India vs New Zealand Highlights

ICC Cricket World Cup Warm-up Matches, 2019

India vs New Zealand Scorecard
ICC Cricket World Cup Warm-up Matches, 2019
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The Oval, London , May 25, 2019
179 (39.2/50)
180/4 (37.1/50)
New Zealand beat India by 6 wickets
IND 179/10
Bat Top batsman
54 (50)
  • 6x4s
  • 2x6s
  • 108SR
30 (37)
  • 6x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 81.08SR
Bowl Top Bowler
Bowler
ECON 5.21
6.2
OVERS
33/4
R/W
Bowler
ECON 4.33
6
OVERS
26/3
R/W
NZ 180/4
Bat Top batsman
71 (75)
  • 8x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 94.66SR
67 (87)
  • 6x4s
  • 1x6s
  • 77.01SR
Bowl Top Bowler
Bowler
ECON 0.5
4
OVERS
2/1
R/W
Bowler
ECON 6.5
4
OVERS
26/1
R/W
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End of the first warm-up games for these two sides. India will now wait for Bangladesh in their next warm-up game whereas New Zealand will face West Indies. There though is time for those two. On Sunday, South Africa will go up against West Indies and Pakistan will face Bangladesh. Though if you want more cricket right now, there is also a warm-up game going on between Australia and England which is turning out to be quite interesting. Switch tabs and follow the same. Goodbye from us! Cheers.
Victorious New Zealand skipper, Kane Williamson says that the new ball had something early on that surface and this game it was about the pacers. He hopes that the next match maybe, it will be possible to try spin some more. He states that the wicket was a bit on the drier side but the green grass allowed for some seam movement. He admits this was a really good exercise for them . Even though he states that there is not the same intensity but so much to gain out of these warm-up games. On the change of openers, Kane says that Henry is volatile and can bat at different places whereas Munro is known to be destructive at the top. On his and Ross Taylor's form, the Kiwi skipper says it felt good to score runs against a good side like India and stitch a partnership.
India skipper, Virat Kohli says that it was a good challenge for their batsmen. He reckons that in overcast conditions and with the wicket having something in it, it won't be easy so this was an important experience. He applauds the good effort from lower order to take them to the total of 179 after at one stage, it looked they would not get there. Kohli feels that there was not much help from the wicket in the second innings. He takes positives from the way in terms of how Jadeja, Dhoni and Hardik performed. The Indian skipper also states that they bowled well in the second half and thinks it is about hitting the right areas going ahead in the tournament as well. He mentions that it is important to be good on the field and take half-chances while also being good in all 3 aspects of the game.
Ross Taylor says that he had felt rusty the last couple of days but the warm-up games are thus very important. He feels that if the ball swings like this, then all the talk about the big scores will be quashed. Reckons it was a good game this one and that the next one against West Indies will also be a very important one in their lead-up to the opening group stage match against Sri Lanka.
Earlier in the day, Indian skipper Virat Kohli won the toss and opted to bat first. Their innings did not get off to a good start as they kept losing wickets regularly. Jadeja's half century took India to a respectable total and gave them something to bowl at. James Neesham and Trent Boult were the stars of the match picking up 3 and 4 wickets respectively. Stay tuned for the presentations.
As for India's bowling, 7 bowler's were used in total. All the six front line bowlers and the all-rounder Hardik Pandya had a go with the ball. Jasprit Bumrah was the most impressive bowler. Giving away just 2 runs and picking up a wicket in his four overs. Hardik Pandya, Chahal and Jadeja too got into the wicket column with one each.
Chasing 180, the Kiwis did not get off to the start they would have wanted as Colin Munro departed early. Kane Williamson then steadied the ship along with Martin Guptill. Though the latter could not convert his start. He was then joined by the experienced Ross Taylor. The duo added 114-run stand for the third wicket with both getting their respective fifties. The duo could not finish it off for their side as Williamson departed after the team total got past 150 and Taylor got out when the team was just a run shy from victory. In the end it was a good day for New Zealand.
A stroll in the park here for New Zealand. Though they lost a wicket early on they never looked in danger in this chase. Defending 179 in any surface was always going to be difficult and it was no different here.
37.1
1
Kuldeep Yadav To Henry Nicholls
It is all over here in this warm-up game! NEW ZEALAND WIN BY 6 WICKETS! A very funny way to get to the win though. A flighted ball on the pads, Nicholls mistimes his drive to mid on and runs through. The fielder there scores a direct hit but the batsman was well in. The umpire does not even need to take it upstairs, thus bringing an end to a one-sided encounter!
over 37 : 179/4
2 runs
  • 136.1
  • 036.2
  • 136.3
  • W 36.4
  • 036.5
  • 036.6
T. Blundell
0 (2)
H. Nicholls
14 (27)
R. Jadeja
7-0-27-1
36.6
0
Ravindra Jadeja To Tom Blundell
A watchful defense from Tom onto the surface.
36.5
0
Ravindra Jadeja To Tom Blundell
Flatter on off, defended back to the bowler by Blundell.
Tom Blundell walks out to bat next.
36.4
W
Ravindra Jadeja To Ross Taylor OUT!
OUT! What an anti-climax! Taylor is walking back with 1 run needed! A flighted ball outside off, Taylor reaches out and looks to drive but the ball holds slightly in the pitch. The ball goes uppishly straight to Kohli at cover who takes an easy catch. A new man will have to come in for just a run to be scored! Jadeja has a had good day personally even though his team did not.
