IND vs NZ: In the third match played between India and New Zealand (IND vs NZ), the match between the two teams was tied as the match could not be completed due to rain. Electing to bat first after winning the toss, the New Zealand team could score 160 runs in 19.4 overs. But New Zealand batsman Glenn Phillips, who scored a brilliant century in T20 World, played a brilliant inning of 54 runs in 33 balls in the match. He hit 5 fours and three brilliant sixes in his innings. He went outside the ground for a six.
Huge six hit outside the ground
New Zealand team’s dangerous batsman Glenn Phillips hit three sixes in today’s match. However, he hit the biggest six off Bhuneshwar Kumar’s ball which went out of Napier’s field. Now the six of Glenn Phillips is becoming very viral on social media and is being liked a lot by the people.
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India won the series 1-0
Team India has won the three-match series 1-0 under the captaincy of Hardik Pandya. The first match of the series was dusty due to rain and India won the second match of the series by 65 runs, while the last match of the series and the third match was a tie between the two teams, due to which Team India captured the series 1-0. Jamaya
Siraj and Arshdeep took 4-4 wickets
In the third T20 match against New Zealand in Napier, the bowlers of Team India showed excellent bowling performance. After electing to bowl first, Team India bundled out the Kiwis for 160 runs in 19.4 overs. Fast bowlers Mohammad Siraj (4/17) and Arshdeep Singh (4/37) shared 8 wickets between them, while Harshal Patel grabbed 1 wicket and got a run-out. The entire New Zealand team was reduced to 160 runs.
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