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Milne, Mitchell lead from the front to bowl India out for 219 in series decider

Milne, Mitchell lead from the front to bowl India out for 219 in series decider

The seamers of New Zealand benefited from any help they could get from the surface and in the conditions to defeat India at 219 for the first match of the final ODI, which was decisive, on Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Kane Williamson used 42 overs of seam before adding an spinner in Mitchell Santner, with Adam Milne picking up three of the top five Indian wickets.

Daryl Mitchell, who scored two times in middle of the overs to end India's batsmen, also took three wickets when New Zealand opted to bowl. If it wasn't the Washington Sundar's maiden half-century, which followed Shreyas Iyer's 49 at No. 3. India could have been unable to get to 200.

A drizzle that was light delayed the commencement of the match by ten minutes, Tim Southee and Matt Henry were able to prevent opening batsmen Shikhar Dhawan, and Shubman Gill in a secluded position. The latter was a frequent the use of his foot to swarm the pacers to get them off their runs. His first two boundaries , the four-over cover-point and a six-over long-on - came when he sprinted across the track. His score of 25 of 36 from the 36-over line did not do justice to his efforts to improve the score.

Gill Gill, who was off the mark after having to face 11 dots, hit two fours, a delicious strike through cover, followed by a front-foot push through midwicket before flicking one off the forward square leg to hand Milne the first of his wickets. Milne took over for Michael Bracewell in the XI Then, he got Dhawan to play one through the inside edge after another slink to the wicket. However, in the meantime Milne smashed Iyer in the deep third.

Iyer along with Rishabh Pant kept the ship on track for a time without seeing any progress toward India. Iyer appeared confident as he matched his cuts and kicks through the off side , while not flinching at the cuts through midwicket. However, Mitchell was the only player to have one wicket in the ODI before Wednesday, ripped out Pant by a short one, before Suryakumar Yadav snuck one into Milne twice in the series.

Iyer was looking prime to record his second half-century of the series, but sliced one off the ground just in time for Devon Conway to take a good catch from the cover of the sweeper. At 121-5, India were in chaos at the halfway point of the innings,report by new online casino malaysia.

When Deepak Hooda was stricken with India's score of 149, India were at risk of falling far from hitting the mark of 200 runs. However, Washington proved his batting prowess to win the match for the second time after his unbeaten 16-ball 37 at the start of the ODI. He then added 31 thanks to Yuzvendra Chahal (8 in 22 balls) for the eighth wicket, and hit his 50th birthday before being the last player removed.

New Zealand lead the three-match series 1-0 following the second game ended in a washout. In the event of a surprise the hosts will keep their impressive record in Christchurch in tact.