India vs New Zealand 2nd ODI Highlights: New Zealand beat India by 22 races to seal the series 2-0 | Cricket News
India suffered a rare batting collapse in the chase when New Zealand defeated the team led by Virat Kohli for 22 runs in the second ODI in Auckland on Sunday. With the victory, the Kiwis took an undisputed 2-0 lead in the 3-game series. Pursuing a difficult goal of 274 races, India presented an ordinary batting performance. Mayank Agarwal left early for 3 followed by Prithvi Shaw in the fifth final. Chase’s teacher, Virat Kohli, also failed with the bat and left for only 15. KL Rahul fit back by 4 while India’s batting order crumbled like a pack of cards. Shreyas Iyer played a 52-stroke fight hit, but ran out of partners at the other end, finally falling to 28. Ravindra Jadeja (55) played an excellent hit with Navdeep Saini (76-run association for the eighth wicket) to give New Zealand a scare, but left in 49 to end India’s hopes of a series of victories. For New Zealand, it was a combined bowling effort as Hamish Bennett, Tim Southee, Colin de Grandhomme, Kyle Jamieson took two wickets each.
The captain of India, Virat Kohli, after the defeat: “Two good games, great for fans. Impressed with the way we finished. We let things go from 208-6 to 270+. We were in trouble with the bat, but Saini and KJadeja and Shreyas played very well. No It’s too important this year, but people who can play that way under pressure are a big revelation for us. We might consider changes in the final game, since we have nothing to lose now. We will play expressive cricket and don’t worry. about the outcome. It’s up to the individuals to fight. We don’t send them any messages, because those are not what their instincts tell them to do. We didn’t know how Saini could be with the bat, so if the lower order could be so good, then it inspires the middle order and the higher order to intensify it too. ”
The man of the Kyle Jamieson party – “At the top right now, I need time to sink it; the game decreased and flowed all the time. Quite simply, take it to the 50 overs (over your batting period with Ross Taylor), a total of about 230- 240, we would have been happy, we just wanted to stay there and stay with Ross, be there until the end.A surreal moment to get a wicket in the first round, it was more relief than anything else, happy not to have gone for too many. International cricket is high intensity with a large crowd watching. ”
New Zealand beat India by 22 races to seal the 2-0 series
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48.3 overs: OUTSIDE! And, it’s all over for India in this game. Ravindra Jadeja hits the ground, but hits him directly in the throat of Colin de Grandhomme. India has everything for 251.
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47.4 overs: RUN-OUT! Great confusion between Ravindra Jadeja and Yuzvendra Chahal and the latter does not reach his ground at the end of the striker. There was never a second race there. Chahal ran out, was sent by Jadeja but was late. Chahal returns for 10.
End of 47 envelope: Another excellent for India, since Ravindra Jadeja and Yuzvendra Chahal collect 12 races. Chahal contributing massively in the past with a timely limit. Another match between India and New Zealand gets to the point.
50 for Ravindra Jadeja!
A terrible blow from him under pressure. He reaches his 12th ODI fifty of 67 balls. But India still needs it in the middle to achieve a miraculous victory.
End of 46: 5 Hamish Bennett races are over. Ravindra Jadeja (47 *) still in the middle next to Yuzvendra Chahal. India needs another 40 races of 24 balls. Can Jadeja produce a miracle here in Auckland?
44.3 overs: OUT! A crucial and entertaining blow from Navdeep Saini comes to an end. After being hit by a six, Kyle Jamieson strikes back to hit the top of the stump of Saini’s leg. A 45-stroke hit by Saini comes to an end. Yuzvendra Chahal is the new man in India with Ravindra Jadeja still in the middle.
End of 44 envelope: India recovers in the game. Navdeep Saini collects 16 races on the cover of Colin de Grandhomme including 3 limits. This is the first time that Navdeep Saini (4 games) is batting in ODI and what a magical blow it has been from him. Ravindra Jadeja survives a LBW review of the last ball. India needs another 52 36-ball races.
Association of 50 races!
Both Ravindra Jadeja (41 *) and Navdeep Saini (25 *) have batted beautifully in the last 30 minutes. This is now the highest association of India tickets today. India now needs 70 48-ball races.
IND 204/7 after 42 overs
200 for India!
Ravindra Jadeja and Navdeep Saini fight for India, as they are now only 74 races away from the target. 47 of 61 between the two, as 200 arrive in India in 41.2 overs.