36.3
1
Ravindra Jadeja To Henry Nicholls
Swept away to deep square leg for a single by Henry. 1 away now.
36.2
0
Ravindra Jadeja To Henry Nicholls
Flatter outside off, driven to cover by Nicholls.
36.1
1
Ravindra Jadeja To Ross Taylor
Pushed off the back foot to long off for a single by Ross.
37 OV
2 run
R. Jadeja to R. Taylor & H. Nicholls & T. Blundell
  • 136.1
  • 036.2
  • 136.3
  • W 36.4
  • 036.5
  • 036.6
36 OV
6 run
K. Yadav to H. Nicholls & R. Taylor
  • 235.1
  • 235.2
  • 035.3
  • 135.4
  • 035.5
  • 135.6
35 OV
5 run
R. Jadeja to H. Nicholls & R. Taylor
  • 434.1
  • 034.2
  • 034.3
  • 134.4
  • 034.5
  • 034.6
34 OV
1 run
K. Yadav to H. Nicholls & R. Taylor
  • 033.1
  • 033.2
  • 033.3
  • 033.4
  • 133.5
  • 033.6
33 OV
1 run
R. Jadeja to H. Nicholls
  • 032.1
  • 032.2
  • 032.3
  • 032.4
  • 032.5
  • 132.6
32 OV
12 run
Y. Chahal to R. Taylor & H. Nicholls
  • 231.1
  • 431.2
  • 031.3
  • 431.4
  • 131.5
  • 131.6
31 OV
1 run
R. Jadeja to R. Taylor & H. Nicholls
  • 030.1
  • 130.2
  • 030.3
  • 030.4
  • 030.5
  • 030.6
30 OV
2 run
Y. Chahal to K. Williamson & R. Taylor & H. Nicholls
  • 129.1
  • 029.2
  • 129.3
  • 029.4
  • W 29.5
  • 029.6
29 OV
7 run
R. Jadeja to K. Williamson & R. Taylor
  • 228.1
  • 428.2
  • 028.3
  • 128.4
  • 028.5
  • 028.6
28 OV
8 run
K. Yadav to R. Taylor & K. Williamson
  • 127.1
  • 027.2
  • 427.3
  • 127.4
  • 127.5
  • 127.6
27 OV
9 run
R. Jadeja to R. Taylor
  • 426.1
  • 026.2
  • 026.3
  • 026.4
  • 426.5
  • 126.6
26 OV
3 run
K. Yadav to R. Taylor & K. Williamson
  • 025.1
  • 225.2
  • 025.3
  • 125.4
  • 025.5
  • 025.6
25 OV
2 run
R. Jadeja to K. Williamson & R. Taylor
  • 124.1
  • 024.2
  • 024.3
  • 024.4
  • 024.5
  • 124.6
24 OV
3 run
K. Yadav to K. Williamson & R. Taylor
  • 023.1
  • 123.2
  • 123.3
  • 023.4
  • 123.5
  • 023.6
23 OV
9 run
Y. Chahal to K. Williamson & R. Taylor
  • 622.1
  • 022.2
  • 122.3
  • 022.4
  • 222.5
  • 022.6
22 OV
11 run
K. Yadav to K. Williamson & R. Taylor
  • 021.1
  • 421.2
  • 121.3
  • 121.4
  • 421.5
  • 121.6
21 OV
7 run
Y. Chahal to K. Williamson & R. Taylor
  • 120.1
  • 020.2
  • 420.3
  • 220.4
  • 020.5
  • 020.6
20 OV
3 run
K. Yadav to K. Williamson & R. Taylor
  • 019.1
  • 119.2
  • 119.3
  • 119.4
  • 019.5
  • 019.6
19 OV
4 run
Y. Chahal to R. Taylor & K. Williamson
  • 118.1
  • 118.2
  • 118.3
  • 018.4
  • 018.5
  • 118.6
Match Detail
  • Series ICC Cricket World Cup Warm-Up Matches, 2019
  • Venue The Oval, London
  • Weather Sunny
  • Toss India won the toss and elected to bat
  • Result New Zealand beat India by 6 wickets
  • Umpire Bruce Oxenford (AUS), Kumar Dharmasena (SL) and Ruchira Palliyaguruge (SL)
  • Referee David Boon (AUS)
Match Notes
  • Referral 1 (1.2 ovs): Rohit Sharma against NZ (LBW) Unsuccessful (IND: 1, NZ: 1) (Retained)
  • Referral 1 (3.1 ovs): NZ against Shikhar Dhawan (Caught) Successful (IND: 1, NZ: 1) (Retained)
  • Referral 2 (4.2 ovs): NZ against Lokesh Rahul (LBW) Unsuccessful (IND: 1, NZ: 0)
  • Power play 1 (1-10): India 39/3
  • India 50/4 in 13.0 overs
  • Drinks: India 53/4 in 15.0 overs
  • India 100/7 in 23.2 overs
  • India 150/8 in 32.2 overs
  • Ravindra Jadeja: 51 runs in 47 balls (6x4) (2x6)
  • Power play 1 (1-10): New Zealand 40/2
  • New Zealand 50/2 in 12.2 overs
  • Drinks: New Zealand 66/2 in 15.0 overs
  • New Zealand 108/2 in 22.0 overs
  • Kane Williamson: 50 runs in 69 balls (4x4) (1x6)
  • Ross Taylor dropped on 41 by Dinesh Karthik in 24.6 overs
  • Ross Taylor: 54 runs in 55 balls (6x4) (0x6)
  • New Zealand 151/3 in 30.0 overs
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