Indian openers shine, Kuldeep Yadav grabs four wickets as Virat Kohli and Co register 90-run win over Kiwis in second ODI

Here are the best moments from the second ODI between India and New Zealand played at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui

FirstCricket Staff January 26, 2019 15:14:30 IST
India won the toss and Rohit Sharma got India off to a good start. He top-scored for India with a 96-ball 87. The quick start he gave, helped India set a platform for the middle order. AP
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India won the toss and Rohit Sharma got India off to a good start. He top-scored for India with a 96-ball 87. The quick start he gave, helped India set a platform for the middle order. AP
Shikhar Dhawan continued his good form from the other end. He scored 66 off 67 balls which included nine fours. AP
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Shikhar Dhawan continued his good form from the other end. He scored 66 off 67 balls which included nine fours. AP
MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav finished the innings for India at 324/4. The social media was abuzz with Dhoni's pace of innings again as he scored 48 off 33 balls, which many felt was not the kind of knock the situation asked for. AP
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MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav finished the innings for India at 324/4. The social media was abuzz with Dhoni's pace of innings again as he scored 48 off 33 balls, which many felt was not the kind of knock the situation asked for. AP
Martin Guptill got off to a shaky start as he got more than two reprieves at the start of the chase. But the luck did not last for long as he was gone for 15 soon off the bowling of Bhuvneshwar Kumar. AP
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Martin Guptill got off to a shaky start as he got more than two reprieves at the start of the chase. But the luck did not last for long as he was gone for 15 soon off the bowling of Bhuvneshwar Kumar. AP
The turning point in the game was the wicket of Kane Williamson. The Kiwi captain was the side's best batsman in the first ODI and a lot was dependent on his performance here for New Zealand to chase the massive total down. He could only manage 20 off 11 balls before being removed by Mohammed Shami. AP
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The turning point in the game was the wicket of Kane Williamson. The Kiwi captain was the side's best batsman in the first ODI and a lot was dependent on his performance here for New Zealand to chase the massive total down. He could only manage 20 off 11 balls before being removed by Mohammed Shami. AP
Yuzvendtra Chahal (left) and Kuldeep Yadav again shone for India with the ball, picking up six wickets together. Kiwis could not decode the solution for the spin twin's brilliance. Kuldeep picked four wickets while Chahal added two in his bag. AP
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Yuzvendtra Chahal (left) and Kuldeep Yadav again shone for India with the ball, picking up six wickets together. Kiwis could not decode the solution for the spin twin's brilliance. Kuldeep picked four wickets while Chahal added two in his bag. AP