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India Vs New Zealand Live Score (T20)

1st T20I | 01 November, 2017 | Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi

149 / 8 Overs20.0 R/R7.45 Fours13 Sixes4 Extras9

Match Status: Match Ended

Match Result: India beat New Zealand by 53 runs

Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Mitchell Santner 27 14 2 2
Ish Sodhi 11 9 2 0
  • That's it from us for this game. An emotional and a bittersweet day for Indian fans comes to an end. Their side won, but one of their stars bows out from the game. India lead the series 1-0, and this victory has helped Pakistan climb up to the no.1 spot in the T20I rankings. New Zealand will want to put this night behind them quickly and focus their attention to Rajkot, where the second T20I will take place on the 4th of November at 1900 local (1330 GMT). Till then, goodbye and cheers!
  • Man of the Match, Shikhar Dhawan says he was happy with the way he batted as it was needed. Feels he hasn't performed too well in this format despite having the capability so is happy to do well. Adds that no matter what others feel, he has always been able to play all kinds of shots. Finishes his interview saying he loves all the formats and they are all equally important to him, so he works hard to perform well in all of them.
  • Virat Kohli says it was a clinical performance from the whole team. Adds the wicket was a little damp, but his openers set the tone for the rest of the batsmen to capitalize on. Mentions his bowlers did well and the catch from Hardik Pandya was one of the best he's ever seen. Also lauds the intensity shown by his team. On Shikhar Dhawan, he states that he wanted to do well in the shortest format as he's done in the ODIs, and credits his adaptability as well. Says that he unleashed all the shots he had at his disposal today and was superb. Reckons in T20I cricket, you need to pick wickets to win games. When asked about his team combination, he stresses the importance of backing your team and showing faith in them. Also says, as a captain you need that edge and it's good to have that. When asked to say a few words about Ashish Nehra, the Indian skipper recalls that after the 2003 World Cup he was just a 13-year old struggling to get into the state team and now he is his captain. Highlights it's a wonderful achievement to do what he has. Credits him as he's a hard worker and a true professional and deserves everything coming his way. Ends by wishing him well for his future.
  • Kane Williamson says it was a disappointing performance in all areas, especially the fielding and doesn't want to use the dew factor as an excuse. Reckons when you're chasing a total which is above par then you have to take your chances and it sometimes doesn't come off. Feels his spinners bowled well, but because of India's aggressive approach he couldn't use them as he exactly wanted to. Ends by congratulating Ashish Nehra for a fantastic career and wishes him well for the next stage of his life.
  • Ashish Nehra says that he will miss all this and one thing which will be relaxed now is his body. Feels that it cannot get bigger than this. Nehra assumes he must have bowled the most number of last overs and is glad that today it was an easy one, with plenty needed. Goes on to say that cricket has changed a lot from the time he made his debut. Adds that the rules have changed, scoring rate has gone up and believes that Indian cricket is in good hands. Says that he doesn't want to compare teams he has been a part of and feels it will be unfair. Mentions that his bowling performance against England in the 2003 World Cup will remain in his mind, also his last over in Karachi, and some will remember his last over against South Africa in the 2011 World Cup (which India lost, remember Robin Peterson?)
  • Coming back to this match, New Zealand got outplayed completely. Their bowling and fielding weren't up to the mark which resulted in India posting a massive total on the board. In reply, the visitors lost both their openers cheaply and then there wasn't much fight shown. Once again it was only Tom Latham who looked capable of countering the Indian bowlers as the rest struggled. The Indian spinners, Chahal and Axar, were exceptional under tough conditions and together they hunted down 4 wickets for just 46 runs in 8 overs.
  • Great scenes out there! It's all about Ashish Nehra at the moment. His teammates are shaking hands and hugging him. A great bowler has called it quits. He will be happy to leave on a winning note, a win over the Kiwis, India's first in this format. Nehra is now taking a lap of honour with the Indian players clapping behind. It's an emotional moment for the local man. The Delhi boys, Dhawan and Kohli now lift Nehra on their shoulders as the veteran waves at the crowd. Thank you, Nehra ji!
