New Zealand Vs India LIVE SCORE (odi)

New Zealand Vs India At Seddon Park, Hamilton, 31 January, 2019

31 January, 2019
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

92/10 (30.5 ov)

4th ODI

93/2 (14.4 ov)

New Zealand beat India by 8 wickets

India New Zealand
92/10 (30.5 ov) - R/R 2.98 93/2 (14.4 ov) - R/R 6.34

Match Ended

New Zealand beat India by 8 wickets

This Over
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1
6
4
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Henry Nicholls not out 30 42 4 1
Ross Taylor not out 37 25 2 3
Bowling 0 M R W
Yuzvendra Chahal 2.4 0 32 0
Kuldeep Yadav 1 0 2 0
Current Partnership Last Wicket 39/2 (6.2)

54 (54) R/R: 6.48

Ross Taylor 37(25)

Kane Williamson (C) 11(18) S.R (61.11)

c Dinesh Karthik b Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Highlights, India vs New Zealand, 4th ODI at Hamilton, Full Cricket Score: Black Caps gallop to 8-wicket win

Highlights, India vs New Zealand, 4th ODI at Hamilton, Full Cricket Score: Black Caps gallop to 8-wicket win

11:32 (IST)

That's it from us here. Well, that was super quick. To those who have just woken up, the Match is over! India bowled out for 92, New Zealand win by 8 wickets. The day belonged to Trent Boult who put in an exhibition of swing bowling. Hope you enjoyed the coverage. Join us again for the 5th and final ODI on Sunday, until then goodbye and take care.

11:16 (IST)

Kane Williamson, victorious New Zealand captain: I don't think we expected this. I thought the guys were outstanding with the ball. It probably stood up a little bit, and grabbed the seam with the extra grass. It was just one of those days when things went well, but at the same time, credit to the areas in which the bowlers bowled. I suppose if you go back and reassess the surface, you might play a little differently. You always play to win, and today was an outstanding performance. But we know that each game we play against a side like India can be a challenge. Everytime you get an opportunity to play for your country, especially against India, is a great opportunity for the side to move in the right direction. 

11:13 (IST)

Rohit: I think one of our worst performances with the bat for a long time. We never expected something like this. It happens, but you have got to give the credit to New Zealanders, after being 3-0 down and the way they bounced back. Things were looking good at that stage. The wicket wasn't bad. This was different sort of pitch where you need to take time but we failed to do that, we didn't apply ourselves and played bad shots as well. It's always challenging when the ball is swinging, it's not just us. I won't sit here and give excuses we need to go back to the drawing board and see what went wrong. Hopefully, Wellington will be good for us.

11:09 (IST)

Trent Boult is the 'Player of the Match' for his figures of 5/21. 

Boult: Nice to see the ball moving around a little bit. All-round performance is what we were after. Probably swung nicely from that end for most of those 10 overs. Satisfying personally. Colin bowled well from the other end. He will be more buggered than I am. Tough start until the series, but to pull one back is satisfying. Hopefully a similar performance, but we don't want to get too ahead of ourselves. 

11:09 (IST)

Trent Boult is named the Man of the Match

11:05 (IST)

A comprehensive win for the Kiwis. Williamson won the toss and opted to bowl, the bowlers vindicated the decision as they bowled India out for 92. It was Boult who set the platform with a five-for. He was masterful in his spell where he bowled 10 overs on the trot. The Indian batsmen were found wanting against the swing as De Grandhomme joined the party and picked up 3 wickets. The Kiwis stuttered a bit at the start but then crossed the finish line with ease. Debutant Shubman Gill impressed during his short stay, not the best of starts, but it's a good learning experience. 

