India won the second T20I match against New Zealand by wickets. With this, the series also became India’s own. Batting first, New Zealand scored 153 for six in 20 overs. Batting first, India lost wickets in overs and chased down the target. With this victory, India also won the series 2-0. The RRR trio of new captain Rohit Sharma, new coach Rahul Dravid and new vice-captain Rahul have won their first series and got off to a flying start. The openers gave New Zealand a flying start as they batted first. Openers Martin Guptill (31:15 off three fours and two sixes) and Daryl Mitchell (31:28 off three fours) have a run rate of 11 at the crease. Martin Guptill was dismissed for 48 in 4.2 overs for the first wicket. The runs came well after the second overs after that. New Zealand were 64 for six at the end of the six overs of power play. New Zealand scored just 38 runs in seven overs after the power play. Mark Chapman (21:17 off three fours) and Daryl Mitchell (21:17 off three balls) also impressed in the first match as New Zealand struggled to 102 for three at the end of 13 overs.
Then Glenn Phillips (34). : 21 balls, one four, three sixes) Although the score seemed to pick up speed with the pace .. Indian bowlers gave a good comeback again. Taking wickets at consecutive intervals, New Zealand managed only 153 for six in 20 overs. Among Indian bowlers, Herschelle Patel took two wickets while Bhubaneswar, Chahar, Akshar and Ashwin took one wicket each. The New Zealand batsmen, who could easily score 200 runs in a single over, were limited to 153 due to failure. , Five sixes), KL Rahul (65:49 off six fours, two sixes) provided a catchy start. Completely got the upper hand over the New Zealand bowlers. At the end of six overs of the power play, India scored 45 not out. Even after that the two played with full empowerment. Trent Boult dropped a catch by Rohit Sharma in the 10th over of the innings. India scored 79 not out at the end of 10 overs. Both openers added 117 for the first wicket. Later, Rohit Sharma also completed his half century. At this point Southee again gave New Zealand a good break. In the 16th over of the innings, Rohit Sharma dismissed Suryakumar Yadav and brought the kangaroo into the Indian camp. However, Venkatesh Iyer and Rishabh Pant ended the match together. Among the New Zealand bowlers, Tim Southee took three wickets. The rest of the bowlers did not take a single wicket.
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