40.4 overs: SIX! What a shot was from Navdeep Saini. He clears his front leg and cuts James Neesham by a point for a maximum. Exquisite time on that occasion of Saini. The association between Saini and Ravindra Jadeja has moved to 43 and now they seek to deepen the game and give India an external opportunity.
39.1 overs: SIX! Top edge and the ball flies over the fence of the thin leg. Bumpers by Hamish Bennett and Ravindra Jadeja goes for it. He gets a good part of the bat and the ball crosses the fence with ease.
End of 37 envelope: An excellent envelope from Kyle Jamieson. Only one of them. India needs another 102 78-ball races with Ravindra Jadeja (23 *) and Navdeep Saini (12 *) in the middle.
End of the 35th.: A good return from Jimmy Neesham after being hit by a four of the first ball. 5 runs from there. Ravindra Jadeja and Navdeep Saini are not yet looking to give up. I
31.1 overs: OUT! Through the door! Colin de Grandhomme ends Shardul Thakur’s hit for 18. The ball simply re-enters after throwing and hits the top of the stump. Second wicket for De Grandhomme, as it has been excellent so far in this match.
30.5 overs: FOUR! FOUR! Shardul Thakur shows his skills with the bat. He confronts Jimmy Neesham. Record consecutive limits against Neesham as it approaches 150 for India. He needs another 122 runs 114 balls.
End of 30 envelope: A good 7 run over but India seems to have lost its way in the persecution. The versatile Ravindra Jadeja (17 *) and Shardul Thakur (9 *) are in the middle, but India is still far from the finish line. You need another 131 of 120 balls with only 4 remaining wickets.
OFFERS 27.3: OUT! Iyer (52) leaves room for an extravagant cut, but gets a slight advantage and is fired trapped behind. India 129/6
OVERS 27.2: FOUR! Seventh ODI fifty for Iyer while cutting a delivery from Bennett to the fence of the third man
OFFERS 26.4: 5 WIDTHS! Neesham throws a gorilla, Jadeja bends over, is too short and passes over the jumping archer. Bonus runs to India
OFFERS 26.2: FOUR! Jadeja seems to play a cover disc but inside the edges beyond the leg stump
James Neesham returns to attack
OFFERS 24.5: FOUR! Jadeja cuts a delivery of Southee on the slips for his first limit.
OVERS 21.3: FOUR! Iyer takes the Indian 100 with a good shot of a Grandhomme delivery between half wicket and long
New Zealand is at the top in Eden Park! Kedar Jadhav starts with 9 while India loses its fifth wicket. #NZvIND https://t.co/JEZfB9KKV3
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OFFERS 20.5: OUT! MIDDLE SIDE IDO! Jadhav seeks to break a delivery of Southee on the blankets, but goes directly to Henry Nicholls with a short extra coverage. India 96/5
OFFERS 19.6: GREAT HIT! Iyer clears one leg and hits a delivery of Grandhomme on the blankets in the crowd for his first six. India 96/4
OFFERS 17.3: FOUR! Kedar Jadhav hits a Grandhomme delivery beyond a central fielder at his first limit.
India 75/4 of 15 overs, needs 199 more runs to win
OFFERS 14.3: FOUR! Iyer cuts a Jamieson delivery point, a bounce and on the fence
OFFERS 13.2: OUT! Colin de Grandhomme launches a delivery of length that enters, Rahul adapts to play the square cut, but places it on his stumps. India 71/4
OVERS 11.4: FOUR! Iyer directly drives a field delivery from Southee directly across the ground.
OVERS 10.3: FOUR! Iyer lifts a Jamieson delivery halfway to its third limit
OFFERS 9.4: OUT! VIRAT KOHLI IS CLEAN AGAIN! Southee sneaks through the entire crease, the delivery of scrambled seams keeps coming, pulls an inner edge of the bat and crashes into the stumps through the hole in the bat pad. Kohli falls to 15, leaves India in 57/3
OFFERS 8.5: FOUR! Kohli moves and throws a delivery of Jamieson to the fence of the half wicket for his first limit.
OFFERS 8.3: 50 for India while Iyer cuts a Jamieson delivery to a third man
OVERS 6.2: DROPPED! Kohli returns a shipment from Jamieson, hit the left hand of the 6’8 “pacemaker but did not stick. DIFFICULT OPPORTUNITY
OFFERS 5.6: FOUR! Iyer crosses the slips to the fence of the third man
OFFERS 5.3: FOUR! Shreyas Iyer’s deck leads to a Southee to get out of the mark
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OFFERS 4.6: OUT! Prithvi Shaw (24) bets on the great extravagant impulse against a seam delivery of debutant Kyle Jamieson, but is clean through the door. India 34/2
OVER 3.3: FOUR!
