New Zealand's number five batter Henry Nicholls was dismissed in one strange fashion, a kind of dismissal that rarely comes by in any form of cricket.
He has been selected in the New Zealand A squad to face the West Indies in three-day (November 20-22) and four-day matches in Queenstown (November 26-29).
The black coloured short-sleeved jersey, which Nicholls wore during the summit clash at the Lord's where England defeated New Zealand in the nerve-wracking final on the boundary countback rule after the super over also ended in a tie, is signed by all members of the squad.
Nicholls joined forces with UNICEF NZ to raise money in the country's fight against the pandemic.
New Zealand batsman Henry Nicholls scored 78 in the first ODI against India in Hamilton.
Virat Kohli affected the run out to get rid of Henry Nicholls, who was batting on 78 in New Zealand's chase of 348 at Seddon Park.
The medical staff are keen to keep them away from other players as they have flu like symptoms as per team officials.
Colin Munro who was dropped from the squad is set to rejoin the team and could be opening for the Black Caps.
Taylor made 137 and Nicholls 124 not out as New Zealand reached 364-4 batting first, highlighting the growing depth of their batting as they work towards the World Cup in England.
Latham made 176 following his 264 in the first Test at Wellington; Nicholls made an unbeaten 162, his highest Test score and De Grandhomme dashed the fastest 50 by a New Zealander in Tests.
Latham's score was the highest by any batsman who has carried his bat in Test history.
Williamson, who resumed on the fourth day on 14, batted the entire day and grafted an unbeaten 139 off 282 balls with 13 fours.