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Saturday, February 2, 2019

Ind vs NZ : Mohammad Shami scalps Henry Nicholls, NZ/1

A taught batting exertion from Ambati Rayudu (90) and upheld by Vijay Shankar (45) helped India post 252 against New Zealand in the fifth and last ODI of the arrangement at Wellington on Sunday.

India vs New Zealand : All-rounder Hardik Pandya (45 out of 22 balls) inspired everybody with his brave batting style.In the wake of losing four speedy wickets for only 18 runs, Rayudu, Shankar and Kedar Jadhav (34) balanced out the Indian innings. Pandya then made a quickfire 45 towards the conclusion to assist India with posting a fair score 

New Zealand's Matt Henry scalped four wickets while Trent Boult took three. Prior, India's captain Rohit Sharma won the hurl and chose to bat first. India got off to a poor begin as Sharma (2) was the first to get expelled with only eight keeps running on the board. Pacer Matt Henry clean bowled the Mumbai batsman in the 4.1 overs. In the following over, opener Shikhar Dhawan (6) was asked to leave for good by Boult in five and half overs. Dhawan played 13 balls and hit one limit. Shubman Gill (7), who made is make a big appearance in the last match, neglected to awe second time as Henry by and by came in the image and expelled the promising batsmen in the seventh over. 

With three wickets in consecutive overs, it was currently on wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni and Rayudu. In spite of the ordinary fall of wickets, Rayudu was playing reasonably at the opposite end yet absence of help hampered India's scoring rate. Dhoni (1), who missed the last ODI because of hamstring damage, just confronted six balls and got rejected by Boult to make scoreboard read 18/4 of every nine overs. 

The fall of Dhoni's wicket got Shankar, who with Rayudu played reasonably and fashioned a pivotal 98-run represent the fifth wicket to settle the innings.Shankar got run out in the 32nd over. New batsman Kedar Jadhav (34) at that point joined Rayudu in the center and the combine sewed 74-run stand and helped India achieve near 200-run stamp. Be that as it may, At 190, in-frame Rayudu sent back to the structure by Henry. He was gotten by Munro at sweeper cover. Rayudu played 113 balls and hit eight limits and four sixes. 

In the wake of adding 13 rushes to the aggregate, Jadhav was likewise rejected by Henry. New batsman Pandya then came in the center and pounded New Zealand bowlers all around the recreation center. He was hitting limits and sixes voluntarily. Pandya hammered two limits and five sixes in his remain, which was stopped by James Neesham. Tail-ender batsmen Bhuvneshwar Kumar (6), Mohammad Shami (1) at that point attempted to make brisk runs yet were fizzled and rejected inexpensively. Yuzvendra Chahal stayed unbeaten. 

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