS 25.6: FOUR! Nicholls knocks through the decks for another limit.
New Zealand 156/2

OFFERS 25.3: FOUR! Nicholls heads to the square leg fence for his tenth limit

Shami has been returned to the attack.

OVERS 24.1: FOUR! Taylor cuts a Jadeja delivery to the third man’s fence for his third limit

OVER 23.6: FOUR! Nicholls approaches the fence of the middle wicket.
New Zealand 140/2

OVER 23.3: FOUR! Nicholls sweeps up the fence of the thin leg for its eighth limit

OVERS 23.1: FOUR! Taylor Square fiercely cuts a delivery of Kuldeep, runs to the fence. New Zealand 129/2

OVER 22.3: FALLED! Taylor goes through a sweep of Jadeja, gets an upper edge, rises in the air over the square leg where Kuldeep drops a difficult opportunity

OVERS 21.5: FOUR! Ross Taylor cuts a delivery of Kuldeep Yadav to the fence of the third man.
New Zealand 121/2

OVERS 19.1: OUT! Kuldeep Yadav attacks India, debutant Tom Blundell (9) looks for a big blow through the decks, loses the ball and Rahul removes the bonds in an instant. New Zealand 109/2


OFFERS 17.3: FOUR! Tenth ODI fifty for Nicholls while driving through the decks, poorly thrown by Shami at the limit, tried to stop the ball with his feet but ended up kicking it on the ropes.

The left arm Chinese Kuldeep Yadav enters the attack

OFFERS 15.4: OUT! Guptill (32) surpasses a Shardul Thakur delivery to a third man so that Kedar Jadhav takes a good catch. New Zealand 85/1

OFFERS 14.3: FOUR! Nicholls shovel sweeps up the leg fence.
New Zealand 80/0

OVERS 14.1: FOUR! Guptill cuts a delivery of Jadeja through the point backwards

New Zealand 66/0 after 13 overs, it’s not a burning start, but they haven’t lost any wicket

Ravindra Jadeja enters the attack with New Zealand 54/0 in 10 overs

OFFERS 9.5: FOUR! 50 for New Zealand while Nicholls approaches the square leg fence

Thakur back in the attack, finish the tenth part of the Kiwi chase

Only one race given by Bumrah in that, New Zealand 44/0 in 8 overs

Change of extremes for Bumrah too, replaces Thakur in the attack.

OFFERS 6.4: FOUR! Nicholls approaches the fence of the half wicket for his fourth limit.
New Zealand 42/0

OFFERS 6.3: FOUR! Nicholls borders, the ball passes a Kohli that dives into the slips

Changing ends for Shami

OVERS 5.6: Guptill drives midfield, Shaw’s bad pitch results in three races for the Kiwis

Shardul Thakur has been introduced in the attack.

OFFERS 4.5: FOUR! Bumrah throws him and Nicholls hits the blankets for his second limit.
New Zealand 27/0

OFFERS 3.6: Guptill moves through the gate, Agarwal dives into limit b to keep the ball inside, but Kiwi openers run four

OFFERS 3.4: FOUR! Nicholls launches a brief delivery to the square leg fence for his first limit.
New Zealand 18/0

OFFERS 3.3: Shami hits Nicholls on the platform, the Indians appeal and the referee gives him away. Nicholls takes the review and the repetitions show that the ball was well above the stumps.
HORRIBLE DECISION BY UMPIRE

Mohammed Shami shares the new ball with Bumrah

Three widths in the first of Bumrah, New Zealand 7/0

MORE THAN 0.2: WIDE! Bumrah throws it short and wide, loses the tram, New Zealand off the mark

Kiwi openers Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholls are in the middle. Jasprit Bumrah is the first to arrive in India. The biggest successful persecution in Hamilton is 347 by New Zealand against Australia in 2007.

India ran to 50 without losing a wicket in the eighth, but then lost debutants Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal in no time. Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer took control of the game, did not care about the situation and obtained a 102-run position. Kohli was fired, but KL Rahul arrived and completely changed the complexion of the game. India was just over 5 years old when Kohli fell, but Rahul came out and simply launched the Kiwi attack. That infused some energy in Iyer, which began to recover after a bad start. The duo added 136 for the fourth wicket, in just 105 balls, which took the game away from the Kiwis. Kedar Jadhav played an incredible 28 cameo of only 15 balls.

India finishes in 347/4 of its 50 overs

Well past Hamish Bennett when he conceded only seven races, although there were three wide

OVERS 48.6: GREAT HIT! The switch hit comes to the fore. Rahul does it indifferently, puts himself under Neesham’s ball and sends him sailing on a third man. India 340/4 with one to go

OVERS 48.1: FOUR! Jadhav hits a delivery from Neesham on the decks for his third limit. Remarkable shot. Jadhav raised it with just one hand

OVER 47.6: FOUR! Rahul cuts back to complete the misery of Southee, who has conceded 85 runs of his 10 overs. India 326/4

OVERS 47.4: FOUR! Jadhav hits a slower ball directly on the ground. Southee under the bomb here

OVERS 47.3: SIX! Jadhav moves through his stumps and sweeps the sweep over half a wicket. Awesome shot that!