11:04 (IST)

Largest ODI wins for New Zealand by balls remaining:

264 v Bangladesh, Queenstown, 2007

252 v Kenya, Chennai, 2011

250 v Sri Lanka, Christchurch, 2015

226 v England, Wellington, 2015

212 v Scotland, Aberdeen, 2008

212 v India, Hamilton, 2019*

Largest ODI wins against India by balls remaining:

212 by New Zealand at Hamilton in 2019*

209 by Sri Lanka at Dambulla in 2010

181 by Sri Lanka at Hambantota in 2012

176 by Sri Lanka at Dharamsala in 2017

174 by Australia at Sydney in 1981

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

11:04 (IST)
11:03 (IST)

And that's it. New Zealand have sped to victory here. Within 15 overs. Quite an embarrassing performance from India, after having dominated the series so comfortably. It was almost as if they were in no mood to play today. Perhaps the inspiration of both Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni was missing today. Most importantly, the middle order missed out on chances to bat long and affirm their spots for the World Cup. They have another go in Wellington. Hopefully they will make it count. 

Chetan Narula, Freelance Cricket Journalist at Hamilton

11:03 (IST)
10:59 (IST)
four

New Zealand WIN BY 8 WICKETS!

FOUR! Taylor ends it in style. Goes back and cuts it very late off Chahal. It races away to the fence and the Kiwis finally get this first win of the series. A dominant performance from them here.

10:59 (IST)
six

SIX! Taylor is in a hurry! Just hammers this one over deep mid-wicket, off Chahal! 

Highlights

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India vs New Zealand (IND vs NZ), Latest Updates, 4th ODINew Zealand WIN BY 8 WICKETS! Taylor ends it in style. Goes back and cuts it very late off Chahal. It races away to the fence and the Kiwis finally get this first win of the series. A dominant performance from them here.

Preview, 4th ODI: A confident India will aim to maintain their winning streak when they take on hosts New Zealand in the fourth contest of the five-match rubber at the Seddon Park here on Thursday.

The Indian team has already taken an unassailable 3-0 lead and will now be led by stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma as Virat Kohli has been rested for the last two matches.

File images of New Zealand captain Kane Williamson and India's stand-in captain Rohit Sharma. Agencies

File images of New Zealand captain Kane Williamson and India's stand-in captain Rohit Sharma. Agencies

The men in blue have been in great form recently. The Indian opening pair of Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit will once again lead the Indian batting attack and the duo have been the leading run scorers of the rubber with 169 and 160 runs respectively.

Both the openers have been in fine form with two fifties in three games and will try to replicate their past performance. In the absence of Kohli, the middle order responsibility will be on Dinesh Karthik, Ambati Rayudu and Kedar Jadhav.

All the batsmen have done well in the series. However, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's participation is under the scanner as the stumper suffered a 'rare' injury, pulling his hamstring.

In the bowling department, the spinning duo of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav have been the major threat for the Kiwi batsmen. The two have been successful in picking up wickets at regular intervals and have also been economical.

In the pace attack, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami have been equally impressive.

On the other hand, Ross Taylor has been New Zealand's key run scorer in the series with 139 runs and has scored a century in India's previous meeting at this ground. Also, Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson has shown some resistance against the Indian bowling attack.

A lot will also depend on openers Colin Munro and Martin Guptill, who have failed to click so far.

In their bowling, Ish Sodhi has been replaced by Todd Astle for the last two games and the all-rounder is likely to make his way into the playing XI.

Pacer Trent Boult, who had four wickets in the last two games, has been the most effective for the Kiwis. He, along with Lockie Ferguson and Tim Southee, will shoulder the responsibility in the pace attack.

With the visitors already sealing the series, the men in blue will aim to continue their dominance while the hosts will try to salvage some pride.

Teams:

New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Kane Williamson (Captain), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (Wicket-keeper), Henry Nicholls, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Todd Astle, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Tim Southee, Matt Henry

India: Rohit Sharma (c), Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill, Ambati Rayudu, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Vijay Shankar, Ravindra Jadeja, K Khaleel Ahmed

With inputs from IANS

Updated Date: January 31, 2019 11:19:30 IST

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