India beats New Zealand by 35 runs

Playing XI

Playing XI

Yuzvendra Chahal shone with the ball, picking up three crucial wickets of Tom Latham (37), Colin. Team India were once again jolted by early blows from Matt Henry and Trent Boult after Rohit Sharma won the toss and made a decision to bat. However, India got off to a bad start, losing four wickets with just 18 on the board. India soon found themselves reeling at 17/3 and it was all down to the experience of MS Dhoni and Ambati Rayudu to stick around in the middle after the departure of the top three.

Hardik Pandya came in to bat at No 8 for India and justified why he was held back.

Hardik Pandya's 45 off 22 balls also proved crucial towards the end of the innings which helped India push to 252.

A second brilliant spell from Henry saw him pick up two further scalps, as a fuller delivery outside off tempted Rayudu into a drive that was taken at deep extra cover 10 runs short of his century and a slower ball then outfoxed Kedar Jadhav (34), who inside edged the ball back onto his stumps. The Indian fast bowler finished with figures of 2 for 35 in his 10 overs.

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The first of three T20 matches between New Zealand and India is in Wellington on Wednesday. However, the duo did not last for long.

In this time Dhoni, will still appealing for lbw, grabbed the ball and under-armed it onto the stumps.

The most memorable moment of the match was MS Dhoni running out Jimmy Neesham (44), who was.

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