New Zealand exacted revenge from India for his or her T20I humiliation as they took an unassailable 2-zero lead in the three-match ODI series on Saturday. The Kiwis defeated India by 22 runs in the second One Day International at Eden Park in Auckland to seize the series. India got a goal of 274 runs however the Black Caps ensured the hosts have been by no means given a scare as the guests have been bowled out for simply 251 runs.
New Zealand struck 273/eight on the again of spectacular fifties from Martin Guptill and Hamilton centurion Ross Taylor. The hosts have been 142/ 1 with 23 overs remaining however misplaced subsequent seven wickets for simply 55 runs. It seemed just like the Indian bowlers had tightened the noose across the Kiwi batters and would scale back them to a low-rating.
However, Taylor and debutant Kyle Jamieson had different plans as they struck a flurry of boundaries in direction of the tip. Taylor remained unbeaten on 73 whereas Jamieson scored 25. Shardul Thakur took 2 wickets whereas Yuzvendra Chahal accounted for 3.
The Indian innings crumbled beneath the stress from the hosts’ bowlers. Mayank Agarwal, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul have been dismissed cheaply whereas Prithvi Shaw acquired out after scoring 24 runs. Kedar Jadhav quickly adopted go well with. Shreyas Iyer and Ravindra Jadeja stabilized the run-chase for India. Iyer departed quickly after making his fifty as Thakur lended help to Jadeja, earlier than he was cleaned up by Colin de Grandhomme.
Navdeep Saini and Jadeja began to rebuild the Indian chase and hit some massive blows to put the stress again on the hosts. But Saini’s beautiful cameo got here to an finish as he was bowled by Jamieson for 45.
Following the dismissal of Saini, who hit 5 boundaries and two sixes in his innings, Jadeja accomplished his properly-deserved half-century. Jadeja, together with Yuzvendra Chahal took India nearer to the goal but it surely wasn’t sufficient as Kiwis eliminated each of them in fast succession to report a well-known victory.