India have made a behavior of successful the Super Over against New Zealand in the continued T20 worldwide collection. After successful the third T20I in a Super Over, India once more restricted New Zealand in the ultimate over of the match to propel the match into one other Super Over. The Kiwis wanted 7 runs off 6 balls in the ultimate over however Shardul Thakur tightened the noose across the hosts as they misplaced four wickets at an important time.
The match went right into a Super Over the place Jasprit Bumrah gave away 13 runs off 6 balls. KL Rahul made a blistering begin for India and smashed 10 runs off simply 2 balls. It was straightforward pickings for skipper Virat Kohli as he stored his calm to take India to victory.
This was the primary occasion of two successive tied matches in a match. India had by no means performed a Super Over earlier than in their history however they proved their mettle in New Zealand after turning into the primary crew to win two consecutive Super Overs in a collection.
New Zealand additionally created an unlucky report as they grew to become the primary crew to be concerned in 15 tied matches in all codecs.
Thakur bowled a superb final over in which India acquired four wickets – 2 by way of run out – to stretch the match into one other Super Over. Colin Munro and Tim Seifert struck spectacular fifties however India hung in their and Saini, Bumrah and Thakur bowled three sensible overs to carry New Zealand on stage phrases.
Earlier, Manish Pandey struck a masterful half-century to take India to 165/8 in 20 overs. This after Ish Sodhi ran by the Indian line-up, taking a 3-wicket haul. Earlier, New Zealand gained the toss and elected to subject first against India in the fourth T20I in Wellington.
Big blow for Kiwis as Kane Williamson was dominated out on account of shoulder damage and Tim Southee was given the captain’s armband. India made three adjustments as Sanju Samson, Navdeep Saini and Washington Sundar come in place of Rohit Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Ravindra Jadeja respectively.