Shikhar Dhawan Led India reached Hamilton for the second ODI against new zealand Watch Video IND vs NZ 2nd ODI


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IND vs NZ 2nd ODI: The second match of the three ODI series between India and New Zealand is to be played in Hamilton. Team India, led by Shikhar Dhawan, has reached Hamilton from Auckland for this match. The video of the Indian team reaching Hamilton has been posted by the BCCI on its official Twitter account. In this video Indian players are seen getting off the team bus. Fast bowler Arshdeep Singh was seen dancing while getting off the bus. Let me tell you, India reached here after losing the first ODI of the series by 7 wickets.

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The second ODI between India and New Zealand is to be played on Sunday, 27 November. This match will start at 7 am Indian time. Team India’s eyes will be on equalizing the series by winning this match and equalizing the account. Hosts New Zealand are currently leading 1-0.

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Talking about India vs New Zealand first ODI, batting first, the Indian team scored 306 runs for seven wickets on the basis of half-century innings of Shreyas Iyer (80), Shikhar Dhawan (72) and Shubman Gill (50). In response, the New Zealand team won the match with 17 balls to spare thanks to Tom Latham’s century and Kane Williamson’s half-century.

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Chasing the target of 307 runs by India, the New Zealand team lost the first wicket in the form of Finn Allen at the score of 35. Finn scored 22 runs in 25 balls. Devon Conway supported the captain for some time, but he was dismissed after scoring 24 runs in 42 balls. Daryl Mitchell scored 11 runs. After this, Kane Williamson and Tom Latham shared more than 200 runs for the fourth wicket while handling the innings. Due to this strong partnership, New Zealand won the first ODI. Tom Latham scored 145 runs in 104 balls with the help of 19 fours and 5 sixes for New Zealand. Captain Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten 94 runs.

 

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