IND vs NZ: India Take All Previous Revenge

IND vs NZ: On Sunday, India won the World Cup by defeating New Zealand in Dharamsala, India. India won its fifth match in a row, allowing them to move up the table of ten teams.

India, which was asked to chase down a tough 274, won the match with just two overs left. Virat Kohli led India in the run chase but missed out on his well-deserved century.

New Zealand dismissed Kohli for 95 (104), but New Zealand had already been eliminated. Kohli played in three fifty-plus stands during his innings (52 with Shreyas, 54 with KL, and 78 with Ravindra Jadeja). Jadeja also played well with the bat, returning unbeaten at 39 off 44 deliveries.

Rohit Sharma gave India an impressive start with Shubman Gill. Lockie Ferguson removed Rohit after he had scored 46(40) runs. The pacer threw Gill out for 26(31) shortly after.

The 16th over was interrupted by a haze and poor visibility. However, the action resumed shortly after.

Mohammed Shami, in his first World Cup match, led India to a recovery in the final ten overs. He took five wickets. New Zealand appeared to be on track to reach 300 runs or more during Daryl Mitchell and Rachin Ravindra’s 159-run stand in only 152 balls.

Mitchell scored 130 runs in just 127 balls. New Zealand, however, could only score 54 runs in their last ten overs and lost six wickets.

Rohit Sharma chose to bowl the first over, and while India had a stifling ten overs against New Zealand in Dharamsala’s cool climate, Ravindra & Mitchell made India sweat.

Due to Hardik’s injury and Shardul Thakur’s drop, the batters felt the lack of a six-seamers as they smashed spinners Kuldeep Yadav & Ravindra Jadeja.

Kuldeep conceded 32 runs in just his first three balls, a stark contrast from the first ten overs. In the first ten overs, the Indian seamers were unrelenting. Mohammed Shami dismissed Will Young in his first ball in that period.

India had to bowl Jadeja 10 consecutive overs and ended with a score of 0/48. Bumrah dropped Mitchell on the boundary, and the ball went for four. The partnership between Ravindra & Mitchell finally went beyond 150.

Shami finally put an end to the Indian pain in the 34th Over when he dismissed Ravindra after he had scored 75 runs off 87 deliveries. Kuldeep took Tom Latham, the New Zealand captain, soon after.

Mitchell, however, remained unfazed. Mitchell eventually scored his 5th ODI hundred. New Zealand was all out for 273, and the Indians fought back.

IND vs NZ: IND Wins By Four Wickets

Virat Kohli is denied a well-deserved century as Matt Henry dismisses him for 95 (104). He tried to end the game in style but ended up giving Glenn Phillips a simple catch at deep.

Jadeja finishes the match unbeaten at 39(44) with the final ball. India won by four wickets after completing the 274-run chase in two overs. India has now climbed to the top of the table of ten teams.

Source: ICC

Rohit Sharma After The Game

Good start to the tournament. The job is half done. It is important to stay balanced. To think ahead. Important to stay in the present. Shami took the opportunity with both hands. He has experience in these conditions and is a class bowler.

At one stage, we were looking at 300 plus. Credit to our bowlers at the back end. I am enjoying my batting. Both are different personalities, but we (Him and Gill) complement each other. Happy that we won. There’s not much to say. He (Kohli) has done this for us for so many years.

He backed himself to do the job. Kohli and Jadeja pulled us back when we lost a few wickets in the middle. The fielding is something we pride ourselves on.

Today, the fielding wasn’t clinical. Ravindra Jadeja is one of the best fielders in the world. These things happen. We know that fielding is something that will decide a lot of things in the future. We love traveling and playing in different parts of the game.

Tom Latham After The Game

We played reasonably well. We could have capitalized in the last 10. We left a little out there. But credit to India. We weren’t able to get the double breakthrough with the ball. Rachin and Mitchell had a fantastic partnership to set us up for the last 10.

We have a perfect group. We want to be in those positions. Rachin with the bat, Daryl with the 100. The bowlers did well. He played a fantastic innings. He controlled the tempo for them for others to bat around him.

Try to be proactive and focus on the matchups a little. That was another good inning from him. We have a few days off. We have a day game here. We want to do good stuff.

IND vs NZ: Shami, After Getting Man Of the Match

Got a lot of confidence after taking a wicket on the first ball. If your teammates are doing well, you should support them; the team must perform well, and I understand that. It was important to pick those late wickets; you always want your team to be the top side. I’m very happy I got those wickets, and India is on top of the table.

Virat Kohli’s Brilliance Takes Ind To a 4-Wicket Win

It’s official: India has beaten New Zealand at an ICC tournament. It was a perfect win. Kohli not reaching his 100 would be the only thing that could leave fans with a bitter aftertaste.

A win is still a victory. India won’t continue to be at the top of the table, and they have already beaten another unbeaten team in the tournament. The Kiwi bowlers could not have done anything differently.

It was the new ball pitchers who made the mistakes. Boult and Henry needed help bowling the correct lines and lengths, which cost them the match.

New Zealand should be careful as they are starting their new run of playing big teams. They can lose their momentum very quickly.

IND vs NZ: Kohli Performed Well But Missed His Chance To Score A Century

Kohli tried everything in his power to win the Ind-NZ game. Kohli scored 95 and was out when India needed to win by five runs. Ravindra Jadeja scored a four to win the game.

Jadeja scored all the winning runs. The team achieved the target of 274 runs in 48 overs. Jadeja and Shami remain unbeaten, with scores of 39 each and 1.

How Kohli Got Out

Kohli was determined to finish the game as soon as possible. Trent Boult was hit with a four and a six in the over. The result was 12 runs. Virat Kohli’s score was 95 when he was dismissed.

He attempted to hit Matt Henry’s fuller shot but was stopped at the fence.

Why This Win Is Important For India

The win over New Zealand was significant because India had yet to beat New Zealand since 2003 in the ICC Tournament. After 20 years, this modern Team India made history by beating New Zealand in the ICC Tournament.



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