IND v NZ: Sanju Samson upbeat reaction on reaching Hamilton, Arshdeep Singh does Bhangra



The Indian team has arrived in Hamilton for the second ODI to be played on Sunday. Shikhar Dhawan and his men started the three-match ODI series with a 7-wicket loss to host New Zealand, but the mood in the camp looked positive as Arshdeep Singh was seen doing a Bhangra on reaching the field.

The video clip shared by the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry shows the likes of Shreyas Iyer and Imran Malik disembarking from the team vehicle. Meanwhile, the young man is seen doing bhangra. Furthermore, Sanju Samson also seemed to be in good spirits as he was seen giving a “v for victory” nod. He said, “Welcome to Hamilton.”

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Samson was a bone of contention in the playing eleven as he could not fit in with Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer in the middle order. Although this scenario is only possible when India is bowling which they did in Auckland and duly paid the price. However, Samson got his chance and took it, scoring 36 off 38 balls.

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Earlier, Tom Latham let his lucky stars thank him after smashing a majestic century to lead New Zealand to a seven-wicket victory over India in Friday’s international opener in Auckland.

Latham hit 19 fours and five sixes in an unbeaten innings of 145 runs off 104 balls. It was his seventh ODI century and his highest score for the format.

“It was one of those days where it all comes together. I don’t really know where that came from – the stars lined up and things fell into place,” Latham said of his man-of-the-match innings.

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The Black Caps were set on 307 to win at Eden Park before Latham and New Zealand captain Kane Williamson put together a winning partnership of 221 runs.

“We were running short distances and that’s where Latham attacked us,” said India’s captain, Shekhar Dhawan.

“We couldn’t make a breakthrough when the partnership was in place. Latham took the game away from us and that’s when the momentum changed.”

Williamson finished with 94 not out as New Zealand took one up in the ODI series, after losing the Twenty20 series to India.

“It was an incredible hit from Tommy (Latham) – he was absolutely on fire,” said Williamson.

“We were talking in the middle about just going overboard, but then he just hit the switch.

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