Shaw crushes a short and wide Southee ball through the blankets
OVERS 2.6: FOUR! Shaw throws a short ball midway to his fifth limit
OVERS 2.4: Virat Kohli comes out of the first ball with a deep square leg movement for three runs
OFFERS 2.3: OUT! Bennett picks it up and almost squares
Mayank Agarwal (3) induces an advantage over his bat that flies directly to the hands of Ross Taylor in the slips. India 21/1
OVER 1.6: FOUR! Southee makes it short and wide and Shaw unleashes a fierce square cut for his fourth limit.
Tim Southee shares the new ball with Bennett
MORE THAN 0.4: FOUR! Shaw’s wrists in play while moving toward the square leg fence, the third limit of the
MORE THAN 0.2: FOUR! Shaw launches the next installment to the thin leg fence
MORE THAN 0.1: FOUR! Shaw drives halfway to get out of the mark
All ready for Indian persecution,
Prithvi Shaw and
Mayank Agarwal goes out to open the tickets.
Hamish Bennett launches the first
At one time, India was looking at a total of more than 300. But Shardul Thakur recovered them in the game. First, he fired Tom Blundell and then, three outstanding ones later, produced a spectacular launch to get Martin Guptill out. Saini was impeccable, though unscrupulous, while Chahal and Jadeja applied the choke to perfection. 20-0-93-4 between them. Jasprit Bumrah remains a concern. From the injury, he looks a little alone, without producing those magical inswingers or outwingers or even New Yorkers. Today, he even went for a run.
What a blow from Ross Taylor. It takes great courage to interpret a character input. But it takes more courage to play an out of character entry. When Taylor intervened, the kiwis were in excellent shape and, given the touch he was in, he could easily have gone mad. But in the span of an hour, he saw the tickets derailed. He repressed his shots and never really played freely. His responsible blow has ensured that New Zealand has something to play with.
A total sub-pair in a good playing field, in a land with shorter dimensions. But that unbeaten association of 76 races for the ninth wicket between Ross Taylor and Kyle Jamieson has given the Kiwis a glimmer of hope. They still need to get out of their masks, but from a position where 200 seemed difficult, they advanced about 275. New Zealand had 142/1 in 27, thanks to an excellent opening stand of 93 races and contributions from Guptill, Nicholls and Blundell in the top 3. But Blundell’s gate led to a collapse when the Kiwis fell from 142/1 to 197/8.
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New Zealand scores 273/8 in its 50 overs
OFFERS 49.4: GREAT HIT! Jamieson clears a leg and breaks it during his second SIX
OVERS 49.2: FOUR! Taylor improvises and hits the goalkeeper to the fence of the third man. That came out of the back of the bat
Bumrah launches the last entry of the New Zealand tickets
OVERS 48.2: FOUR! Taylor pulls a delivery of Saini to the wicket fence
New Zealand 250/8 with two remaining overs
OVERS 47.2: FOUR! Jamieson throws a Bumrah yorker at the leg fence.
50 foot races between Taylor and
OVER 46.6: FALLED! Taylor hits a Thakur badly in the air. Iyer enters running from the square leg but fails to put a hand in the middle of the wicket. New Zealand 242/8
OVERS 46.4: GREAT HIT! Thakur launches a cross seam delivery, but the length is too short and Jamieson stops her for a long time for her first SIX in international cricket.
OVERS 46.2: GREAT HIT! Thakur gets rid of stump and Taylor crushes him for a long time for his second SIX
OFFERS 45.4: FOUR GOODBYE! Bumrah throws a bouncer to the 6’8 “debutant Kyle Jamieson who ducks and the ball also flies over the goalkeeper KL Rahul.
