INDIA VS NEW ZEALAND 3RD ODI 2020 Live Updates:
15:26 AM: Ross Taylor has been adjudged the Player of the Series!
15:27 AM: Henry Nicholls who is Player of the Match, has performed well throughout the series. His performance in this series – 80, 41, 78.
15:09 AM: It’s over! New Zealand completes an ODI series sweep over India. New Zealand – 300/5
14:30 AM: OUT! Chahal gets Neesham. NZ – 224/5
14:18 AM: After 36 overs, New Zealand 215/4 ( Tom Latham (W) 10, James Neesham 18)
14:09 AM: After 33 overs, New Zealand 190/4 ( Tom Latham (W) 2, James Neesham 1)
13:52 AM: After 30 overs, New Zealand 175/2 ( Henry Nicholls 77, Ross Taylor 4)
12:05 AM: After 4 overs, New Zealand 31/0 ( Martin Guptill 23, Henry Nicholls 7)
11:52 AM: After 1 overs, New Zealand 7/0 ( Martin Guptill 7, Henry Nicholls 0)
11:18 AM: After 50 overs, India 296/7 ( Ravindra Jadeja 8, Navdeep Saini 8)
10:55 AM: KL Rahul gone at the hands of Jamieson, India 269/5
10:33 AM: After 42 overs, India 233/4 ( KL Rahul (W) 84, Manish Pandey 34)
10:02 AM: After 34 overs, India 184/4 ( KL Rahul (W) 55, Manish Pandey 5)
09:54 AM: After 33 overs, India 175/4 ( KL Rahul (W) 55, Manish Pandey 5)
09:43 (IST): OUT! The partnership’s broken as soon as it touches the century mark! Iyer chips the ball towards short midwicket, where de Grandhomme lunges forward to complete a fine catch off Neesham’s bowling! IND 162/4
09:41 AM: 100 of the partnership up between Iyer and Rahul, IND – 162/4
09:34 AM: After 29 overs, India 150/3 ( Shreyas Iyer 57, KL Rahul (W) 40)
09:29 AM: After 28 overs, India 148/3 ( Shreyas Iyer 56, KL Rahul (W) 39)
The steady flow of runs forces Black Caps leader Kane Williamson to bring Hamish Bennett back into the attack in place of Kyle Jamieson, resulting in a much tidier over that adds just two runs to the Indian total.
09:25 AM: Always believe in 50-over cricket a flexible batsman like KL Rahul is easily suited at No. 5.
New Zealand will hope to avenge their 0-5 hiding at the hands of India in the T20I series by completing a 3-0 sweep in the one-dayers when they take on the Men in Blue in the third and final game in Mount Maunganui on Tuesday.
New Zealand staved off a late resistance from the Indians at Auckland to register a 22-run win in the second ODI and clinch the series 2-0. The Black Caps had earlier chased down 348 in the first game of the series at Hamilton with four wickets and nearly two overs to spare.
Ross Taylor played a key role in both Kiwi victories, remaining unbeaten on 109 and 73 at Hamilton and Auckland respectively and is currently the leading run-scorer in the series by a fair distance. The ‘Player of the Match’ award in the second game, however, went to debutant Kyle Jamieson for his all-round performance of 25 not out and 2/42.
Shreyas Iyer (52) and Ravindra Jadeja (55) revived the Indian innings after the visitor’s lost wickets early in their innings, including that of captain and prolific run-getter Virat Kohli, but failed to get their team home.