70-2, 78-3, 89-4, 110-5, 131-6… The batting line-up of the opponents continued like this. Team India’s bowlers are in full swing.. They have come to the conclusion that even the dugout is their victory. If the scene is cut… Michael Braceval entered the ring like ‘Gandivadhari Arjuna’. He didn’t stop with a half century.. He changed gears.. He scored a century.. He massacred the bowlers of Team India. He took one step to the target. But unfortunately Guri missed the target in the last over. With this, Team India won. As long as he was at the crease, he made the hearts of Indian bowlers flutter.
India and New Zealand will meet in the first ODI at Hyderabad on Wednesday. India won the toss and batted first in this match. Rohit Sharma (34) once again disappointed.. Virat Kohli (8) returned to a low score. But opener Shubman Gill (208) completed the first double century of his career while running the scoreboard on one side. With this, India scored 349 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in the allotted 50 overs.
New Zealand, who entered the ring with a target of 350 runs, suffered a setback in the beginning. 4 wickets fell within 100 runs. Losing 6 wickets for 131 runs, New Zealand was in dire straits. But then he came.. Michael Bracewell.. slowly improved the innings. At the other end, he put on a partnership of over 150 runs for the sixth wicket with Santnar (57). He completed his century in this order. He stayed at the crease till the end and made the hearts of Team India’s bowlers flutter. Kondanta has made the target smaller.
Bracewell scored 140 runs off 78 balls and hit 12 fours and 10 sixes in his innings. Pavilion joined the second ball of the last over. Thus team India won. Cricket analysts say that if those 4 balls are in Bracewell’s crease, New Zealand’s victory is almost certain. Meanwhile, Mehidi Hasan in the Bangladesh series, Dasun Shanaka in the Sri Lanka series, Bracewell in the first ODI against the Kiwis.