As New Zealand crumbled to 108 all out in the second ODI in Raipur, Mohammed Shami led India's pace attack excellently on a wicket that gave a hint of seam movement upfront. With help from the rest of the attack, Shami was able to score three goals.
When chosen to bat first, New Zealand made a terrible showing, losing their first five wickets for just 15 runs in less than 11 overs. The pacer was rewarded for producing a tad of swing and deft movement off the field when Finn Allen, who tends to stay back, slogged one across the line and was cleaned up by Shami. Then, Mohammed Siraj used his signature three-quarter seam to nick it away from Henry, who is left-handed.
Daryl Mitchell was out after Shami dismissed him; the No. 4 hitter gave the bowler a leading edge. As Hardik Pandya successfully pouched a magnificent one-handed return catch to send Conway back to the hut, the wicket-taking march continued. Tom Latham, the captain of New Zealand, didn't last long either after he tamely edged Shardul Thakur to Shubman Gill at first slip.
When the tourists reached that point, Michael Bracewell and Glenn Phillips attempted to save the innings. In addition to driving and flicking, Bracewell chipped down the deck to blast Shami for a few boundaries. Bracewell, though, was unable to duplicate his maiden ODI heroics as he top-edged a pull to the wicket-keeper, with Shami picking up his third scalp.
Then, Phillips and Mitchell Santner collaborated on another exciting stand of 47. However, Hardik dismissed Santner with a slower ball before Phillips hit a deep midwicket shot off Washington Sundar in the very next over. A fantastic team performance with the ball was completed by Sundar and Kuldeep Yadav, who got the final two wickets to fall. Kuldeep missing a straightforward return opportunity provided by Santner may have been the only little flaw, but it didn't cost India much.
The pace bowlers have benefited from the track, but New Zealand is still well short of a competitive total.
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Records fall as Michael Bracewell and Shubman Gill shine in Hyderabad