OVERS 47.2: FOUR! Jadhav reaches a slower delivery of Southee on the decks

OVERS 46.2: FOUR! 300 for India while Rahul falls on one knee and turns on the square leg

OVERS 45.4: FOUR! Rahul beat the goalkeeper by another limit

OFFERS 45.3: OUT! Southee launches a slower delivery and Iyer hits him badly in the midfield where Santner takes the catch. End of a brilliant blow. India 292/4

Southee has been brought back in the attack, he has two overs left

OFFERS 43.6: GREAT HIT! Rahul breaks a low total of Neesham in mid-wicket for his fifth SIX. India 285/3

OVERS 42.5: Iyer drives long term for its first ODI century and has taken it out of 101 deliveries. What a blow!

OFFERS 42.2: seventh ODI fifty for Rahul while traveling midway through the wicket for two races

OVERS 41.1: FOUR! Iyer cuts a third man to move at 90.
India 265/3

Neesham replaces Southee in the attack

OVERS 40.5: FOUR! Iyer cuts between the point back and the third short man.
India 260/3

100 foot races between Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul with 75 balls

OVER 40.3: DROPPED! Iyer hits a long-term delivery of Santner where Grandhomme drops a simple trap

OVERS 39.3: FOUR! Southee loses it here, launches another installment of length and Iyer opens it halfway to a limit.
India 249/3

OVERS 39.2: FOUR! Southee falls short, Iyer falls behind and cuts the goalie by his eighth limit.
India 244/3

OVERS 39.1: FOUR! Southee throws it again and Iyer hits it between half wicket and long.
India 240/3

OFFERS 37.5: GREAT HIT! Southee launches another long-term installment and this time Rahul has been hitting for a long time for another SIX! India 233/3

OVERS 37.4: GREAT HIT! Rahul passes it through the line and navigates along during a SIX

Tim Southee is back in the attack

OVERS 36.5: FIVE WIDTHS! Santner shoots one by the side of the leg, Rahul tries to put his bat in that but fails, five bonus races for India.
India 216/3

Mitchell Santner has been returned to the attack.

OFFERS 35.4: GREAT HIT! Iyer hits a slow Bennett cutter for a long time for the third SIX of the game. India 207/3

OFFERS 35.2: 200 to India while Rahul touches a delivery of Bennett to the point of recoil for a single

OFFERS 34.3: GREAT HIT! Sodhi throws a boogly, but Rahul hits him with a long spin for the second successive SIX! India 198/3

OVERS 34.2: GREAT HIT! Rahul hits a delivery of Sodhi for a long time for the first SIX of the match

OFFERS 33.5: FOUR!

Iyer cuts and cuts hard, cuts and wide from Bennett and Iyer cuts to the fence of the third man

Bennett has been returned to the attack.

OFFERS 32.2: 7th ODI fifty for Shreyas Iyer while cutting a delivery of Sodhi by one. India 174/3

OFFERS 28.4: OUT! Ish Sodhi cleans Kohli bowls (51) with a googly! Kohli comes forward, opens the bat’s face to play a leg = rest, but the ball sneaks through the bat’s platform hole. India 156/3

OVERS 28.2: 100 foot races between Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer

Ish Sodhi has been introduced in the attack.

OVERS 27.2: 58 ODI fifty for Kohli while launching a lifetime delivery of Santner. India 150/2

OVER 26.6: FOUR!

Iyer cuts a delivery of Bennett to the fence of the third man for his fourth limit.
India 149/2

OVERS 26.1: FOUR! Kohli’s cover drives a delivery of Bennett to move to 48. That shot had the class written everywhere.
India 143/2

Hamish Bennett has been returned to the attack.

OVERS 23.1: FOUR! Kohli cuts a delivery of Santner from behind, an excellent doll job of the Indian captain.
India 127/2

OVER 22.5: FOUR! Kohli in conducts a Grandhomme delivery for his fourth limit.
India 122/2

Mitchell Santner has been introduced in the attack.

