New Zealand vs India: 3rd T20 tie due to rain, series to India – Bol News


The third T20 match between New Zealand and India ended in a tie due to rain, the series went 0-1 to India.

According to the details in Napier, New Zealand won the toss and decided to bat first and the entire team was bowled out for 160 runs in the last over.

Devon Conway scored 59 and Glenn Phillips scored 54 runs. Apart from them, Mark Chapman (12) and Daryl Mitchell (10) could not get into double figures.

For India, Mohammad Siraj and Arsdeep Singh took 4 and 4 respectively while Harshal Patel took one wicket.

In pursuit of the target, the Indian team suffered from difficulties from the beginning, but thanks to the aggressive batting of captain Hardik Pandya, they managed to tie the match.

Until the match was stopped due to rain, the Indian team had scored 75 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 9 overs. Under the Duckworth-Louis method, a target of 76 runs was set in 9 overs, thus the match was tied.

Hardik Pandya scored 30 runs and Deepak Hooda remained not out with 9 runs. Surya Kumar Yadav 13, Rishabh Pant 11, Ishan Kishan 10 and Shreyas Iyer were out for no runs.

For New Zealand, captain Tim Southee took 2 wickets while Adam Milne and Ash Sodhi took one wicket each.

Mohammad Siraj was declared the man of the match for taking 4 wickets for 17 runs.

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