Super Over Thrilling Again’ New Zealand vs India

A Thrilling game super over again In the fourth T20 international match, India won the Super Over by 4-0. This is New Zealand’s 7th loss in a Super over in 8th attempts in the international cricket, The New Zealand, who have lost the World cup 2019 final in a Super Over, have not won a tied match in international cricket since Feb 2008.

Super over-thriller and dramatic again

The Kiwis, who followed India’s 165, were able to draw in a limited time. Colin Munro and Tim Seifert’s half-centuries did not win New Zealand. The match ended in a draw with Shardul Thakur taking four wickets in his last over. Score: India 165-8 (20), New Zealand-165-7

Bumrah returned Martin Guptill for a four, but India’s plans were shattered by Colin Munro and T Seifert. India were also hit by fielding mistakes. Munro returned with 64 off 47 balls. Tom Bruce returned to zero. Tim Seifert and Ross Taylor were in the crease when the Kiwis were hoping to win. But Taylor (24), Tim Seifert (47), Daryl Mitchell (4) and Mitchell Santner (2) all out in the last over.

Sanju disappointed, Manish Pandey saves

Batting first, India won the toss and elected to bat where they scored 165 for eight in 20 overs.The opener, Rohit Sharma’s absence was replaced by Sanju Samson, who scored only eight runs. Virat Kohli was dismissed for 11 and Shreyas Iyer for one. However, KL Rahul continued his good form with 39 off 26 balls.

Shivam Dubey (12) and Washington Sundar (0) could not capitalize on the golden opportunity. In reply, India’s defending champions Manish Pandya, Valayat Shardul Thakur and Navdeep Saini put on a good score. Manish Pandey was unbeaten on 50 off 36 balls while Thakur scored 20 and Saini 11*. Ish Sodhi and Hamish Bennett took two wickets each.

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