OFFERS 20.5: FOUR! Iyer cuts a Grandhomme delivery to a point backwards for his third limit.
India 113/2

OVERS 19.2: FOUR! 4 leg goodbyes are awarded when Iyer diverts a Neesham delivery from his pads to the thin leg fence.
India 104/2

OVERS 19.1: 100 for India while Kohli hits in front of the decks

OVER 18.6: FALL AND FOUR! Iyer hits a Grandhomme delivery midway, where Southee jumps but the ball simply fails.
India 99/2

OVER 17.6: FALLED! Iyer cuts hard in a wide delivery of Neesham, flies to the ravine where Ross Taylor drops a difficult opportunity.
India 93/2

OVERS 16.1: FOUR! The first delivery after beverage break and Kohli coverage conducts a Grandhomme delivery for its third limit.
India 89/2

OFFERS 14.3: FOUR! Shreyas Iyer Square conducts a Grandhomme delivery for its first limit.
India 76/2

OFFERS 13.5 FOUR OF A FREE HIT: A Neesham New Yorker goes awry and Kohli launches the full pitch to the ground for his second limit.
India 70/2

James Neesham has been introduced in the attack.

OVERS 10.1: FOUR! Southee has a fielder in the thin leg for the goalkeeper, but this goalkeeper does not rise so much and Virat Kohli can throw him in front of the square for his first limit.
India 59/2

OFFERS 8.4: OUT! Agarwal (32) cuts a Southee delivery to a point back so that Tom Blundell takes a good catch. India 54/2

OFFERS 7.6: OUT! Grandhomme has Shaw (20) trapped by Latham. India 50/1

OFFERS 7.5: Agarwal cuts a third man to raise the fifty Indians

Colin de Grandhomme has been introduced in the attack.

OFFERS 6.3: FOUR! Short and wide from Southee and Agarwal it cuts the point for its fifth limit.
India 45/0

OFFERS 6.1: FOUR! Agarwal approaches the third man by another limit. New Zealand has three slips but has no fielder in the third man.
India 41/0

OFFERS 5.4: FOUR! Bennett leaves it short and Shaw throws it to the square leg for another limit.
India 35/0

OFFERS 4.5: FOUR! Agarwal covers units for four. That is a good opportunity.
India 25/0

OFFERS 4.3: Narrow escape for Agarwal while surviving a close appeal by LBW against Southee. The review was performed and the repetitions showed that the ball was above the stumps

OFFERS 3.6: FOUR! Shaw Square drives up by its second successive limit.
India 21/0

OFFERS 3.5: FOUR! Shaw launches a delivery of Bennett through half wicket

OFFERS 2.2: FOUR! Agarwal drives straight on the ground during the first four of the match
. India 11/0

OVERS 1.6: Agarwal also leaves the mark in the ODI, perforates the space at the coverage point

OFFERS 1.4: Shaw off the mark in ODIs, hit the decks for two races

Hamish Bennett launches the second for the Kiwis, a goodbye is granted, India out of play

For starters, it is a maiden, a good start for New Zealand

ALL READY: Tim Southee launches the first match for New Zealand, Prithvi Shaw on strike

SHAKE: New Zealand substitute captain Tom Latham won the draw and chose to play against India at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

DEBUTING OPENERS: Starters Prithvi Shaw, Mayank Agarwal make their ODI debut.

The captain of New Zealand, Tom Latham, says that the reason is due to the story in which persecution on the ground is favored, as it becomes difficult to defend under the lights. He reports that Neesham and Grandhomme are multi-faceted, while the sewing attack consists of Tim Southee and Hamish Bennett. He also says that Mitchell Santner and Ish Sodhi would be their spinners. When asked if they could trust an ODI that was played 5 months ago, Latham is confident they can keep up their good streak.

The captain of India, Virat Kohli also, admits that he would have played first, since it is a short ground and under lights, the batting becomes easier. But now he is looking to hit well, especially in the absence of Rohit Sharma. He is super excited to see a new opening combination in Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal. He reports that Manish Pandey, Rishabh Pant, Shivam Dube, Navdeep Saini and Yuzvendra Chahal are the 5 types that are missing from the team. He believes that Kuldeep Yadav’s variety leans him ahead of Chahal. He feels that at home, they can be dominant like anyone else, but it is the foreign conditions that will put them to the test. Therefore, he believes that a 5-0 victory in the T20I puts them in a very good perspective. He adds that, since this year focuses mainly on the T20I, many new faces tested in the ODI would be seen.

India (playing XI): Prithvi Shaw, Mayank Agarwal, Virat Kohli (c), Shreyas Iyer, Lokesh Rahul (w), Kedar Jadhav, Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah

New Zealand (Playing XI): Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Tom Latham (w / c), Tom Blundell, Ross Taylor, James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Hamish Bennett

RELEASE REPORT: Scott Styris says that the soil used is Mohali soil. VVS Laxman notes that there is no grass cover since New Zealand’s batting is not as strong. He thinks it is a good pitch to hit and could help turn later in the innings. Styris adds that the pitch seems a bit sticky, so the ball can initially stick to the surface, but then it must enter the bat as the game continues.



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