  • 19.6ALL OVER! Nehra steams in one final time and bowls a low dipping full toss outside off, Sodhi swings and misses. Big smile on Nehra's face! He is being congratulated by the Kiwi batsmen out there and also his teammates. INDIA WIN BY 53 runs!
  • Last ball of Nehra's career, the crowd is behind him...
  • 19.5Shortish and on off, Santner pulls it over mid on, not much timing and they take a single.
  • 19.4Slower short ball on middle, Sodhi is very early into the pull shot and misses. It hits him on the body and they steal a leg bye.
  • 19.4Wide! Nehra tries delivering the slower one but it's wide outside off, Sodhi once again misses and this time it's called a wide.
  • 19.3FOUR! Nicely played by Sodhi. He just gets forward to a full ball and lifts it over mid off for a boundary.
  • 19.2Short in length and outside off, Sodhi tries to pull but misses again.
  • 19.1Full and wide outside off, Sodhi throws his bat at it but misses.
  • Huge roar! It's ASHISH NEHRA to bowl the final over of the innings and his career. Can he sign off with a wicket or two?
  • 18.6SIX! Into the stand this time. A full toss by Bumrah and it has been sent packing over long on for a biggie. 16 from the over. 142/8
  • 18.5FOUR! Shot! Full in length and on middle, Santner clears his front leg and rockets his heave over mid-wicket. It falls just before the rope as it screams past it.
  • 18.4Fuller length ball on middle, Sodhi lofts it over the bowler's head for a couple. A poor throw from the deep towards Dhoni and it goes over his head. An overthrow taken.
  • 18.3Short in length and outside off, Ish goes hard at it but fails to make any connection.
  • 18.2Short ball on middle, pulled down to fine leg and this time it's only a single.
  • 18.1Santner has played it towards mid-wicket. The batsmen have picked up a couple of runs. Excellent running between the wickets but had Bumrah collected the throw from the deep it could have been interesting.
  • Jasprit Bumrah to continue. No signs of Nehra...
  • 17.6Played through mid-wicket by the batsman. They run through for a single. 126/8
  • 17.5Hits the blockhole, Santner digs it out back to the bowler.
  • 17.4The batsman tries hooking that one but misses it completely.
  • 17.3SIX! Clears the rope this time. It's full and around leg, Santner whips it across the line and sends it towering over square leg for a biggie. Santner having some fun at Kumar's expense.
  • 17.2FOUR! Short in length and around leg, Santner turns inside the crease and pulls it nicely behind square leg for a boundary.
  • 17.1Slower delivery, outside off, Santner swings and misses.
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar is back on.
  • 16.6FOUR! Good delivery but it has gone for a boundary. Bumrah angles in a full length ball on off, shaping back in a shade, Sodhi tries to defend but it catches the outside edge and runs fine to third man for a boundary. Another 10-run over! 115/8
  • 16.5The batsman has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • Ish Sodhi walks in next.
  • 16.4OUT! Edged and gone! Southee once again tries to attack Bumrah's delivery which is on a length outside off. He swings firmly but bottom edges it behind to Dhoni. He is not dropping those sitters. Southee is not going anywhere, MS then appeals by tossing the ball in the air and Bumrah joins him. Now the finger goes up...
  • 16.3FOUR! Wow! Short in length outside off, Southee attacks it powerfully and sends it packing down the ground for a boundary at long on.
  • 16.2Shortish and on middle, pulled down to fine leg for one.
  • 16.1The batsman has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
  • 16.1Wide called for height! Santner ducks underneath that bouncer.
  • 15.6EDGY FOUR! Floated full ball outside off, Southee throws his heart and soul behind that shot and edges it over first slip for a boundary. 10 from the over, along with a wicket, Chahal finishes with figures of - 4-0-26-2! 105/7
  • 15.5Driven towards the mid off region. The batsmen have run through for a single.
