Rohit Sharma "Disappointed" After India's Loss In T20I Series Against New Zealand

Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma "Disappointed" After India's Loss In T20I Series Against New Zealand

He was removed by Kuldeep Yadav when he skied a ball to Hardik Pandya running in from long-on. While India replaced Yuzvendra Chahal with Kuldeep Yadav, the Kiwis handed over a debut cap to Blair Tickner as they rested Lockie Ferguson. The stumping grabbed a lot of attention not only for Dhoni's insane reaction time of 0.099 seconds but also for the third umpire's decision in favour of India in spite of it being a close call.

Team India skipper Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bowl first, however, it was really a bit of tough luck for the team India that gave around 212 runs and the team New Zealand set the target of 213 runs for team India. Opening batsman Colin Munro top-scored for his team scoring his ninth T20I half-century, 72 (40), with the help of five fours and five sixes.

Grandhomme got out with 10 balls to spare but the final push by Ross Taylor and Daryll Mitchell helped New Zealand post a total of 212 in 20 overs. For the second wicket, the two right-handed batsmen added 75 runs in less than 7 overs.

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Seifert, the hero in the series opener, bludgeoned 84 off just 43 deliveries - his innings laced with seven boundaries and six hits over the fence to lead New Zealand to a record 80-run win. After the early wicket Vijay Shankar and Rohit Sharma had a partnership of 75 runs and then Shankar got out on 43 runs.

India will look to end what has been a fine tour of New Zealand on a terrific high when the teams clash in the third and final Twenty20 global in Hamilton on Sunday.

Requiring 16 runs from the last over, Karthik scored a couple of runs on the first two balls.

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A first T20 series victory in New Zealand will be the icing on the cake for the "Men in Blue", who have far exceeded expectations during their three-month sojourn in this part of the world.

The final T20 match between team India and New Zealand has really turned out a fully entertainment of around 4 hours.

Dinesh Karthik refused a single off the third ball of the final over which would have put Krunal Pandya on strike, leaving India needing 13 from three.

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