New Zealand won by 4 runs, India lost the first series in the captaincy of Rohit; View scorecard

New Zealand defeated India by four runs in the last T20 of the three match series. He made the series 2-1 from the name of his name With this, India’s dream of winning the T20 Series for the first time in New Zealand broke. He also lost his record of being inexplicable with the previous 10 T-20 series. Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl in this match. New Zealand scored 212 for 4 wickets in 20 overs. The Indian team, chasing the target, could score only 208 runs in 6 overs in 20 overs.


New Zealand made 132 runs out of 212 runs

New Zealand made a quick start after losing the toss and batting. His batsmen carried 28 balls (18 fours and 10 sixes) across the boundary. Colin Munro scored the highest score of 72 runs. He made 5 fours and 5 sixes in his 40-ball knock.

Fall of India like this

1st wicket (0.5 overs): New Zealand gave first innings spinner to Mitchell Centner Opener Shikhar Dhawan wanted to hit the fifth ball of the over with the slog sweep, but the ball and the bat did not match correctly. The ball went straight into the hands of Daryl Mitchell standing on the deep midwicket. At this time India could only add 6 runs.

Second wicket (8.3 overs): On the direct ball of Mitchell Sentner, Vijay Shankar hit a big hit on Deep square, but could not give the ball the right strength. Colin de Grandham, standing at the boundary, did not make any mistake and caught the catch. Prior to being dismissed, Shankar made 43 from 28 balls and was dismissed. At this time India’s score was 81 runs.

Third wicket (12.2 overs): This ball of Blair Tickner was a full toss. Rishabh tried to send it across the boundary from Midwicket, but the ball did not come completely on his bat and the captain on the midwicket, Ken Williamson did not make any mistake in catching his catch. This was the first wicket in Tucker’s international T20. At this time the team’s score was 121.

Fourth wicket (13.6 overs): Rohit Sharma on the dais of Daryl Mitchell’s off-side ball to cover the cover, put the outer edge of the bat. Tim Seyfert, standing behind the wicket, did not make any mistake and while hitting the catch Rohit was sent to the pavilion. At this time India’s score was 141 runs.

Fifth wicket (14.5 overs): After scoring the ball of Scott Kugeljean, sit down by the heart of the hearty Pandya and go to the wicketkeeper. While the ball went into the air in the hands of fielder Ken Williamson standing on square leg. There were 145 runs in India’s scorecard.

Sixth wicket (14.5 overs): Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit a long ball on Daryl Mitchell’s ball to reduce the pressure of mounting runrate, but could not move the ball. Tim Southee, standing at the boundary, did not make any mistake and caught the catch. At this time India had 145 runs.

Fall of New Zealand wickets like this

1st wicket (7.4 overs): Both New Zealand openers scored 79 runs in 7 overs. Rohit Sharma bowled Kuldeep Yadav for the eighth over. Rohit himself stood on the first slip. Siefft was on strike. LBW appeal was made on the third ball, but the umpire did not get out. Seafert tried to put the shot on the next ball, but missed out on an inch, and Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not make any mistake in stumping them. The leg umpire left the decision on the third umpire. The third umpire dismissed Seifert after looking at Replay very closely.

Second wicket (over 13.2 overs): Colin Munro scored a slog sweep on Kuldeep Yadav’s ball. Their intention was to play it over midwicket, but due to the spin the ball did not come completely on his bat and Hardik Pandya did not make any mistake in catching his catches at midwicket. At this time the team’s score was 135.

Third wicket (14.4 overs): Khalil Ahmed’s Slower Bouncer was hit by New Zealand captain Ken Williamson for six sixes in the leg, but the ball remained inside the circle with the upper edge of the bat. Standing on fine leg, Kuldeep Yadav did not make any mistake and caught the ball. New Zealand’s score was 150 at this time.

Fourth wicket (18.2 overs): On the offside yarker ball of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Colin de Grandham tried to play on top of the cover. However, the ball was unable to fully connect to his bat and taking the outer edge, Mahendra Singh Dhoni got into the hands of the wicket. By 193 runs in New Zealand’s account

Both teams made 1-1 changes
For the third and final match of the series, the two teams made a one-off change. Indian team management included Kuldeep Yadav in place of Yuswendra Chahal in this match. At the same time, Blair Tickner will be debuting for New Zealand. They were included in the New Zealand squad instead of Lucky Ferguson.

The two teams are as follows:

India: Khalil Ahmed of Rohit Sharma (captain), Mahendra Singh Dhoni (wicketkeeper), Shikhar Dhawan, Rishabh Pant, Vijay Shankar, Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav, Bhubaneswar Kumar, Kunal Pandya,

New Zealand: Ken Williamson (captain), Colin Munroe, Blair Ticker, Ross Taylor, Tim Cieffart (wicketkeeper), Colin D. Grandhom, James Neesham, Mitchell Santnor, Daryl Mitchell, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi.