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Highlights, India vs New Zealand, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Semi final Match at Manchester, full cricket score: Kiwis qualify for final

Date: Wednesday, 10 July, 2019 20:05 IST

Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester

Match Ended

New Zealand beat India by 18 runs

239/8 OV : (50.0) RR.(4.78)
221/10 OV : (49.3) RR.(4.48)
Match Ended:

New Zealand beat India by 18 runs

Man Of the Match:

This over 49.3

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batsman

Jasprit Bumrah

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bowler

Trent Boult

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Matt Henry

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Current Partnership Last Wicket

4 ( 0.3 ) R/R: 8

Jasprit Bumrah 0(0)

Yuzvendra Chahal 4(3)

221/10 (49.3 over)

Yuzvendra Chahal 5 (5) SR: S.R (100.00)

c Tom Latham b Jimmy Neesham

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 1st Semi Final Match Result New Zealand beat India by 18 runs

Highlights, India vs New Zealand, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Semi final Match at Manchester, full cricket score: Kiwis qualify for final

Highlights

20:02 (IST)

What an engrossing contest of cricket we have had. These 240s-250s ODIs are just so thrilling. A match worthy of being a World Cup semi-final. Black Caps triumph over one of the heavy favourites, India, and now find themselves with another chance to lift the World title, something they missed out in the 2015 edition. Thank you for all your company today. We will be back tomorrow to find out, who will be taking on New Zealand at Lord's on Sunday as England square up against Australia. Until then stay tuned on Firstpost for all the latest news, analysis, opinions and more.

19:58 (IST)

He knows what it takes

19:51 (IST)

King Kane!

19:48 (IST)

Kane Williamson, New Zealand captain: Different feeling the way we had to try and skin it through the round-robin. Quite different feeling from the last World Cup. Great semi-final over two days for the crowds and very pleased to be on the right side of it. Assessing the conditions a bit and both teams thought it would have been a high scoring game but then the ball spun quite a bit. Lot of it was on the conditions.We spoke about trying to get 240-250. We thought if we did that we’d be right in the game. We just wanted to put the ball in the good areas and put pressure on India. We just wanted some early wickets and it was great start for the bowlers. We needed to stay in the game for long periods. The way Jadeja and Dhoni were hitting the ball, they were likely to win, but our fielders were then outstanding. A lot of it is to look at what it is. Some of those games are tough and conditions vary throughout the match. We were underdogs coming into the semis... and all these sides have beaten each other. Anything can happen on any day. It was nice to see the guys fight for two days.

19:43 (IST)

India in ODI World Cups:

1975 - Group Stage
1979 - Group Stage
1983 - Champions
1987 - Semi-final
1992 - Group Stage
1996 - Semi-final
1999 - Super Six
2003 - Runners up
2007 - Group Stage
2011 - Champions
2015 - Semi-final
2019 - Semi-final

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
19:43 (IST)
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This was it was the moment, wasn't it?!

19:41 (IST)

Virat Kohli, India Captain: First half we were very good. We were spot on with the ball. I think this total was quite chaseable. The way they bowled for first half an hour made the difference. We felt like we had the momentum, credit to Kiwis as they played better. They made life difficult for the batsmen. Great signs for his skill set. Outstanding to see him like that. MS had a good stand with him. Game of margins and he got run-out at the end. NZ deserve it as they were far more sharper when it came to crunch moments. Our shot selection could have been better. Very proud of the way we competed in the tournament. NZ showed more composure than us. 

19:33 (IST)

Matt Henry is the Player of the Match

We talk about to play the best that we can.We wanted to start off well with the ball and create as much pressure as we could. We had to ask a lot of questions. We knew we had to create pressure as the wicket wasn't easy and knew that wickets will come. They’re very dangerous down the order so we knew that to win this game we’d have to get We’ve always got belief. All of them is world class batsmen with Hardik, Pant and Dhoni who are all world class finishers. It is pretty special moment (going into the finals) and we look forward to that.

19:31 (IST)

India have created a grandstand finish from a match that they were well out of contention in. From 24/4 there should have been no way back for India. But instead they stayed in the match, kept fighting and never gave up. 

India have lost, but they need to keep their heads held high. This was a remarkable performance from Ravindra Jadeja in particular, but the whole middle order in general.

New Zealand have made it to a second consecutive World Cup final.

Michael Wagener, Freelance Cricket Writer
19:31 (IST)
19:29 (IST)

New Zealand have sneaked into the World Cup final. You can say that or read it again, and believe it. The game turned when Jadeja got out, and then it was all on Dhoni. He tried but it was too much to do. Run-out by the closest margin for a second time in a World Cup semi-final. Is it the last of him we have seen? Maybe. 

India have been knocked out of the World Cup in the semis for a second time running. That's the bigger headline, and arguably the biggest shock of this tournament yet. 

Chetan Narula, Freelance Cricket Journalist at Old Trafford
19:29 (IST)
19:27 (IST)

This will be New Zealand's second consecutive World Cup final match.

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
19:27 (IST)
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MS Dhoni is the only batsman to get dismissed runout twice in ODI World Cup semifinals.  

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
19:27 (IST)
19:24 (IST)

New Zealand win by 18 runs to knock India out of the World Cup 2019

ALL OUT!
Chahal becomes the final man to be dismissed and New Zealand are through to the second ICC World Cup final in a row! Slower ball outside off and Chahal finds an edge to Latham. It was the leg-cutter from Neesham, slightly back in length and Chahal swings across, gets an edge to the keeper.
 

Chahal c Latham b Neesham 5(5)

19:24 (IST)

FOUR! Neesham to bowl the final over, it is down the leg side and Chahal has got some bat on that. A tickle to fine leg for a boundary. Can India still do it?

19:23 (IST)

After 49 overs,India 217/9 ( Yuzvendra Chahal 1 , )

Martin Guptill with a throw that has potentially knocked India out of the World Cup. Ferguson with a superb penultimate over, but what about the throw. Exception stuff. New Zealand have kept their calm to keep it within their reach

19:22 (IST)

OUT! GONE! Ferguson has undone Bhuvneshwar Kumar with a slower delivery. India lose their 9th wicket. New Zealand need one more. What a brave ball from Ferguson.

Bhuvneshwar b Ferguson 0(1)

19:19 (IST)

New Zealand and India’s fielding has been at the next level in this tournamnet. The two most important fielders have been Jadeja and Guptill. Jadeja pulled off the run out of Ross Taylor, Guptill responds by removing Dhoni. Anything you can do...

Michael Wagener, Freelance Cricket Writer
19:19 (IST)
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OUT! GEEZ!! What a throw from Martin Guptill! Has he dashed India's hopes with a piece of brilliance in the field. Dhoni somehow fends a short ball on his chest onto the leg side and hares back for a second run. He had to run for it! Guptill with one stump to aim at, hits the bull's eye. The heart is pumping. Unreal throw from Guptill here! Dhoni is crestfallen once he sees the replay. Makes the slow long walk back, he did get his fifty in the process. He walks off to a standing ovation...have we seen the final of MSD!?

Dhoni run out (Guptill) 50(72)

19:18 (IST)

SIX! Short ball outside off and MS Dhoni has played a sensational shot! He has slammed this flat batted over extra cover fence for a big one. It is upper-cut in front of point. Exceptional shot. Dhoni hits, India believes

19:16 (IST)

After 48 overs,India 209/7 ( MS Dhoni (W) 43 , Bhuvneshwar Kumar 0)

Boult called on to bowl the 48th over. He claims the massive wicket of Jadeja with a well-disguised slower ball, denting India's hopes. Dhoni still out in the middle. Earlier in the over, Dhoni unfurls the pull and which looked to be heading towards the mid wicket fence is brilliant stopped by Santner, who puts in the dive to save a couple of his team. An excellent yorker from Boult is kept out by Jadeja and alert work from long on ensures they do not take the second run

 

19:16 (IST)

Highest individual scores batting at No.8 or lower in an ODI WC match:

92 - Coulter Nile v WI, Nottingham, 2019
77 - Ravi Jadeja v NZ, Manchester, 2019*
72* - Heath Streak v NZ, Bloemfontein, 2003

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
19:16 (IST)
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Most sixes in an ODI WC semi-final match:

5 - Sourav Ganguly v Kenya, Durban, 2003
4 - Ravindra Jadeja v NZ, Manchester, 2019*
4 - Brendon McCullum v South Africa, Auckland, 2015

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
19:13 (IST)
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OUT! Jadeja perishes! How big a wicket is that for New Zealnd! Slower ball, full outside off and Jadeja aiming to tonk it down the ground, miscues his hit. That's gone straight up and Kane Williamson as safe as houses gets around to pouch it safely. Valiant innings from Jaddu, has he done enough for his team?

Jadeja c Williamson b Boult 77(59)

19:09 (IST)

After 47 overs,India 203/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 38 , Ravindra Jadeja 76)

A mini conference involving captain Williamson, Boult, Henry, and substitute for this game but a senior bowler in Tim Southee it is decided that Matt Henry will bowl the 47th over. He starts off really well with slew of change of pace deliveries and he finishes well as well. Just five singles from it. Jadeja tried to tap the ball past the short third man and backward point a couple of times but wasn't able get it through. Henry's over was a very good template of how to bowl on this pitch. Hold it just a back of length and mix your pace.

India need 38 in 18 balls.

19:04 (IST)

After 46 overs,India 198/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 35 , Ravindra Jadeja 74)

Seems like Kane is following the same ploy as he did against the Windies, bowling his strike bowlers before taking the game deep. Trusts the other bowlers to do the job. Jadeja and Dhoni has now hoisted a 100-run stand with Kiwis losing the grip. Jadeja earns a boundary via an outside edge and another over ends in India's favour, they have taken 10 runs from it. Now require 42 to win off 24 balls.

19:03 (IST)

This is a real test of the “agreed singles” policy. New Zealand are allowing India a lot of singles, happy for the ball to not go to the boundary.

The idea behind that is that every single makes India’s equation sightly more difficult. But the danger of it is one boundary, and the over now goes for 9 runs.

Michael Wagener, Freelance Cricket Writer
19:03 (IST)
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FOUR! Very lucky boundary for Jadeja. He has earned this good fortune, one might argue. Slower ball from Boult and Jadeja closed the face of the bat slightly early, getting a leading edge through vacant slips with the ball running down to third man fence

19:02 (IST)

Dhoni-Jadeja stand is the highest stand for India for any wicket in an ODI WC semi-final match, going past Ganguly-Tendulkar's stand of 103 runs against Kenya at Durban in 2003.

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
19:02 (IST)
18:59 (IST)

After 45 overs,India 188/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 33 , Ravindra Jadeja 66)

Ferguson will bowl his penultimate over. Williamson has to calculate carefully here. He had bowled out Ferguson and Boult before the 47th over in the league game against the West Indies and relied on Henry and Neesham to do the work towards in the end of the innings. Brathwaite did miscue a shot right at the fag end of the match that day, cannot hope to escape doing that everyday. Jadeja with a pressure-releasing six which aids India grner 10 runs off the over. Dhoni strangely once again leaving a short of a length ball outside off stump.

EQUATION: 52 needed off 30 balls

18:57 (IST)

Blinder... Jadeja playing a blinder here and is egged on by Dhoni. This is marvellous batting, striking, running between the wickets, et al. Dhoni is taking this deep, very deep, and Jadeja is doing his bidding, adding his own ability to this knock. What an innings this has turned out to be after that disastrous start. 

Chetan Narula, Freelance Cricket Journalist at Old Trafford
18:57 (IST)
18:56 (IST)

Century stands for India an ODI WC semi-final match:

Sourav Ganguly/Sachin Tendulkar v Kenya, Durban, 2003
MS Dhoni/Ravindra Jadeja v New Zealand, Manchester, 2019*

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
18:56 (IST)
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SIX! Slower ball on middle from Ferguson and that has been picked up by Jadeja, he clears the front leg and lofts it through the line. Excellent execution. What.A.Hit under pressure!

18:53 (IST)

After 44 overs,India 178/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 30 , Ravindra Jadeja 59)

Neesham almost gets rid of Jadeja not once but twice, first with a slower short ball and then second with another slower full ball, both falling short of the fielders, earlier it was a top edge towards short fine leg and then a drag to long on. Neesham isn't happy but there was little the fielders could do about. Tension keeps piling, now it is to see which team blinks first. Dhoni has been there and has arguably  the calmest nerves in the business, but the raw power has been eluding him. He might have find it for at least a couple of balls as pulling this off all alone could be very difficult. Neesham's over costs seven runs.

India need 62 off 36 balls

18:52 (IST)

Jadeja has now mistimed 4 different deliveries off Jimmy Neesham, all of them falling just short of a fielder.

When Jadeja came to the crease, Williamson brought Neesham on immediately. There’s a clear theory that Neesham matches up well against Jadeja, but the luck has been on Jadeja’s side so far.

Michael Wagener, Freelance Cricket Writer
18:52 (IST)
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After 43 overs,India 171/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 29 , Ravindra Jadeja 54)

Ferguson has delivered an over that New Zealand required after the first two overs of the final over powerplay leaked 18 runs. Dhoni did shoulder arms to a delivery in the over, that was full and wide of off stump, but well inside the tramline, which was left alone. Three runs off it. India need 69 runs off 42 balls.

18:46 (IST)

After 42 overs,India 168/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 28 , Ravindra Jadeja 52)

Here's Jimmy Neesham, the first of the three overs that India have waited to target. India just going along exactly according to the demand. Jadeja with the boundary that was needed in the over and then to bring his half-century. He celebrates. India believe and this has been a splendid attacking innings from him now for a heroic finish.

18:46 (IST)

Jadeja with his sword and some antics towards the commentary box. That knock will mean the world to him and the Indian dressing room. He has breathed life into this Indian innings and there is no surprise it has come in Dhoni's company. The thing is he needs to continue, they need to continue, and not throw it away like Pant did. New Zealand still have the upper hand here, but this could change quickly. 

Chetan Narula, Freelance Cricket Journalist at Old Trafford
18:46 (IST)
18:43 (IST)

FIFTY! Ravindra Jadeja is single handedly turning this game around. He clips it off his legs for a brace to complete his half-century in 39 balls. Out comes the sword wielding celebrations accompanied by some gesturing towards somebody in crowd, dressing room or probably commentary box. We don't know.

18:41 (IST)

Ravindra Jadeja becomes the first player to score a fifty batting at No.7 or lower in an ODI World Cup semi-final match.  

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
18:41 (IST)
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FOUR! Short of a length and Jadeja has pulled this away, along the ground and it has gone through the fielder at mid wicket. Perhaps bouncing off the hard surfaces off the square.

18:39 (IST)

After 41 overs,India 159/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 27 , Ravindra Jadeja 45)

Nine runs needed per over. Nine achieved for India. Jadeja with another big hit in Santner's final over. Despite couple of sixes in his last two overs from Jadeja, the spinner ends with superb bowling figures of 10-2-34-2. However, India clawing back big time into the game.

18:38 (IST)

New Zealand need another wicket soon. India have taken 8 or more from 5 of the last 9 overs. 

New Zealand were on 162 after 41 overs, and didn't have a great finish due to the rain interruption. India are in 159 after 41 overs. 

Michael Wagener, Freelance Cricket Writer
18:38 (IST)
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SIX! Once again, Jaddu is skips down the track and converts it into a half volley and sends the ball flying over mid wicket. Excellent use of the feet.

18:35 (IST)

Jadeja-Dhoni stand is now the highest stand for 7th or lower wicket in a WC semifinal match, going past 59 runs' stand between Franklin-Patel for 10th wicket v SL at Kingston in 2007.  

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
18:35 (IST)
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After 40 overs,India 150/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 24 , Ravindra Jadeja 39)

End of the second powerplay and the Jadeja and Dhoni, mainly Jadeja have brought up the fifty-run stand for India and once again raised India's hopes. Remember Kiwis need to find out three big overs from their fifth bowler and that could change the game for India. Ferguson's over starts with a boundary and some quick running and an extra helps them take nine runs from the over. If they do the same for another 10 overs, they will win the match off the last ball. India need 90 off last 60 balls.

18:30 (IST)

FOUR! Short ball into Jadeja's chest, but on the leg stump from Ferguson, who is able to get a tickle. Latham jumps across but wasn't able to stop it. The fifty partnership for the seventh wicket comes up.

