India vs New Zealand, 1st T20I Highlights: The spinner suffocated India as New Zealand led 1-0 with a 21-game win | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Washington capital scored a Fifty First Fight T20I but couldn’t stop host India from suffering a defeat 21 games ago New Zealand at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi on Friday. With the win, New Zealand led 1-0 in a three-match series.
Chasing a competitive goal of 177 runs, Sundar scored a quick 50, from 28 balls, but couldn’t take India home as New Zealand’s pitchers took the lead Mitchell Santner (2/11) and Michael Bracewell (February 31) ended up limiting the hosts to 155 to 9 in their 20 rounds.
As it happened: India vs New Zealand, the first T20I
Suryakumar Yadav (47 out of 34) and captain Hardik Pandya (21 of 20) added 68 runs for the fourth game to revive India’s chase after a disastrous start. India lost three early goals with just 15 points in 3.1 rounds. But the collapse of both batters in the span of five balls derailed the chase as they were reduced to 89/5 in 12.2 rounds from 83/3 in 11.3 rounds.
Sundar managed to sustain the hopes of diehard fans with a number of successful shots, hitting three sixs and five fours, but losing steady hits on the other end didn’t allow India. Reversal in the game. Sundar was the last Indian batter to fall with just one ball left in the innings as New Zealand scored a comfortable win.

Sent to the bat, Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell evokes a half-century of fluidity and fire before the cameramen suffocated the presenters.
Asked to take the first hit, opener Conway continued his purple patch with 35 52 balls, while Mitchell beat 30 59 balls undefeated, which included the final hit. by Arshdeep Singh in 27 runs, to power up the Black Hat. challenge 176 for six.
The Kiwi pitchers then cast a net around the home hitters, limiting India to 155/9.
India got off to a disastrous start in their chase with both Ishan Kishan (4) and Rahul Tripathi (0) being sent back to the stall in the third round.
While Ishan was teased by Bracewell, speeder Jacob Duffy (January 27) created a good advantage for Rahul’s blade. Shubman Gill (7) also died shortly after being tricked by Santner as India dropped to 15th with a treble.

However, Suryakumar looked pretty good as he picked two touchlines before picking a touchline with his hips to eat six against Lockie Ferguson (January 22).
Then Santner was bowling with a girl when India hit 33 trebles in the power match.
With the court surface providing grip and rotation, the New Zealand spinners controlled the process to keep it flat and mix lengths even as Hardik hit the steering wheel through the sub-shell to relieve pressure. force.
Suryakumar also unleashed his sweeping shots to keep the scoreboard ticking. When Blair Tickner was introduced, he played a square cut and then sent another hit over the back for consecutive innings as India hit 74 trebles in 10 rounds.
Leg-spinner Ish Sodhi was then maxed from the inside out but New Zealand hit twice in the next five balls to eliminate both booked batters. While Surya took down Sodhi before Finn Allen for a long time, Hardik was caught and bowled by Bracewell when things went downhill after that.

Deepak Hooda hit one of the ropes before tripping over. Then Santner ran out of Shivam Mavi. Ferguson bowling a ball, eliminating Kuldeep. Sundar smashed a fifty skirmish but it was too late.
Before that, India’s pitchers struggled to win their straights and lengths, giving New Zealand a head start.
Allen (35) smashed Hardik to win consecutive touches, while a juicy volley from Arshdeep went straight into the touchline. Conway, who scored 138 points in the third ODI in Indore, also punished the left winger for a rough tackle as New Zealand led 23 in two innings.
However, Sundar received a lot of buys from wicket and quickly saw the return of Allen and Mark Chapman (0) over a period of five deliveries to reduce New Zealand to 43 to 2 .
However, Conway kept it up with two innings four and six against Umran Malik, who was beaten 16 times in his only game.
Hardik kicked himself back and tried to combine his bowling, using more cutters and serving slower as New Zealand hit 79 for 2 out of 10 rounds. Conway used his tagline sweep and feet to push the boundaries off Kuldeep and Hooda as New Zealand crossed the 100 mark in lap 13.
Kuldeep then went on a googly attack when Glenn Phillips made a tagline, only to have Surya conceding a goal deep in the midwicket.
Daryl Mitchell then joined Conway and, after surviving two video intros of one behind-the-scenes and one LBW, took down Hardik a maximum of two times.
On the other hand, Conway finished his fiftieth in the 16th inning but was long-timed by Arshdeep with Hooda catching up. Ishan Kishan then ran out of newcomers Bracewell (1) and Shivam Mavi so that Santner (7) was captured by Rahul Tripathi as India seemed to have taken everything back.
However, Arshdeep conceded 27 times in the final, with Mitchell beating him in three sixs and one four.
The two teams will meet again in the second game of the series in Lucknow on Sunday.
(With input from PTI)


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