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NZ Vs BAN, 2nd T20I: New Zealand Beat Bangladesh By 28 Runs

Mar 30, 2021 Agencies

New Zealand were 173-5 in the 18th over when its innings was cut short by rain. Bangladesh were set a revised target of 170 from 16 overs and finished 142-7

NZ Vs BAN, 2nd T20I: New Zealand Beat Bangladesh By 28 Runs In Rain-truncated Clash - Highlights

Mar 30, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Catch highlights and cricket scores of the 2nd T20 International cricket match between New Zealand and Bangladesh


New Zealand Vs Bangladesh, 2nd T20I, Live Streaming: When And Where To Watch BAN's Must-win Cricket Match Against NZ

Check match and telecast details of the second T20 International match between New Zealand and Bangladesh. New Zealand lead series 1-0

NZ Vs PAK, 3rd T20I: Mohammad Rizwan Helps Pakistan Avoid Series Sweep In New Zealand

Dec 22, 2020 Stats Perform

Pakistan lost wickets in the closing stages but still successfully overhauled New Zealand's total of 173-7 in Napier


Who Said What After India's Emphatic Win Against New Zealand At Napier

India produced a clinical performance to register their first win across all formats in almost a decade in New Zealand on Wednesday at Napier.

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23 January, 2019

Awesome Stumping! Veteran MS Dhoni Still Beats The Clock – VIDEO

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The 37-year-old not only helped Indian bowlers execute plans better but also showed his lightning quick reflex actions to dismiss Kiwi tailender Lockie Ferguson in the 36th over.


23 January, 2019

Shikhar Dhawan Becomes 2nd Fastest Indian to Reach 5000 ODI Runs

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Dhawan entered the match with 4990 runs and 15 centuries.


23 January, 2019

NZ Vs IND, 1st ODI: Twitter Reacts As Sun Stops Play In Napier

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In another such incident, one ODI between Pakistan and New Zealand got delayed due to the rising sun in 1996.


23 January, 2019

New Zealand Vs India, 1st ODI: Sun Stops Play At McLean Park

Normally, the cricket pitches are positioned in the North-South direction to avoid this scenario, but at McLean Park, the pitch is East-West facing.


23 January, 2019

New Zealand Vs India, 1st ODI: Flying Kuldeep Yadav Takes Stunning Catch To Dismiss Henry Nicholls – WATCH

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Clinical India bowled out New Zealand for a paltry 157 in the first ODI match against New Zealand at Napier.


23 January, 2019

Twitterati Can't Get Enough Of MS Dhoni's 'Advice' To Kuldeep Yadav – VIDEO

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India bowled with clinical precision to bundle out the Kiwis for a paltry 157.


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23 January, 2019

Mohammed Shami Beauty Leaves Colin Munro Clueless – WATCH

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In an early burst, the 28-year-old removed both the Kiwi openers with Martin Guptill becoming his 100th victim. But it was Colin Munro's dismissal which got the fans talking.


23 January, 2019

New Zealand Vs India, 1st ODI: Mohammed Shami Becomes Fastest Indian To Reach 100 ODI Wickets

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The previous fastest Indian to reach the mark was Irfan Pathan.


23 January, 2019

New Zealand Vs India, 1st ODI: Bowlers, Shikhar Dhawan Give India 8-Wicket Win In Eventful Opener

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New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss and opted to bat first.


22 January, 2019

NZ Vs IND, 1st ODI: Live Streaming, TV Guide, Likely XIs, Date, Time, Venue

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Overall, it will be a tight contest between the world number two and three-ranked sides.


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