18:29 (IST)

After 39 overs,India 141/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 23 , Ravindra Jadeja 32)

Santner fires a wide down the leg side to Jadeja, who misses an opportunity to sweep it away. However, he connects a powerful strike down the ground to hit the first six off Santner's bowling. India collect 10 runs off the over, something they need more often. India need 99 off 66 balls. The game is far from over, India still very much in it.

18:27 (IST)

SIX! Jadeja dances down to the pitch of the ball and blasts it over long on for a maximum. Indian hopes still intact.

18:25 (IST)

After 38 overs,India 131/6 ( MS Dhoni (W) 22 , Ravindra Jadeja 24)

Henry might have made the mistake of bowling a length ball in Jadeja's range early in the over, but with smart change ups that are mixed well he keeps it down to just five runs from the over. Jadeja failed to get bat on ball on couple of times, however he has outscored MS Dhoni despite have faced exactly 20 runs less than the former India captain. India need 109 runs off 72 balls

18:22 (IST)

FOUR! Jadeja has taken upon himself to find the boundary ropes. Tad short of a length from Henry and Jadeja pulls this across to mid wicket fence. Good start to the over for India.

India Vs New Zealand LIVE SCORE, Manchester Weather Updates, World Cup 2019: New Zealand win by 18 runs to knock India out of the World Cup 2019

ALL OUT! Chahal becomes the final man to be dismissed and New Zealand are through to the second ICC World Cup final in a row! Slower ball outside off and Chahal finds an edge to Latham. It was the leg-cutter from Neesham, slightly back in length and Chahal swings across, gets an edge to the keeper.

Rains played spoilsport on Tuesday as play had to be suspended after 46.1 overs in the first innings. New Zealand had reached 211 for five wickets against India when rain stopped play in the first semi-final of the Cricket World Cup at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

Ross Taylor was batting on 67 with Tom Latham on three at the other end when the players were forced off the field and the covers were rolled out.

Opting to bat, New Zealand struggled to get going against India’s disciplined attack before skipper Kane Williamson (67) stitched together two half-century partnerships, with Henry Nicholls (28) and then Taylor, to steady the innings.

All the five bowlers picked up one wicket each. New Zealand were overcautious and played out 153 dot balls. They just couldn't get out of the shell to start off, scoring just 27/1 in the Powerplay. The Indian pacers, Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, bowled with accuracy and discipline and then the spinners, Yuzvendra Chahal and Ravindra Jadeja carried the momentum forward.

The play will continue on Wednesday which is a reserve day. And it won't be a restart. The Black Caps will continue from 211/5 and play their 50 overs. The play will start at 3 pm IST.

According to Accuweather, the forecast for Wednesday isn't promising either. There will be cloudy skies with rain expected at noon (4.30 pm IST) and it will stay cloudy. The showers are also expected at around 5 pm (9.30 pm IST).

In case the match doesn't get completed, India will progress to the final based on higher ranking in the group stage.

Here's all you need to know about when and where to watch the match:

When will India vs New Zealand match take place?

The India vs New Zealand semi-final match will take place on 10 July, 2019.

Where will the match be played?

The India vs New Zealand semi-final fixture will be played at the Old Trafford, Manchester.

What time does the match begin?

The India vs New Zealand match will resume at 3 pm IST

Which TV channels will broadcast the India vs New Zealand match?

The match will be telecast on the Star Sports Network in both Standard as well as HD format, with live streaming on Hotstar. You can also catch live scores and updates on Firstpost.com.

Full Team Squads:

India Team Players: Rohit SharmaVirat Kohli(c), MS Dhoni(w), Mayank AgarwalKedar JadhavHardik PandyaRishabh PantRavindra JadejaMohammed Shami, Jasprit BumrahBhuvneshwar KumarLokesh RahulDinesh KarthikKuldeep YadavYuzvendra Chahal

New Zealand Team Players: Colin MunroMartin GuptillKane Williamson(c), Tom Blundell(w), Ross TaylorHenry NichollsJames NeeshamMitchell SantnerLockie FergusonTrent BoultTim SoutheeMatt HenryColin de GrandhommeTom LathamIsh Sodhi.

(With inputs from Agencies)

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Updated Date: Jul 10, 2019