New Zealand Beat India By 6 Wickets In 1st ODI Match
India vs New Zealand: Team India suffered a 6-wicket defeat in the first match of the three-match series played between India vs New Zealand. The 200 runs partnership between Tom Latham and Ross Taylor, New Zealand team achieved the target of 281 runs given by Team India. Tom Latham’s century was a huge century on Virat’s century. Latham completed his glorious century in 95 balls. He was accompanied by experienced Ross Taylor. On the 49th, Bhuvneshwar dismissed Ross Taylor to give Team India the fourth success but it was too late till then.
After losing 3 wickets for 80 runs, New Zealand team fell into trouble but Ross Taylor and Tom Latham added 200 runs for the fourth wicket. This is the biggest partnership for any wicket at Wankhede Stadium. Taylor scored 95 and 103. Latham completed his fourth century of 95 balls in his career. Proved to be the key to winning against Australia Chahal and Kuldeep’s batsmen faced the sweep and reverse sweep shot. His strategy was effective and won easily in the match.
New Zealand Innings
In Mumbai, Team India challenged New Zealand by 281 runs, chasing New Zealand to a huge target, Hardik Pandya smashed Martin Guptill out and made a big jolt. Guptill scored 32 runs. Dinesh Karthik hit a catch in the deep and Guptill sent the pavilion. Opener Batsman Colin Munro was caught by Jasprit Bumrah at the score of 28 runs. Captain Kane Williamson scored 6 runs and Kuldeep Yadav’s ball was caught by Kedar Jadhav.
The start of New Zealand’s innings was also good. Munro became the victim of Bumrah by making 28 runs in 35 balls with the first blow to New Zealand team as Munro. At that time, the team’s score was 48 in 9.2 overs. After this, Captain Kane Williamson, who came for batting, returned to the pavilion early. After making 6 runs, he got caught in the field of Kuldeep After returning to the pavilion of Williamson, Martin Guptill returned to the pavilion after scoring 32 runs. Dinesh Karthik took his glorious catch on Pandya’s ball.
Indian bowling has failed completely on Sunday. Any bowler could not put pressure on the New Zealand batsmen. All except Pandya, have spent the average of more than 5 average. Bhuvi, Kuldeep, Bumrah and Pandya got 1-1 wickets. Earlier, winning the toss, the Indian team decided to bat first. Bolt gave initial shocks to Team India and both openers were sent back to the pavilion early. After losing the first wicket, Virat, who come for batting, got out in the final over and returned to the pavilion and finished the career of 31st century. Thanks to his captaincy, India managed to score 280 runs in 8 wickets.
Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan started the innings of Team India. Shikhar Dhawan scored 9 runs off Trent Bolt’s ball, caught by wicket-keeper Tom Latham. After Dhawan was dismissed, Rohit Sharma also got a bit of 20 runs short after being bowled on Trent Bolt’s ball. Although Rohit hit two consecutive sixes in Tim Southee’s over, he too lost his wicket in the hurry to play the shot.
In the beginning, after two wickets fell early, Captain Virat Kohli and Kedar Jadhav took the Indian innings a little later. Team India reached the score of 50 runs, but after Kedar Jadhav caught Mitchell Santner on his own ball of 12 runs Jadhav was dismissed as Team India’s third wicket. After this, Karthik and Kohli batted well and scored the score ahead. Karthik was caught by Colin Munro on the ball of Tim Southee on 37 runs. Dhoni was caught by Martin Guptill on Bolt’s ball. Hardik Pandya was trapped by Ken Williamson on Bolt’s ball after scoring 16 runs. Captain Virat Kohli was trapped by Trent Bolt on the boundary by Southee. Kohli scored 121 runs off 125 balls. He hit 9 fours and two sixes.
From Kohli’s Century India Reached 280 Runs
India vs New Zealand 1st ODI Match, India captain Virat Kohli won the toss and decided to bat first. The Indian team started to bat very poorly and both Indian team openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan out on the score of 29 runs. However, the Indian captain Virat Kohli held one end and scored his 31st century of his career.
The glorious hundred of Kohli, India’s score reached 280 runs at a loss of 8 wickets in the allotted 50 overs. For India, Captain Virat Kohli, who scored 121 runs in 125 balls, scored a magnificent century, the same pace bowler Trent Bolt picked up four for 35 in 10 overs in his quota of bowling.
Latham’s Not Out Century
The New Zealand team achieved the target of 281 runs with 6 wickets remaining in 49 overs and won the match by 6 wickets. Chasing this target, Ross Taylor and Tom Latham got a fantastic 200-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Tom Latham made 103 runs off 102 balls for New Zealand, the same Ross Taylor played an impressive innings of 95 runs in 100 balls.
Tom Latham Got ‘Man of the Match
New Zealand’s wicketkeeper batsman Tom Latham was named ‘Man of the Match’ for his glorious century. Tom Latham hit eight boundaries and two superb sixes in his 102-ball 103. Tom Latham said “It is very hot and humid today in Mumbai, so here it is not possible to bat long and not up to 50 overs here. Winning the match and taking the match of the match. Conditions from here are quite different in our house, so I think that this innings is very important for me.
Yes, the team management has given me the responsibility of number 5 at this time and I am working more in this new responsibility, it is good for me, that I can play reverse sweep shot today. During the partnership with Ross Taylor, I was regularly talking to him over the over. As a senior player, Ross Taylor has a lot of influence on me and our entire team, which is very useful for the team
India vs New Zealand 1st ODI Match Score
IND 280/8 (50.0 Ovs)
NZ 284/4 (49.0 Ovs)
New Zealand won by 6 wickets
Man of The Match
Watch India vs New Zealand 1st ODI Match Highlights
Kohli’s Century On Home Ground
December 24, 2009 – 107 runs (win) in Sri Lanka, Eden Gardens
20th October 2010 – 118 runs (win) in Visakhapatnam, Australia
28 November 2010- 105 runs (win) in New Zealand, Guwahati
17 Oct 2011 – 112 runs in England, Delhi (Won)
December 2, 2011 – 117 runs in West Indies, Visakhapatnam (win)
October 16, 2013 – 100 Runs (Won) in Australia, Jaipur
30 Oct 2013 – 115 runs (win) in Australia, Nagpur
17 October 2014- West Indies, 127 runs in Dharamshala (win)
16 November 2014- 139 runs (win) in Sri Lanka, Ranchi
22 October 2015- 138 runs (win) in South Africa, Chennai
23 October 2016- 154 runs (win) in New Zealand, Mohali
January 15, 2017 – 122 runs (win) in England, Pune
22 October 2017 – 121 runs (defeat) in New Zealand, Mumbai