India vs New Zealand 1st ODI Highlights


Indian Board Presidents XI vs New Zealand 1st ODI Match Highlights

On the eve of Prithvi Shaw (66), Lokesh Rahul (68) and Karun Nair (78), Board President XI team defeated New Zealand by 30 runs in the practice match. Batting first, the Board President XI had lost 9 wickets in the 50 overs and set New Zealand’s target of 296 runs. The New Zealand was unable to reach the team and was all out for 265 runs.

Match Summary

Board President XI started well, but after the return of the pavilion of three batsmen – Prithvi, Rahul and Nair, who made the most runs for the team – none of the batsmen could stay on the field for a long time. For this reason, the Indian team scored 295 runs for nine wickets. In this innings for New Zealand, Trent Bolt picked up the most five wickets. At the same time, Mitchell Santnar got two successes, Ish Sodhi and Tim Southee.
Going to pursue the goal, New Zealand’s team performed well while being balanced in the beginning. However, after the 35th over, the wickets of the team continued to fall and the team was reduced to 265 runs. Tom Latham (59) scored the highest score for New Zealand in this innings. Captain Ken Williamson contributed 47 runs. Apart from this, none of the batsmen could do exceptionally well in this match.
India’s bowlers Jaydev Unadkat and Shahbaz Nadeem played an important role in making the New Zealand side so weak. Both took three or three wickets, while Dhawal Kulkarni, Karn Sharma, Gurkit Singh and Avesh Khan got one success. The next practice match between the two teams will be played at the same stadium on October 19.

Indian Board Presidents XI Vs New Zealand Match Info

New Zealand (Fielding)
9:00 AM GMT
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

Indian Board Presidents XI Vs New Zealand Match Score Board

Indian Board Presidents XI Vs New Zealand Match Score Board

Indian Board Presidents XI Vs New Zealand Teams Squad

Indian Board Presidents XI (11 batting, 11 Fielding): Prithvi Shaw, Lokesh Rahul, Rishabh Pant(w), Dhawal Kulkarni, Shahbaz Nadeem, Karun Nair, Gurkeerat Singh Mann, Karn Sharma, Avesh Khan, Milind Kumar, Shreyas Iyer(c), Jaydev Unadkat, Shivam Chaudhary
New Zealand (11 batting, 11 Fielding): Kane Williamson(c), Trent Boult, Martin Guptill, Tom Latham(w), Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor, Todd Astle, Colin Munro, Glenn Phillips, Colin de Grandhomme, Adam Milne

Everybody had a look at this young batsman who played a magnificent innings in his first match against a big team like New Zealand. Most importantly, despite the recent performances, the player was not included in the Indian Under-19 team for the Asia Cup. However, against the team like New Zealand, this batsman started a fantastic start for his team and played a fine innings and gave a reply to everyone and showed that he is a future player.
The team was announced on Monday for the Asia Cup 2018 to be played next year. Prithvi Shaw was not included in this team. It was surprising to all but the selectors said that they should play domestic matches. Just one day later, against a big team like New Zealand, the batsman played his best innings to his responses to the selectors. Playing on behalf of Board President XI, Prithvi scored 66 runs in 80 balls against New Zealand. In his innings, he scored 9 fours and a six. He started the innings with Lokesh Rahul and gave the team a fantastic start. For the first wicket, the Prithvi made a wonderful partnership of Prithvi with Lokesh Rahul. In this match, Board President XI scored 295 runs in 50 overs against the New Zealand.

In the year 2017, the earth has drawn attention to its performance. In the Ranji match for Mumbai, this year, in the beginning of this year, against Tamil Nadu, he scored a hundred in his debut match and attracted everyone’s attention. Prithvi Shaw had scored a century in his debut match in the Dilip Trophy and became the youngest player to score in this tournament. He broke Sachin’s record playing for India Red, Shaw played a magnificent innings of 154 runs. In addition, he did well in the five ODIs against England Under-19 for India Under-19. Prithvi is just 17 and it is also true that he does not have much experience in the domestic match, but whenever he gets a chance against the big team or the big team he performs well.


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