New Zealand 158 for eight in second T20 against India

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New Zealand: Kane Williamson (capt), Doug Bracewell, Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson, Scott Kuggeleijn, Colin Munro, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Tim Seifert, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor, Blair Tickner, James Neesham.

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Around the TV umpire Shaun Haig's controversial decision to send Daryl Mitchell on his way despite HotSpot showing an inside edge, the Blackcaps lost three wickets in nine balls for three runs to Krunal Pandya and after a dazzling 50 from Colin de Grandhomme the hosts were chocked in the back end of their innings.

Rohit Sharma led the charge scoring 50 off 29 balls and passing Martin Guptill to become the highest run scorer in global T20s.

Ross Taylor was forced to run singles as the hit-me balls dried up and de Grandhomme was also slowed down. India still needed 41 runs to win the game from 38 balls.

However, it was Krunal, who really applied the brakes after being brought inside the Powerplay overs.

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Munro and Williamson got skidders. While the left-handed opener Munro hit one straight to the cover, Williamson was caught plumb in-front.

Kedar Jadhav was a surprising omission in the first game but is likely to come in here after India struggled so badly in the first match whilst Shubman Gill is another option to come in if the Indians decide to mix up their team. The on-field umpire adjudged him leg before and he promptly asked for DRS.

The review seemed to show there was touch on the bat at inside edge, but somehow the third umpire ruled Mitchell out.

After that, it was left to India captain Rohit Sharma to call the player back but he didn't do so.

In India, for all the ball-by-ball updates and live commentary you can keep a tab on TOI Sports' live blog and live updates well before the first ball is bowled.

Young Khaleel Ahmed (2/27) polished off two wickets in the end.

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