2nd ODI: India thrash New Zealand by 8 wickets to seal the series | Cricket News

RAIPUR: Captain Rohit Sharma’s pause on the throw seems to be the only time India has slowed down in this game!
Inspired by their old war horses Mohammed Shami (3-18 in 6 rounds) and Rohit himself (51; 50b, 7×4, 2×6), India crushed a disappointing New Zealand with eight goals in the second ODI at the Shaheed Veer Narayan International Stadium Singh, where their first international match was being played.
As a result, India ended the ODI series with a convincing 2-0 scoreline, with Tuesday’s final match at Indore now just formality. This is India’s seventh consecutive ODI series win at home and their seventh consecutive ODI series win over New Zealand at home. That kind of sizzling performance bodes well for Rohit and Co. in one year ODI World Cup.

India completely overtakes New Zealand on the paced player-friendly pitch. After India chose to hit the first bowl on a surface that supported extensive horizontal movement, their speed controllers, led by Shami, fired on all pylons to take down a listless New Zealander. , who scored their third lowest ODI against India.

All Kiwi innings ended at 4:07pm, and the match ended and ended at 6:25pm, speeding up the post-match laser show time! Chase 109, Rohit and Shubman carries (40*, 53b; 6×4), get his double back in the first ODI, rub salt in Kiwi’s wound, add 72 of the 84 balls to the first match.
When Gill jumped down the track to knock out Mitchell Santner in the middle of the match, India ended the match with 179 spare balls. It was their third big win in the ODI in terms of spare balls.
When Virat kohli (11) has been scaled up by Santner again, Rohit’s amazing half-century, his 48th in ODIs, will give India plenty to cheer for. In addition to a few interesting shots, the two sixs he hit, a powerful, Lockie Ferguson signature and then a superb shot past Blair Tickner’s additional cover, did. satisfied crowd of 60,000 people. It’s interesting to watch the Kiwi hitters who are too hesitant.
The game seemed to have ended and gone up in smoke as India’s four-way speed attack consisted of Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur and Hardik Pandya destroyed the Kiwi top order.
New Zealand crashed to 15/5 on the 11th and was at one point in danger of disqualification as their lowest ODI score was 64. Somehow, effort by Glenn Philips (36; 52b, 5×4), Mitchell Santner and Michael Bracewell prevented that embarrassment for the Kiwis, taking them past 100, but then they lost the last four catches of five runs in 26 balls.
It was Shami who started India’s relentless attack with the ball. Following four players hitting the ball in quick succession with a beautiful topspin, he opened the scoring for Kiwi Finn Allen. Next was Henry Nicholls, who passed a long serve from Siraj to Gill when he missed. Things took a turn for the worse for the Kiwis when Daryll Mitchell caught Shami.


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