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IND vs NZ highlights:- India won by 12 runs Shubman gill and Bracewell the star of the first ODI

IND vs NZ highlights: India won by 12 runs. The stars of the ODI were Shubman Gill and Bracewell. Both of them batted very well and hit the gaps, which they converted into boundaries and sixes. They are one of the top notch players because they can come out and hit the ball.

Shubman Gill & Michael Bracewell the destructive batter

Shubman Gill and Michael Bracewell shook hands and offered each other their congratulations as they awaited the match’s last DRS review, which was really a formality. To set up a contemporary classic, they had batted beautifully.Before Bracewell turned a 350-run chase from 130 for 6. Into a contest with a spectacular 140 off 78 balls. Gill became the youngest double-century player in ODI history. Eventually, New Zealand was just two sixes away from tying the scores. when they lost their final wicket with four balls remaining. Bracewell had already smashed ten sixes.

IND vs NZ highlights gill the batter

After the hitter who took his place while he rested hit a double-hundred. Casting doubt on Gill’s place in India’s ODI lineup, he responded with one of his own. Scoring 70, 21 and 116 in his first three innings since his return. The next-best score on this difficult batting surface was Rohit Sharma’s 34. India’s 349 for 8 was the lowest total in an ODI innings with a double-century.

Mohammad Siraj destructive bowler

Even though Bracewell and Mitchell Santner accumulated 162 runs. For the seventh wicket in just 17 overs when the match’s circumstances changed. India had already taken six wickets thanks to the efforts of Mohammed Siraj and Kuldeep Yadav. The asking rate was within reach at the end, but Bracewell ran out of partners.

Hard lengths bowled straight were challenging to smash when play began, and the odd ball turned for Santner and Bracewell. India was once again tasked with building a total they could defend under lights. Even though New Zealand continued to take frequent wickets. Gill kept things interesting by scoring 19 off 8 and then 17 off 12, 12 off 8, and 18 off 10 shortly following the first four dismissals. From the 35th to the 47th over. New Zealand gave up just 93 runs in 13 overs, but that’s when Gill unleashed his largest assault, scoring 39 off his final 12 balls.

Gill & Rohit Hitter IND vs NZ highlights

India got off to a fast start thanks to Rohit and Gill, but once Santner started to string together tight overs, wickets started to fall. Rohit decided to participate in the bowling and skied an intended strike toward the floor. Soon, the game’s first crucial ball sailed past Virat Kohli’s bat and struck the top of the fence. Santner had re-included New Zealand in the game.

But Gill had a gorgeous appearance. He displayed his disdainful pulls, extra-cover drive, and back-foot punch. Gill attempted to take spin down right away, which was a refreshing change from how India typically plays in these circumstances. Tom Latham lost the catch after his initial effort. Which produced an outside edge off a non-turning Bracewell off break. Gill refused to give in. He slog-swept a six to get 52 off 52 in the same over.

Ferguson  destructive bowler

After Lockie Ferguson returned to get Ishan Kishan out, Gill and Suryakumar Yadav looked dangerous in a 65-run partnership in 53 balls. The moment Suryakumar chipped Daryl Mitchell straight to cover, New Zealand gained momentum.

Immediately following Suryakumar’s dismissal in the 30th over, Gill reached his hundred with a six and a single. India was four down and unable to fully capitalise in the overs before the last powerplay. Their last kick was delayed by the loss of Hardik Pandya in the 40th over due to a contentious decision.

The final kick was amazing when it did come. Gill stopped looking for hittable balls when there were only three more overs left. He was only trying to knock everything to the ground. In the 48th over, Blair Tickner was hit for two sixes, and in the 49th over, Ferguson hit a hat-trick of sixes to complete the double. Glenn Phillips had struck 19 fours and nine sixes by the time he made a stunning catch to remove Gill.

In the End

India won by 12 runs and Gill and Bracewell became star of 1 ODI. And become one of the greatest batsman.

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