third T20: India vs New Zealand scorecard, 2017

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India innings (toss: New Zealand, who selected to bowl first)
Batsman Dismissal Runs scored 4s 6s Strike charge
R Sharma caught Santner, bowled Southee eight (9) 1 zero 88.88
S Dhawan caught Santner, bowled Southee 6 (6) 1 zero 100.00
V Kohli (c) caught Boult, bowled Sodhi 13 (6) 1 1 216.66
S Iyer caught Guptill, bowled Sodhi 6 (6) zero zero 100.00
M Pandey caught de Grandhomme, bowled Boult 17 (11) 1 1 154.54
H Pandya not out 14 (10) zero 1 140.00
MS Dhoni (wk) not out zero (zero) zero zero zero.00
Batsmen who didn’t bat: B Kumar, Ok Yadav, Y Chahal, and J Bumrah
Extras: three (1 large, 2 leg byes)
India’s complete: 67/5 in eight overs, at eight.37 runs per over
Fall of wickets: 15/1 (Dhawan, 2.2), 15/2 (Rohit, 2.three), 30/three (Kohli, three.5), 48/four (Iyer, 5.four), 62/5 (Santner, 7.2)
New Zealand bowling
Bowlers Overs Dot balls Runs given Wickets  Economic system
T Boult 2 5 13 1 6.50
M Santner 2 6 16 zero eight.00
T Southee 2 four 13 2 6.50
I Sodhi 2 three 23 2 11.50
New Zealand innings (goal: 68 runs in eight overs, at eight.50 runs per over)
Batsman Dismissal Runs scored 4s 6s Strike charge
M Guptill bowled Bhuvneshwar 1 (three) zero zero 33.33
C Munro caught Rohit, bowled Bumrah 7 (6) zero 1 116.66
Ok Williamson (c) run out by Hardik eight (10) zero zero 80.00
G Phillips (wk) caught Dhawan, bowled Kuldeep 11 (9) 2 zero 122.22
C de Grandhomme not out 17 (10) zero 2 170.00
H Nicholls caught Iyer, bowled Bumrah 2 (four) zero zero 50.00
T Bruce run out by Hardik/Dhoni four (2) 1 zero 200.00
M Santner not out three (four) zero zero 75.00
Batsman who didn’t bat: T Southee, I Sodhi, T Boult
Extras: eight (three wides, 1 leg bye, four byes)
NZ’s complete: 61/6 in eight overs, at 7.62 runs per over
Fall of wickets: eight/1 (Guptill, zero.6), eight/2 (Munro, 1.three), 28/three (Williamson, four.three), 28/four (Phillips, four.four), 39/5 (Nicholls, 6.1), 48/6 (Bruce, 6.5)
India bowling
Bowlers Overs Dot balls Runs given Wickets Economic system
B Kumar 2 5 18 1 9.00
J Bumrah 2 eight 9 2 four.50
Y Chahal 2 6 eight zero four.00
Ok Yadav 1 2 10 1 10.00
H Pandya 1 2 11 zero 11.00

third T20 man-of-the-match:

Jasprit Bumrah, for taking 2/9 in two overs, eight balls of which had been dots.

Match high scorer: Colin de Grandhomme (10-ball 17, 2×6)

The place was the third T20 Worldwide received and misplaced?

Dropping the toss and being put into bat proved to be a blessing in disguise for India, who made 67/5 in a shortened, eight-over match after which defended this complete efficiently, to win by six runs by Duckworth-Lewis methodology.

With the Greenfield Stadium pitch, which had been beneath the covers main as much as the third T20 and even on the matchday, being extraordinarily moist and the highest floor too free for the batsman’s liking, batting was anticipated to get harder for the staff chasing. And although India wanted to place a sizeable rating on the board, each run they made put strain on New Zealand and their batsmen, regardless of the supposed benefit of chasing.

Manish Pandey top-scored for India with an 11-ball 17 (1×four and 1×6) and cameos from him and Hardik Pandya, who scored 14 runs off 10 balls, had been essential to India attending to 67/5, after shedding their openers, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, on successive balls within the third over and when solely 15 runs had been scored.

68 was a difficult rating to chase down and the Indian bowlers too had a tricky job on their fingers attempting to defend it. However limiting the Kiwis to simply 11 and taking the wicket of Martin Guptill within the powerplay (two overs) helped issues. As a result of, from then on, the guests wanted to attain at near 10 runs per over and India had one over of Bumrah and the wrist spin of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav up their sleeve.

Glenn Phillips and Colin de Grandhomme had been the one batsmen to get into double figures for the Kiwis and with their hits to the boundary—wicketkeeper Phillips struck a few fours and all-rounder Grandhomme smashed a few sixes—New Zealand remained within the hunt. However the guests by no means acquired that 15 or 20-run over essential to get to a goal like this, significantly after a particularly sluggish begin.

The equation got here right down to 29 runs off two overs. Bumrah was assigned to bowl the seventh over, he was beneath excessive strain, understanding that he needed to limit the New Zealand batsmen to at most 10 runs and depart near 20 runs to get within the final over. And, fittingly, solely 10 runs had been scored within the seventh over, leaving the Kiwis with 19 runs to get. With Hardik Pandya bowling the ultimate over, De Grandhomme hit the third supply of the final over a six; however solely 5 runs had been scored off the ultimate three deliveries.

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