  • 15.4Smiles all around! Skidding down the leg side, Southee fails to flick and it goes off his pads to short fine leg. Nehra moves swiftly across to his right, kicks up the ball and it unintentionally goes right into his hands. He then turns and fires in a throw to Dhoni. This athletic piece of fielding by the veteran brings smiles on Kohli's face who claps like a little kid.
  • Tim Southee in next.
  • 15.3OUT! Stumped! Final nail in the coffin. A well-disguised googly by Chahal, around off and Latham dances down the track without picking the variation. He swings and ends up missing it completely. MS Dhoni doesn't need a second invitation. India on the brink of winning their first T20I game against the Kiwis!
  • 15.2Quicker and flatter wide outside off, Latham tries to play the reverse sweep but misses.
  • 15.1FOUR! A googly outside off, full and turning away, Latham goes hard at it and edges it past short third man for a boundary. He is fighting a lone battle.
  • 14.6Width on offer outside off, Tom deflects it down to third man for one. 95/6
  • 14.5A length ball around leg, Latham moves back and charges down, tries to play it across but it comes off his bottom edge.
  • Tim Southee walks in at number 8, replacing Nicholls.
  • 14.4OUT! Bull's eye from Kohli and Nicholls is a goner! Nothing going right for New Zealand tonight. Nicholls pushes this towards mid off and takes off for what seems to be an easy single. But he took on one of the panthers in the Indian cricket team - Virat Kohli who chases the ball down like a panther tracks its prey. Picks the ball up in a flash and boom. Onto the stumps at the non-striker's end like an arrow leaves the bow. The LED bails illuminate and Nicholls continues running towards the dressing room.
  • 14.3The batsman has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • 14.2FOUR! Misfield in the deep by debutant Shreyas Iyer. Short in length and on middle, Henry pulls it across the line in front of square leg. Shreyas Iyer charges towards the ball from deep mid-wicket but it spins away from him at the last moment. He tries to recover but it's all too late. The ball has touched the fence and Iyer signals that to the umpire. Virat Kohli is all smiles, he knows that the young man will be having nerves and will be too eager at the moment.
  • 14.1Sliding down the leg side, Nicholls attempts to flick but misses and it goes off his pads to Dhoni.
  • Another dew break. Meanwhile, Jasprit Bumrah is back on.
  • 13.6Goes down on one knee and sweeps it fine down the leg side for a couple of runs. 90/5
  • 13.5This time Nicholls connects with his sweep shot and sends it to deep square leg for one.
  • 13.4Skidding the other way, Nicholls tries to sweep but misses.
  • 13.3Full and on middle, Nicholls mistimes his slog to backward square leg.
  • 13.2Skidding away from the batsman, Nicholls pushes inside the line and keeps it out off the outside half of the bat. It rolls towards short third man and they cross.
  • 13.1Shortish and on off, Latham cuts it to covers. Shreyas scores a direct hit at the bowler's end and they cross for an overthrow.
  • Henry Nicholls walks in next. He played a handy cameo in the last ODI and is surely capable with the bat. But I'm afraid that he has too big a task ahead.
  • 12.6OUT! Another one bites the dust! Patel tosses this one in the air and drops it slightly short on middle and off, de Grandhomme goes down on one knee and tries to smoke it over the leg side. But he ends up top edging it towards deep square leg. Dhawan does well to keep his eyes on the ball and catches it safely. It's not easy out there for the fielders. 4-0-20-2, exceptional bowling by Axar! 84/5
  • 12.5The batsman plays a sweep shot. One run added to the total.
  • Colin de Grandhomme is the new batsman.
  • 12.4OUT! Bruce finds Rohit with surgical precision! Axar Patel gets his first wicket in his last over. A flighted full ball on off, Bruce kneels to slog sweep it over the leg side but fails to clear the rope. It falls straight down Rohit Sharma's throat at deep mid-wicket. He makes no mistake and New Zealand continue to struggle.
  • 12.3Tossed up ball outside off, Latham walks down the track and drags it over mid-wicket for a run.
  • 12.2Patel bowls it with a round-arm action and bowls it a touch shortish on middle, Bruce moves back and chops it down towards short third man for a run.
