India vs New Zealand 3rd T20 Highlights – Nov 7, 2017

India vs New Zealand 3rd T20 Highlights – Nov 7, 2017, Ind v NZ highlights today – Third twenty/20 from Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram (India) Tuesday 7th November 2017. The final match of the New Zealand cricket team tour of India will be played today, it will be also series decider match. C Munro is the most runs scorer of the t20 series so far, he scored 116 runs in two innings with highest 109 not out. He is the only batsmen in the world who smashed two t20I centuries in a year. The second most runs scorer batsman is V Kohli who scored 91 and RG Sharma 85. From bowling performance, TA Boult took five wickets, IS Sodhi took three wickets and YS Chahal also took three wickets so far. C Munro scored 109 runs off 58 balls in his last match, he smashed seven 4s and also seven 6s in his great innings.

Toss: New Zealand won and elected to field first.

India team/playing XI
RG Sharma, S Dhawan, V Kohli (c), SS Iyer, MK Pandey, HH Pandya, MS Dhoni †, B Kumar, JJ Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav, YS Chahal.

New Zealand team/playing XI
MJ Guptill, C Munro, KS Williamson (c), GD Phillips †, C de Grandhomme, HM Nicholls, TC Bruce, MJ Santner, TA Boult, TG Southee, IS Sodhi.

Match Timings: 19:00 local (13:30 GMT)

New Zealand tour of India 3rd T20I (N) Highlights

Umpires – Anil Chaudhary, Nitin Menon
TV Umpires – Nandan
Match Referee – Chris Broad
Reserve Umpire – Chettithody Shamshuddin
Match number – T20I no. 632

A brand-new venue and a brand-new surface. The organisers declare scores of 180-plus have been made in both innings of a warm-up game a fortnight ago. What teams will be mindful of, though, is the sapping warmness and humidity, and the possibility of rain and a truncated game. The Kerala Cricket Association has invested in a modern-day drainage device and has three Super Soppers must it get to that. Tom Latham was left out of the Rajkot sport despite having been one of New Zealand’s finds of the tour, regardless of having been given a new function in the middle order.

While there may additionally no longer be a purpose to make a exchange to a triumphing XI, barring injury, they ought to think about bringing Latham back. Mohammed Siraj’s worldwide initiation didn’t pretty go to diagram in Rajkot, where he conceded 53 in his four overs. With Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah conceding solely fifty two off their eight overs and with Hardik Pandya as a third seam option, India should appear at replacing Siraj with Kuldeep Yadav, who hasn’t featured considering the fact that the first ODI in Mumbai.

Just over a week ago, Yuzvendra Chahal and Jasprit Bumrah were India’s bowling heroes in a gripping, high-scoring ODI collection decider in Kanpur. On Tuesday they blended to deny New Zealand as soon as again, this time in an eight-overs-a-side dogfight on a damp, grippy surface in a rain-shortened maiden worldwide sport at the Greenfield Stadium. Sent in to bat, India struggled to pressure the tempo towards square turn from Mitchell Santner and canny modifications of tempo from Tim Southee and Trent Boult. Virat Kohli acquired off to a shiny start, clattering Ish Sodhi for 4 and six off his first two balls, however holed out on 13, and the relaxation of the batsmen couldn’t quite find their timing on a challenging surface.

If the stipulations and the bowling weren’t hard adequate to contend with, they additionally ran into Santner who had a storming day in the field. He took two desirable catches to send lower back the openers off successive balls, and later pulled off a superb help to do away with top-scorer Manish Pandey, sprinting from long-on, throwing himself to his right, plucking the ball out of mid-air and flicking it to Colin de Grandhomme coming the different way from deep midwicket. All this left New Zealand sixty eight to win their first appropriate series, in any format, in India, and Chahal and Bumrah led the defence with combined figures of 4-0-17-2. New Zealand scored forty four off their different 4 overs, however it wasn’t pretty enough.

Colin Munro started the chase ominously, stepping out to the first ball he faced and launching Bhuvneshwar Kumar over the midwicket boundary. Bhuvneshwar pulled matters back thru the rest of the over with a succession of knuckleballs, the ultimate of them sneaking previous Martin Guptill’s slog and rattling his off stump, and New Zealand were eight for 1. Munro’s power made him a key wicket for India, and Bumrah prised him out with three remarkable balls – all of them hitting the deck simply brief of a top length and forcing the left-hander to hit against the right-arm-over angle. Two dots forced Munro to cost out, Bumrah saw him coming and shortened his length, and his cross-bat heave skewed over mid-on, from where Rohit Sharma sprinted to whole a tumbling stunner. Only three got here off that over.

Chahal, relishing the grip and turn on offer, stored the ball huge of off stump to each right- and the left-hander, and didn’t concede a single boundary in his two overs. Every second ball he bowled was a dot, and this was especially commendable given the stress he bowled in. Colin de Grandhomme had simply launched Kuldeep Yadav for a flat six over long-on – possibly the cleanest hit of the night time – when Chahal got here on to bowl the sixth over with New Zealand needing 32 off the last three. He beat the bat with his first two balls to de Grandhomme, each on a length too short to hit down the ground but not short enough to hit square, each pitching outside off and making him reach, one a slider and one a ripping leg-break.

India used Bumrah in the penultimate over, and even though it wasn’t his best over – it included a wide, a succession of byes, and a full-toss flicked for four by means of Tom Bruce – it still only price 10 runs, and left New Zealand 19 to get off the last six balls. Kohli went for Hardik Pandya as a substitute than Kuldeep, and the allrounder closed it out, although now not besides a couple of alarms. De Grandhomme stung Pandya’s left hand with a powerful straight hit, and next ball clubbed a slower one over the rectangular leg boundary to carry the equation down to 14 off three. A huge subsequent ball made it thirteen off three, however Pandya pulled himself together and located the lengths to deny de Grandhomme and Santner any bigger hits.

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