New Zealand won the toss and decided to bat first in the third T20 match against India and put 160 runs on the scoreboard. Devon Conway and Glenn Phillips played a key role in helping the Kiwi team reach this score. Conway scored 59 runs in 49 balls before being dismissed, while Phillips played a fiery innings of 54 runs in 33 balls.
On the roof from Glenn Phillips
During this, 5 fours and 3 skyscraper sixes were also seen from the bat of Phillips. During this, a six was so long that the ball fell outside the stadium. This six was seen on the fifth ball of the 14th over when Phillips hit a powerful shot on Bhuvneshwar’s ball and the ball went over deep square leg and fell on the roof of the stadium.
The Indian fielders just kept staring at this six. The video of this six by Phillips is becoming quite viral on social media. On the other hand, if we talk about this match, except Conway and Phillips, none of the Kiwi batsmen could play a big innings and the result was that the score which at one time seemed to go beyond 180, stopped at 160.
Mohammad Siraj and Arshdeep Singh bowled brilliantly for India. Siraj gave only 17 runs in four overs of his quota and took 4 wickets. Arshdeep also supported Siraj very well. The left arm fast bowler also took 4 wickets for 37 runs in his four overs.