  • 12.1Shortish and on off, Latham advances down the track and strokes it to long off for a single.
  • 11.6Shortish and on off, Latham pulls it down to long on for one. 9 from the over! 80/3
  • 11.5Bruce brings out the sweep shot to a full ball and places it behind square leg for one.
  • 11.4Flatter and on off, defended off the back foot.
  • 11.3Tickles it off his pads to the leg side for one.
  • 11.2SIX! Up and over! Chahal drags his length short and Latham goes deep inside the crease with his pull shot. Plays it with the spin and clears the mid-wicket fielder. A biggie for NZ!
  • 11.1Short and outside off, punched off the back foot to extra cover.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal is back on.
  • 10.6Gets on the front foot and pushes it through covers for a single. 71/3
  • 10.5Walks down the track and chips it over the mid on region. They cross for a single and Patel fails to collect the throw properly. An overthrow results.
  • 10.4Flighted and full outside off, driven through covers for one.
  • 10.3Nopes! Bruce is safely in. A quicker one by Patel, Latham sweeps it to short fine leg and attempts for a single. His partner responds and rushes. Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the meanwhile charges towards the ball and has a shy at the striker's end. Dhoni is standing in front of the stumps and then realizes it's going straight to the sticks. Hence, he allows it through his legs to meet the wickets. They appeal, it's referred upstairs but the replays show that Bruce is safely in.
  • Dhoni special, but has that resulted in wicket? A throw from short fine leg comes and Dhoni allows it through his legs and it's a direct hit. Is Bruce out?
  • 10.2Fires one in, short and on middle, Bruce goes deep inside the crease and cuts it towards point for a run.
  • 10.1Flatter and quicker outside off, Bruce mistimes his square cut to the off side.
  • 9.6That ball has taken the inside edge onto the pads. They pick up a single as the ball rolls towards backward square leg. 11 from the over along with the wicket of Kane Williamson. 65/3
  • 9.5FOUR! Slapped away! Bruce is already making space by moving towards leg and Pandya delivers it short and wide outside off. Tom chases it and whacks it over point. Nearly goes all the way. Just one bounce into the fence.
  • 9.4Driven towards the mid on region. They pick up a single.
  • 9.3FOUR! That's a poor delivery and duly punished. Latham is particularly strong square of the wicket on both sides. He finds room outside off and has no qualms in sending it to the deep point fence.
  • 9.2Shortish and outside off, Bruce plays it through the gap at covers for one.
  • Tom Bruce is the new batsman.
  • 9.1OUT! Hardik Pandya is having a dream time in international circuit. Whatever he does is producing results. He has already taken a stunning catch in the field and now has hunted down the Kiwi mainstay. Harmless delivery, it's short and outside off, Williamson stands back to force it through the line but gets a thick outside edge behind. Dhoni is alert and does the rest. New Zealand's chase going nowhere at the moment.
  • Hardik Pandya into the attack.
  • 8.6Pushed to the cover region by the batsman. They pick up a single. 54/2
  • 8.5Flighted and on off, Williamson goes on the back foot and cuts it through cover. Chahal is a bit lazy and it allows the second run.
  • 8.4Another reverse sweep from the bat of Latham and another run gathered by him as it rolls towards short third man.
  • 8.3Shorter and around off, cut through point for one.
  • 8.2Flighted and on middle, Latham plays the reverse sweep past short third man for a run. We have seen him employ those shots in the ODIs too.
  • 8.1Flatter and quicker one, on the pads, Latham fails to keep it out.
  • 7.6Plays it across the line on the leg side and keeps strike with himself. 48/2
  • 7.5Williamson opens the face of the bat and helps it to third man. One run added to the total.
  • 7.4Dropped by Kohli! Poor Nehra, this is the second chance which has gone down off his bowling. A length ball on middle and off, Williamson tries to chip it down the ground but fails to get the desired elevation. Kohli at the edge of the mid off circle times his jump nicely but fails to hold on to the catch. It rolls behind and the Indian skipper chases it down. A couple taken.