New Zealand 225/8
OVERS 45.1: Taylor rolls out his 51st ODI fifty of 61 balls with a long single
OVERS 44.1: GREAT HIT! Taylor breaks a Saini installment for a long time for his first SIX. New Zealand 219/8
OFFERS 43.3: FOUR! Chahal opens it wide and Taylor cuts back
OVERS 41.4: FOUR! 200 for New Zealand while Taylor cuts a Chahal delivery
to the third man by his third limit
OVERS 41.3: OUT! Chahal launches a delivery flown off the stump and Southee (3) reaches it and hits it badly so that Saini takes the catch. New Zealand 197/8
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New Zealand 195/7 after 40 overs
From 142/1 to 187/7! New Zealand has collapsed dramatically in Auckland 😮 https://t.co/9OLNbJgZ47
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OVERS 37.4: OUT! New Zealand loses its way here. Chahal retains the length of a delivery that clings to the surface and that is enough for Mark Chapman to give the leg shooter a simple return catch. New Zealand 187/7
OFFERS 36.6: OUT! Second wicket for Thakur when De Grandhomme (5) mishits up in the air for Shreyas Iyer to take the capture in deep wicket. New Zealand 185/6
OVERS 36.4: FOUR! Taylor launches a Thakur delivery to the half-wicket fence for his second limit
Ravindra Tray Spell End: 10-0-35-1
OFFERS 35.4: FOUR! Colin de Grandhomme launches a delivery of Jadeja to the thin leg fence
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OVERS 34.2: OUT! Taylor cuts back for a quick single, but James Neesham (3) can’t beat the BRIGHT direct hit of who else than Ravindra Jadeja. New Zealand 175/5
Saini is back in the attack.
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OVERS 33.1: OUT! Tom Latham (7) is going to sweep against Jadeja, is hit on the pads, is delivered, goes to the review and the repetitions show that the ball was thrown in line, hit in line and was going to hit the stumps, so the call of the referee stays. New Zealand 171/4
Jasprit Bumrah is back in the attack, he had granted 29 runs of his first 4 overs spell
OFFERS 29.2: OUT! Taylor reverses a delivery of Jadeja to the recoil point for a quick single, but Guptill (79) fails to beat the launch of Shardul Thakur in the hands of KL Rahul, who takes out the bonds in an instant. New Zealand 157/3
OVER 28.6: FOUR! Guptill takes out a Thakur half tracker between the thin leg and the deep square leg
150 for New Zealand in 28 overs
OFFERS 27.4: FOUR! Ross Taylor launches a delivery of Jadeja to the thin leg fence for his first limit
Shardul eliminates Blundell by 22. New Zealand 157/2 after 29 overs #NZvIND https://t.co/sYE9JgIcEJ
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OFFERS 26.3: OUT! Thakur takes revenge when Blundell (22) hits halfway so that Saini takes control. New Zealand 142/2
OFFERS 26.2: FOUR! Thakur throws a juicy half volley and Blundell hits her directly towards her third limit.
OFFERS 24.4: FOUR! Thakur hits him dry and Guptill approaches the fence of the half wicket.
New Zealand 133/1
New Zealand 128/1 after 24 overs and Shardul Thakur has been returned to the attack
OVERS 21.3: FOUR! Guptill cuts a delivery of Jadeja beyond the point backwards
OVER 20.6: FOUR! Saini hits him dry and Blundell throws him towards the fence of the half wicket.
New Zealand 118/1
OFFERS 20.4: FOUR! Tom Blundell passes halfway through his first limit
Saini replaces Chahal in the attack.
OFFERS 18.6: GREAT HIT! Guptill mimics a hit for a long time for his third six. Shreyas Iyer’s brave attempt at the limit, but it is not enough. New Zealand 104/1
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OVERS 18.4: FIFTY! 36th ODI fifty for Guptill while cutting a delivery of Chahal for two and has left 49 balls
OFFERS 16.5: OUT! Nicholls (41) bets on Chahal, but is hit on the pads, he is handed over but the opener opts for a review. The repetitions show that the ball was thrown in line, hit in line and hit the stumps, so the referee’s call is maintained. New Zealand 93/1
OFFERS 16.4: FOUR! Nicholls hits a delivery of Chahal along his fifth limit.
New Zealand 93/0
New Zealand 83/0 after 15 attacks and Ravindra Jadeja has been introduced in the attack.
OVERS 14.4: FALLED! Nicholls hits Chahal directly but drops a SITTER! Sunil Gavaskar in the air says: “It should have been taken 11 times out of 10”
OFFERS 14.2: GREAT HIT! Guptill’s slog sweeps a delivery of Chahal over the medium deep wicket for his second SIX. New Zealand 81/0
OVERS 12.2: FOUR! Guptill sweeps a delivery of Chahal to the thin leg fence.
New Zealand 68/0
OVERS 11.4: FOUR! Saini tries a New Yorker, but ends up throwing a half volley and Nicholls goes straight down the floor to his fourth limit.
New Zealand 64/0
Yuzvendra Chahal has been introduced
d in the attack
New Zealand 52/0 after 10 overs
OVERS 9.3: FOUR! Nicholls makes room and almost brings it close to the leg fence.
50 for New Zealand
Changing tips for Thakur while replacing Bumrah in the attack.
