IND vs NZ 3rd ODI: India-New Zealand 3rd ODI- Rain stopped game

IND vs NZ 3rd ODI:  Varuna will not leave the India-New Zealand series. The rain that hampered the T20 series did not allow the ODIs to be played properly. The second ODI was already canceled due to rain.. Now it rained on the third ODI ground as well. 

The rain started after the 18th over of the New Zealand innings. This interrupted the game. The Kiwis, who went into bat with a target of 220 runs, have now scored 104 runs for the loss of a wicket in 18 overs. Finn Allen gets his half century. Among the Indian bowlers, Umran Malik took a wicket. 

Breakthrough for ! 👏 👏@umran_malik_01 strikes as @surya_14kumar takes a fine catch 👌 👌

New Zealand lose Finn Allen.

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The first innings of the third ODI between India and New Zealand has ended. After losing the toss and batting first, Team India was limited to a low score. The Kiwis bowlers managed to settle for a moderate score. They were bowled out for 219 runs in 48 overs. 

Tapardar Vilavila

The Indian openers who gave a good start in the first ODI were disappointing in this match. Shubman Gill reached the pavilion after scoring just 13 runs. With this, India lost their first wicket at 39 runs. After that, captain Shikhar Dhawan, who seemed stuck at the crease after scoring 28 runs, turned back in the form of the second wicket. Team India lost the openers for 55 runs. Rishabh Pant, who came to the crease after that, also took the wicket quickly. Rishabh, who is struggling with form, made just 10 runs and took the path to the pavilion. After coming to bat, Suryakumar once again disappointed in this match. At a personal score of 6, Southee bowled Milne and got out. India lost 4 wickets for 110 runs. On the other hand, Shreyas Iyer (49), who stood at the crease and played a crucial innings, was dismissed on the bowling of Ferguson, a step away from his half-century. Later Deepak Hooda (6) reached the pavilion with a low score. Deepak Chahar, who hit 2 sixes on arrival, was dismissed by a short-pitched ball.

Partnership of Sundar and Chahal

While wickets were falling on one side, Washington Sundar was hitting boundaries intermittently at the other end. He led the score board by taking singles. He was well supported by Chahal (8). But within a short time, Chahal and Arhadeep were out. In the 48th over, Washington Sundar, who completed his half-century with a six off Southie’s bowling, was dismissed in the second ball. With this, Team India’s innings ended at 219 runs. 

All the New Zealand bowlers performed well. Adam Milne and Daryl Mitchell took three wickets. Southee took two wickets. Santner and Ferguson got a wicket each. 


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