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India tour of New Zealand: Team India on Saturday arrived in Hamilton forward of the second ODI towards New Zealand. The two sides will play the second match on Sunday, November 27.

UPDATED: Nov 26, 2022 07:59 IST

India misplaced the first ODI to New Zealand (AP Photo)

By India Today Web Desk: Team India arrived in Hamilton forward of the second ODI towards New Zealand. The two sides will play the match on Sunday, November 27.

Upon arrival, left-arm quick bowler Arshdeep Singh pulled off bhangra steps whereas wicketkeeper-batter Sanju Samson confirmed the V signal as members of the visiting facet received off the bus. Other members of the crew, together with Rishabh Pant and Umran Malik, have been seen obliging their followers by giving them autographs.

India misplaced the opening ODI to New Zealand by seven wickets after failing to cease Kane Williamson and Tom Latham.

India openers Shikhar Dhawan (72) and Shubman Gill began off effectively, stitching a 124-run partnership. Shreyas Iyer (80) then picked up from the place Gill (50) left and went onto a fifty earlier than Tim Southee denied him from reaching a century. Towards the top, Washington Sundar’s quickfire knock of 37 not out off 16 balls powered India to 306/7.

In reply, India dismissed New Zealand openers Finn Allen and Devon Conway early on. Unran Malik, who made his ODI debut alongside Arshdeep Singh, took two wickets – Conway and Daryl Mitchell – earlier than getting hammered by Williamson (94*) and Latham (145*). The New Zealand batters wrecked havoc on India bowlers, stitching an unbeaten partnership of 221 runs for the fourth wicket.

“We felt good with the total. The ball was seaming in the first 15 overs. This ground is a bit different than other grounds. We bowled a lot on a short of a length, and Latham attacked. We misfielded on a few balls,” Dhawan stated after the match.

“But as I said, we were quite short to Latham, and that’s where he took the game away. He hit four boundaries in the 40th over, and that’s where the game shifted. Surely lots of learning for the boys.”

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Nov 26, 2022

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