INDvNZ: Due to this small mistake of Dhawan, India got a shameful defeat by 7 wickets in the winning match

Newzealand beat India

The first match of the three-match ODI series between New Zealand and India was played at Eden Park where the Kiwis beat Team India by 7 wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

Let us tell you that in this match (NZ vs IND), New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss and decided to bowl first. Batting first, Team India scored 306 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in 50 overs on the basis of half-century innings of Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill and gave a target of 307 runs to win the Kiwi team.

Dhawan-Gill and Iyer’s half-centuries against New Zealand

In the first ODI between New Zealand and India (NZ vs IND), Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer played brilliant half-century innings for Team India, as a result of which India was able to set a target of 307 runs in front of the Kiwi team.

Latham’s century against India and Williamson’s half-century

Chasing a target of 307 runs, Finn Allen and Dwayne Conway returned to the pavilion cheaply in this match (NZ vs IND) for New Zealand. Allen was dismissed for 22 while Conway scored 24 runs. After this, captain Kane Williamson and Tom Latham handled the New Zealand innings. Both the batsmen scored brilliant half-centuries.

also read: Watch: Arshdeep Singh Started Doing “Bhangra” After Getting The Debut Cap, Video Viral

India lost due to this mistake of Dhawan

In this match (NZ vs IND), when century-scorer Tom Latham came out to bat, Shikhar Dhawan removed Umran Malik, who was taking the wicket after one over, and because of his mistake, the Indian team got nowhere. Have to face defeat somewhere in this match. Actually, if Umran Malik had spelled 2 more overs at that time, he could have made Tom Latham his victim, Umran again came for very late bowling and during that time Tom Latham was completely set.

Simultaneously, Dhawan reposed faith in out-of-form Rishabh Pant, giving him a playing 11 chance and sent him down to Sanju Samson who could have come up and played a long innings. At the same time, the skipper has over-relied on Umran Malik who has only pace attack but Deepak Chahar could have bowled some swing if given a chance.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Protection Status
Scroll to Top