Teaming up in the fourth game with captain Kane Williamson, Latham set a record and added 221 unbeaten games to take the home team to victory.
AS IT HAPPENED
India, who have only played with five pitchers, have missed out on the sixth pick and will certainly consider that carefully before picking their eleven in their next match, which they must win right away. now to maintain the three-match streak.
Debuter Umran Malik was the Indian pitcher’s choice of 2/66, but another debutant, Arshdeep Singh, had a day to forget as he made 68 runs in 8.1 round without racket. Shardul Thakur was the other catcher in his 1/63 pass 9.
This is only the second time New Zealand has successfully pursued its goal of more than 300 runs ahead of India in the ODI.
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This is New Zealand’s 13th consecutive ODI win at home, their longest win in a home ODI and also the highest ODI score of Latham’s career.
Before that, defeated by New Zealand, India was overtaken by a half-century by Shreyas Iyer (80), captain Shikhar Dhawan (72) and Shubman carries (50), along with Washington Sunder’s record of 16 unbeaten out of 37 shots, to score a challenging 306/7 goal.
Sundar’s big hit aided India at a time of death and delivered the flourish the guests had been looking for in the final five rounds to push past the 300-run mark.
Before that, it was the 124-round opening match between Dhawan and Gill that laid the groundwork for India after an initial struggle against a disciplined New Zealand speed attack.
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Gill was dropped from his bowling game by Lockie Ferguson Matt Henrythen the Indian openers sought to improve run rates and look for boundaries.
India passed the 100-run mark on the 21st. However, shortly after the turn of the century, Gill fell into the hands of Ferguson. It turned into a double blow as Dhawan also fell quickly when he hit Tim Southee straight to Finn Allen at point. The score at that time was 124/2.
While Pant scored with a four-to-deep third-person area after he pushed a long Southee ball, Iyer played top lane to cut off a quick Ferguson serve to start his half. .
When on the 11th, Iyer was offered his life by Latham after the batter attempted a backslope with a short Milne serve.
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Pant kept pulling but pulled it to his stump, walking back in 15. Suryakumar Yadav had success with a cover drive for four people. But two balls later, he was walking again, passing Ferguson before Allen on the first slip.
Iyer and Masons Sanju (36 of 38 balls) then forged a partnership that lasted 94 times to stabilize the ship until the ship was later brilliantly captured by Glenn Phillips.
Then came Washington Sundar’s performance, when he hit three quads and multiple sixs in his 16-ball match.
With this win, New Zealand is currently leading a series of three matches with a score of 1-0. India had previously won 1-0 in a three-match T20I series like rain.
(With agency input)