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Auckland: New Zealand beat India by 22 runs, Team India lost ODI series to Kiwi team after 6 years

New Zealand defeated India by 22 runs in the second match of the three ODI series. With this, the Kiwi team took an unassailable 2–0 lead in the series. India won the toss and decided to bowl in the match at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday. New Zealand scored 273 for 8 wickets. In response, the Indian team was all out for 251 runs in 48.3 overs. Team India lost ODI series after 6 years to New Zealand. The last time the Kiwi team won the 4–0 series at home was in January 2014. The last match of the series will take place on 11 February at Mount Maunganui.

India’s fast bowler Navdeep Saini smashed 45 off 49 balls. During that time he hit 5 fours and 2 sixes. Saini shared a 76-run partnership for the 8th wicket with Ravindra Jadeja. Jadeja hit an innings of 55 runs. Apart from these, Shreyas Iyer hit an innings of 52 runs, scoring the 7th half-century of the ODI career. New Zealand’s Hamish Bennett, Tim Southee, Kyle Jamison and Colin de Grandhomme took 2–2 wickets each. Jamison was voted man of the match in his debut ODI.

Chahal took 3 and Thakur took 2 wickets

Martin Guptill scored 79, Henry Nicholls 41 and Ross Taylor 73 runs for New Zealand. At the same time, Yuzvendra Chahal took 3 wickets from India, Shardul Thakur took 2 and Ravindra Jadeja took 1 wicket.

New Zealand won the 350th ODI

New Zealand have won their 350th match in ODI history. He has played a total of 771 ODIs so far, out of which he lost 373. 7 ties and 40 matches were inconclusive. Australia is first and India is second in terms of winning the most ODIs. Australia won 574 ODIs out of 945, losing 328. At the same time, India won 513 matches out of 986, while in 422 it lost.

Assistant coach Luke Ronchi fielding

At one point in the match, New Zealand assistant and fielding coach Luke Ronchi had to hit the ground. In fact, during the Indian team’s innings, the health of spinner Mitchell Santner in the 37th over was spoiled. Scott Kuglin was to be replaced by Fielding, but he also had fever. After this, the Ronchi team replaced Santner wearing a jersey. He has retired from international cricket 2 years ago.

Kohli has been dismissed nine times in all three formats (ODI, T20 and Test) by Saudi. He is followed by England’s James Anderson and Graeme Swann, who sent Kohli to the pavilion 8-8 times. At the same time, in ODIs, Saudi and West Indies Ravi Rampal achieved this success 6-6 times. He was followed by Sri Lanka’s Tisara Perera and Australia’s Adam Jampa for 5-5 times.

Nichols-Guptill’s 93-run opening partnership

Captain Tom Latham returned to the pavilion for 7 runs in the match. He was lbw by Jadeja. Guptill was runout after scoring his 36th half-century. Thakur dismissed Tom Blendall for 22 runs. His catch was taken by Navdeep Saini. Jimmy Neesham was runout by Ravindra Jadeja for 3 runs. Yuzvendra Chahal lbw opener Henry Nichols. Nichols formed a 93-run opening partnership with Guptill. This is New Zealand’s third-largest partnership for any wicket against India in Auckland.

Bumrah took 1 wicket in 5 ODIs

Fast bowler Bumrah returned to the team this year after an injury. He has since taken just 1 wicket in 5 ODIs at a strike rate of 277. He did not get any success in the last three ODIs. This happened for the first time in his career.

Taylor is the Kiwi batsman with the highest half-century against India

Taylor hit a half-century in the second consecutive ODI. He has become the Kiwi player with the most 11 half-centuries against India. Before them Nathan Astle has put Fifty 10 times. Apart from these, Stephen Fleming and Kane Williamson have scored fifties 9-9 times. At the same time, Kyle Jamison, making his debut in this match, scored an unbeaten 25 off 24 balls.

Guptill first Kiwi player to score 4 thousand runs at home Ground

Guptill became the first player from New Zealand to complete 4000 runs in ODIs in his country. He achieved this feat in 92 innings. He is followed by Ross Taylor, who has 3986 runs in 96 innings. Both these players are playing in this match.

Scorecard: INDIA

Runs: 251 allout, over: 48.3, extras: 16.

Wicket Fall: 21/1, 34/2, 57/3, 71/4, 96/5, 129/6, 153/7, 229/8, 251/9, 251/10.

Bowling: Hamish Bennett: 9-0-58-2, Tim Southee: 10-1-41-2, Kyle Jamison: 10-1-42-2, Colin de Grandhom: 10-1-54-2, Jimmy Neesham: 9.3-0-52-1.

Scorecord: NEW ZEALAND

Runs: 273/8, Over: 50, Extra: 14.

Wicket Fall: 93/1, 142/2, 157/3, 171/4, 175/5, 185/6, 187/7, 197/8.

Bowling: Shardul Thakur: 10-1-60-2, Jaspreet Bumrah: 10-0-64-0, Navdeep Saini: 10-0-48-0, Yuzvendra Chahal: 10-0-58-3, Ravindra Jadeja: 10 -0-35-1.

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