India’s second match against New Zealand was halted due to rain and blows, Surya Kumar Yadav took advantage of the gap to learn a trick or two from the grounders who were only doing extra time to ensure the match was out. Hamilton saw heavy rain and this brought the second ODI on the verge of collapse after that India He was batted first and scored 22/0 in 4.5 overs.
Rain that continued throughout ensured that the match remained suspended with the stadium staff awaiting further instructions. Meanwhile, as the rain stopped, the staff had their chance and that was when SKY also boarded a dinner. Video of the incident went viral as SKY can be seen asking a question to the crew on the ground. Watch.
India were 22nd unbeaten in 4.5 overs against New Zealand when rain stopped play in the second One Day International at Seddon Park here on Sunday. Shubhman Gill was batting on 19 and the skipper gave him Shikhar Dhawan (2) as the sky opened.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss and elected against India in the second One Day International match at Seddon Park here on Sunday. India dropped Sanju Samson and Shardul Thakur to include Deepak Hooda and Deepak Chahar in the starting line-up.
New Zealand replaced Adam Milne with Michael Bracewell. The hosts lead the group 1-0 after winning the Auckland match by seven wickets.
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It would not be an exaggeration to say that Suryakumar Yadav is currently the best player in white-ball cricket. From getting top in the T20I batsmen list to becoming the run-scorer of the year in form, this has been a dream come true for Suriya. It comes as no surprise that the Mumbai-born star’s show has left his fans, colleagues, and experts in awe. Australia founder Glenn Maxwell is now the latest to pay tribute to Suryakumar. Maxwell, while talking about Surya’s chances of playing in the Big Bash League, gleefully stated that the organizers would not be able to take the Indian beating.