  • 7.3FOUR! Good attempt by Axar but all in vain. Short in length and around middle, Williamson gets on top of the bounce and pulls it powerfully behind square leg. Patel runs across to his right in the deep, puts in a dive as well but fails to keep it inside the rope.
  • 7.2On a length and around the off stump line, Latham guides it to third man for one.
  • 7.1A length ball on middle, Williamson covers the line and pushes it down to long on for one.
  • Bowling change. Ashish Nehra is brought back into the attack.
  • Dew break! As we saw in the first innings, the game has been stopped as the groundsmen are clearing the dew on the ground. Not sure how much those ropes help. It's not easy out there for the fielding team. India, however, have got a good start with the dry ball and would like to capitalize on it. New Zealand need partnerships but at a good rate too.
  • 6.6Gently taps it down towards covers and takes a run. 5 from the over, another tidy over for India! 38/2
  • 6.5Quicker one down the leg side, Latham fails to sweep and it goes off his pads to short fine leg. A leg bye taken.
  • 6.4Forces it through the line, in the gap and to deep point for one.
  • 6.3Spinning down towards the pads, Latham clips it a bit uppishly towards backward square leg for one.
  • 6.2Flatter and shorter on off, punched from the back foot to sweeper cover for a run.
  • 6.1Played to the point region by the batsman. No run.
  • Axar Patel to roll his arm now.
  • 5.6Unplayable delivery by the 'King of Swing'...Bowls it on a length around off, nipping away off the seam, Latham tries to flick on the leg side but is beaten by the swing. Beauty to end the Powerplay overs, New Zealand are 33/2. At this stage, India were 46/0! 33/2
  • 5.5On a good length and outside off, Williamson quietly runs it down to third man and rotates the strike. New Zealand need boundaries, singles won't do it for them.
  • 5.4A length ball around leg, Latham walks across the stumps and flicks it off his pads over backward square leg. Doesn't carry to the fielder in the deep and they take a single.
  • 5.3Williamson opens the face of the bat and helps it to third man. The batsmen have run through for a single.
  • 5.2SIX! Cheeky by Williamson! You normally don't see him play those shots but it's the demand of this format. Kumar angles it into the batsman, Kane gets down and across before lifting it over short fine leg. The connection made is stupendous and it goes all the way.
  • 5.1Slightly short in length and outside off, it's punched off the back foot by Williamson but straight to cover-point.
  • 4.6Good length ball on off, defended from the crease to the off side. Top over by Bumrah! 24/2
  • 4.5The batsman has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • 4.5Slips a length ball down the leg side, probably expecting a magic delivery, but there isn't any movement and it skids past Latham's pad. Called a wide, a touch harsh though, as the southpaw was walking across the stumps as well.
  • 4.4Beauty again! Bumrah is keeping the batsman on his toes. Another gem of a delivery, an outswinger landing on a length around off, Latham tries his best to put bat on ball but misses. Nearly an edge!
  • 4.3EDGY FOUR! Bumrah is bowling beautifully. Delivers an outswinger to Latham, around off and the Kiwi wicketkeeper batsman is lured into the shot. He pokes at it and edges it past Dhawan at slip for a boundary.
  • 4.2In the air...just short of the debutant, Shreyas Iyer. Back of a length delivery on off, stopping a bit onto the batsman, Latham rises on the back foot and has a push inside the line. Gets it away from the outside edge and luckily it falls short of the diving point fielder.
  • 4.1Fullish and on middle, Williamson knocks it down through mid on for a run.
  • Jasprit Bumrah is into the attack now.
  • 3.6Length ball angling away from the batsman, Latham drives it off his front foot to covers. Only 3 from the over and a wicket as well. 18/2
  • 3.5Shows the full face of the bat and defends the ball off the back foot.
  • Tom Latham is the new batsman.
  • 3.4OUT! That's a corker! Kumar has breached Munro's defense with a toe-crusher. It's an accurate delivery, right in the blockhole, Munro tries to dig it out but is late in bringing his bat down. It sneaks right through to light the stumps. Nothing much a batsman can do about that delivery. The replays show that there was some inside edge as well before it pegged the leg stump back.
