It is a series of meaningless… New Zealand’s fast bowler said on the cricket match with India

Out-of-favour New Zealand fast bowler Mitchell McClenaghan termed the ongoing T20I series between India and New Zealand as “meaningless”. India have already clinched the series by winning two consecutive T20 Internationals.

McClenaghan commented on AB de Villiers’ retirement on Twitter after a cricket fan reminded him of New Zealand’s T20I series loss to India.

To this McClenaghan replied, ‘Did they lose? You mean an ‘irrational’ series of three matches in five days, 72 hours after the T20 World Cup in which they are playing a team that is playing in their home conditions after 10 days of rest? ‘

McClenaghan played the last match for New Zealand in 2018. He was referring to Australia’s defeat to New Zealand in Dubai on November 14 in the final of the T20 World Cup. The three-match series between India and New Zealand began on November 17.

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New Zealand lost the first match by five wickets and the second match by seven wickets. The third match will be played in Kolkata on Sunday. The 35-year-old McClenaghan has played 48 ODIs and 29 T20Is since his debut in 2012.


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