The captain Rohit Sharma and his deputy KL Rahul created an enterprising 100-year opening station for India to beat New Zealand with 7 wickets in the second T20 International, and to 2 in the next three series. -0 Impeccable lead Friday. The Indian captain and deputy captain chased a moderate 154 under heavy dew conditions, starting with a contrasting style on their way to each for half a century. At first it was quiet. Rohit made five six-pointers and one four-pointer in midfield. His 36 goals were 55. Rahul started the game briskly and scored the highest score with 65 out of 49 goals, of which two six-pointers and six four-pointers, a 117 opening stand, almost closed the chase.
The Indian captain now participates in the most stands (13), surpassing the 12 of Babar Azam and Martin Guptill.
The duo went out in a space of 13 balls, but at that time India only needed 19 of the 27 balls, and Rishabh Pant overtook Jimmy Neesham’s head 6 times in a row in the 18th game. Take home, there are 16 balls left.
The third and final T20I is scheduled for Sunday in the iconic Garden of Eden in Kolkata. Rahul clearly expressed his aggressive intentions from the beginning and played at a speed of 12 goals and 15 before his captain faced the delivery.
Rahul is beautiful in the middle and plays the role of an aggressor, while Rohit is happy to wait in the middle to give India a steady and wise start.
There was a brief calm in the middle, with 23 balls without boundaries, and then Rohit abruptly shifted gears before the halfway mark.
Rohit only scored 16 of 18 goals, decided to play against left arm spinner Mitchell Santner, and hit two of his six-pointers in the center and long range area, resulting in 16 points.
Suddenly, the equation looked equal to the 75 required for the bottom 10, and at the same time, Rahul hit his 16th T20I 50 in 40 goals, and the pacemaker Adam Milne was Six pointers.
Earlier, India hindered New Zealand’s explosive start in a fierce bowling performance by the spinning duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel. Limit the number of tourists to 6 out of 153.
Martin Guptier (15 goals, 31 goals) and Darryl Mitchell (28 goals, 31 goals) in a must-win game where the New Zealanders fell 0-1 in three series After being pushed, the Indian walkers were taken to the cleaners into bats.
Cruising with a score of 64 in a strong game, the New Zealander suddenly ran into obstacles in a crucial midfield game and was under the dominion of the New Zealand batsman in Ashwin (1/19) and Axar (1/26) Only from 7 to 16 completed 64 offensive dew state.
Captain Rohit cleverly used Ashwin and Axar in the middle to limit running. Ashwin’s changes to him are simply sensational, because New Zealand batsmen find it difficult to catch up with him.
As the left-hander failed to clear the long-term border, Axar obtained Mark Chapman’s wicket, who was just over half a century later in Jaipur.
The two’s outstanding efforts in the middle gave the rhythm attack some breathing opportunities. Newcomer Harshal Patel completed his T20I debut four days before his 31st birthday. He returned with an impressive 2 of 25 data.
Two days after a neat show in Jaipur, Bhuvneshwar Kumar admitted 37 points in his first three games, but made up for it in his last game, giving up only two points and also winning Jimmy Nisham’s important ticket gate further focused the New Zealanders.
The New Zealanders shined in the strong game, Guptill hit 15 goals 31 (2x6s, 3x4s) after 8 pitches.
In that game, Guptill (3231 times) surpassed Indian star batsman Virat Kohli (3227 times) to become the leading runner in the T20 international competition.
Guptill defeated Bhuvenshwar on the back-to-back boundary, but when he made a mistake in the long range, the fourth goal had a chance.
KL Rahul ran backwards and made an amazing attempt, almost grabbing the ball, and then the ball slipped out of his hands. After losing 14 points in his first game, Bhuvneshwar lost 13 points in his next game and Guptill hit six points with his head.
Mitchell also joined the party because the visitors reached 42 from the first game. Before the spinning duo of Axar and Ashwin restricted the movement, Deepak Chahar finally gave India a breakthrough.
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