  • 3.3Uppish but safe! Kumar slants in a length ball on middle, Williamson tucks it in the air wide of mid-wicket for three runs.
  • 3.2A touch short and outside off, Williamson slaps it through the line but finds the cover-point fielder.
  • 3.1Defended off the front foot by the batsman presenting the full face of the bat.
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar comes into the attack.
  • 2.6Slower short ball on off, Munro walks across the stumps with the pull shot but misses. It comes off his thigh pad and rests near the surface. 15/1
  • 2.5Pandya drops a relatively easier chance than the last one! Nehra serves a short ball wide outside off, Colin advances down the track and throws his bat at it. It flies square of the wicket on the off side, Pandya backtracks from cover but fails to hang on to the catch. A single taken.
  • 2.5Wide! Short and around leg, drifting down, Munro tries to pull but misses. A touch harsh call as it was over the batsman's shoulder.
  • 2.4Top fielding, Chahal! Nehra bowls an off-pace delivery, short and wide outside off, Munro slaps it over extra cover and Chahal gives the chase from the circle. He does well to pull it back just before the rope and saves two runs for his team.
  • 2.4Nehra oversteps. Back of a length ball on off, Munro stays back and punches it to cover-point. Free Hit coming up...
  • 2.3Angling away from the batsman again, this time Williamson runs it down to third man for a run.
  • 2.2Nehra bowls it short and angles it across the batsman, Kane tries to pull but misses.
  • 2.1Dropped by Dhoni? Nehra angles in a good length ball on middle and leg, Munro charges forward and across to heave it on the leg side but fails to make proper connection. It deflects off his thigh pad and Dhoni behind flies to his right. Fails to hold on and they cross. Given as a run, so maybe there was an inside edge or gloves. Replays aren't conclusive enough.
  • 1.6Flighted and on off, defended to the off side from the front foot. 2 runs and a wicket from the over, excellent start by Chahal! 7/1
  • 1.5The batsman has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
  • 1.4Quicker delivery, probably a googly, Munro helps it to mid-wicket and crosses.
  • Kane Williamson is in at number 3.
  • 1.3OUT! Stunner by Pandya! Take a bow, Superman! Chahal provides the first breakthrough but it's more due to this miraculous piece of catching. Tossed up ball on middle, Guptill tries hammering it down the ground but fails to middle it properly. It goes straight up in the air, Hardik Pandya sprints across to his right from long off and puts in an exceptional dive to catch the ball. The crowd goes bonkers. What a catch!
  • 1.2Keeps it very full and on middle, Guptill is nearly yorked as he digs it out from the bottom hand of the bat.
  • 1.1Flatter full ball on leg, Munro leans forward and flicks it gently through mid-wicket for a single. Eyes the second run but Pandya quickly gets to the ball from the deep.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal to bowl from the other end. A slip in place for Colin Munro.
  • 0.6Slower short ball outside off, Guptill mistimes his punch from the back foot. Finds cover-point. 5/0
  • 0.5The ball is way outside the off stump, easy leave for the batsman.
  • 0.4FOUR! Shot! All power. Nehra keeps it short and outside off, Guptill flat-bats it down the ground, past mid off and it speeds away to the fence.
  • 0.3Just short of Pandey (sub) at point. Almost identical to the last delivery, Guptill forces it through the line and it goes on one bounce to the fielder placed square of the wicket on the off side.
  • Fine leg comes in.
  • 0.2Back of a length delivery angling away from the batsman, Guptill stays back and taps it down to point.
  • 0.2Wide! This time it's short and a little too wide outside off, Guptill once again leaves it and this time it's wided by the umpire.
  • 0.1Starts with a harmless delivery, on a length and in the corridor outside off, Guptill allows it through to Dhoni.
  • Back for the chase! The Kiwi openers, Martin Guptill and Colin Munro stride out. It's the man of the moment, Ashish Nehra to kickoff proceedings for India from the 'Ashish Nehra End'. A slip in place. Here we go...

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