OFFERS 8.6: FOUR! Five points balls from Saini and Nicholls spoil him by pulling the last delivery to the wicket fence.
New Zealand 47/0
OFFERS 7.6: GREAT SUCCESS! Bumrah throws a gorilla again, Guptill leans back and the upper part cuts her behind the goalkeeper, who flies over the display screen to the second level of the stadium for the first SIX of the match. INCREDIBLE SHOT! New Zealand 43/0
OFFERS 7.4: FOUR! Another New Yorker from Bumrah and Guptill approaches a thin leg, a good shot that
OFFERS 7.3: FOUR! Bumrah throws an inswinging New Yorker, Guptill places him on his pads and runs to the thin leg fence
Navdeep Saini enters the attack
OFFERS 5.4: FOUR! Guptill makes space and breaks the blankets for his second limit.
New Zealand 25/0
OFFERS 5.3: FOUR! Guptill bends over to a Bumrah goalkeeper but the ball hits his gloves and flies off to the fence of the third man
OFFERS 4.3: FOUR! Nicholls drives directly on the ground with the rebound for the first match limit.
New Zealand 15/0
OFFERS 4.1: Nicholls launches a Thakur delivery in the middle of the wicket for three races
Jasprit Bumrah shares the new ball with Thakur
MORE THAN 0.1: First a goodbye is granted to the leg, the kiwis are on their way
Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholls open batting for New Zealand, Shardul Thakur launches India first
Virat Kohli says it looks like a pretty hard wicket and that the new balls might work a little. Note that the straighter limits are small here, so defending would be difficult. Also remember the form of victory of India in the first T20I in this place, so all this takes into account the decision. He praises the Kiwis for hitting well in the previous ODI and not wanting to blame his players for the loss, he just wants the intensity to be maintained throughout the game. About the team’s changes, Kohli reports that Mohammed Shami has rested with the test cricket that comes after this series. He adds that Shami is one of the leading bowlers in India, so he wants it fresh. He is excited to have Navdeep Saini as his replacement. He reports the other change when Yuzvendra Chahal enters for Kuldeep Yadav, with the main reason that Chahal has been without ODI for a long time, therefore, he plays tonight.
New Zealand captain Tom Latham says he was also looking to play first. He crossed his fingers, hopes to hit again well and put a big total on the board. In the previous victory, Tom says it’s a great feeling to have after a forgetful T20I series. He wants his unit to maintain the lessons of that game, especially with the ball. About the changes in the team, Latham says that Mark Chapman will perform tonight, because Mitchell Santner stopped with back pain. In the other change, Tom says that Kyle Jamieson makes his ODI debut instead of Ish Sodhi, who is no longer part of the squad. He is excited to present the raw rhythm of Jamieson.
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TOSS: Virat Kohli won the draw and put New Zealand at bat
Captain @imVkohli wins the draw and chooses to play first in the second ODI against New Zealand. https://t.co/DYkaYSCyzy
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India (playing XI): Prithvi Shaw, Mayank Agarwal, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul, Kedar Jadhav, Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Navdeep Saini, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah
New Zealand (Playing XI): Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Tom Blundell, Ross Taylor, Tom Latham, James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Tim Southee, Mark Chapman, Kyle Jamieson, Hamish Bennett
RELEASE REPORT: Simon Doull observes some patches of grass on the surface, but believes that the ball has to be too short for batters to jump. He hopes that spinners travel the distance in what looks like a very good surface. He expects the ball to do a little in the first 30 minutes, but after that, he predicts that batting will be easier.
WEATHER: There is a rain forecast for this game, but as of now, it is bright and sunny. Hopefully, it stays that way.
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Some of its bowling and field weaknesses exposed in the first game of the series, India will seek a rapid course correction against New Zealand in the second ODI.
Flying high after New Zealand’s 5-0 laundering in the T20 series, India was shot down after the hosts took a 1-0 lead in the three-game series with a four-win victory in the first ODI.
The Black Caps chased their highest total in the ODI cricket in Seddon Park and the launch will be crucial once again in the even shorter Eden Park, where the second bat will have a clear advantage.
New Zealand chose to hit here in both T20I, but India pursued well in both cases, although in different circumstances.
India is in a family situation after the loss in Hamilton. But visitors have come from behind against the West Indies and Australia to win their last two ODI series and Virat Kohli’s men will seek to do the same here.
As in Chennai against the West Indies, or in Mumbai against Australia, India’s loss in Hamilton was due to its lack of ability to take wickets in between.