Team India finally bundles up New Zealand and India register victory by 12 runs.
Siraj bowls his last over of the match and scalps Shipley's wicket as New Zealand 8 down.
Siraj dismisses Santner and breaks lethal partnership of the Kiwis.
One wicket, it is just a matter of one wicket. Santner has joined Bracewell's party and they have set the stage on fire
Bracewell hits his 2nd ODI century including 11 boundaries and four sixes sending India in trouble
Bracewell has smashed 89 of just 48 deliveries. Moreover India were 251/5 after 40 overs, will the kiwis snatch the game from here?
Siraj traps Tom Latham in his fail as he takes his 2nd wicket of the match. NZ 131/6
Kuldeep has landed a double blow on New Zealand. Henry Nicholls and Daryl Mitchell fall prey to the chinaman
Undoubtedly, New Zealand are facing a tough task. On a surface that has considerably slowed down, New Zealand are two wickets down. Shardul Thakur claimed his first wicket of the match
Mohammed Siraj bowls wicket maiden as he dismisses Devon Conway
The Kiwis have to chase down a daunting 350 in 50 overs and this is some feat that has never been achieved at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
Shubman Gill, it has been the Shubman Gill show all the way. The youngster scored a stellar 200 and powered India to 349. On a slowish surface in Hyderabad, New Zealand might struggle to score these runs
In their quest to reach the 300 run mark, the Indian team is looking pretty fidgety. Gill is playing at his own pace but the wickets are crumbling at the other end. Washington Sundar has now departed which brings Shardul Thakur to the crease
Shubman Gill has played an inings that has class written all over it. The Indian batter has brought up his 150 and might just gon on and score a 200 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium
Hardik Pandya will have to blame his luck. The bails were dislodged by the wicketkeeper, but Hardik Pandya has been adjuged bowled and he has to walk back to the pavillion
India are well on their course for a big total in Hyderabad. Gill has been anchoring the innings whereas Hardik is trying to take on the Kiwi bowlers
Shubman Gill has continued to bat in a splendid manner even after going past his hundred. He looks all set to score a 200 and he certainly will be eyeing that landmark
This is second consecutive century for Shubman Gill. He has been consistent and he has to make sure that he carries his bat through the innings
India are 4 down and these are troubled times for them. Shubman is playing well at the other hand, but he is slowly running out of partners
Shubman Gill is batting at his real best. He has been rock solid, both against seam and spin and he is well on his way to score yet another ODI hundred
It seems as if there is a flurry of wickets at the other end. Gill is steady, but India are three down after the dismissal of Rohit Shrama, Ishan Kishan and Virat Kohli
Shubman Gill is currently enjoying himself at the international stage as he plays amongst the big boys. Gill with a sky-high six crosses the fifty run mark in style. India cross the 100 run mark too
Oh boy, oh boy, what just happened, Virat Kohli has been dismissed and the crowd at the Rajeev Gandhi International Stadium is stunned. Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan will have to rebuild the innings.
Virat Kohli is batting on a different level. He seems much more confident and he certainly has a lot of support from youngster Shubman Gill at the other hand. India need a solid partnership
It continues, Rohit's bad patch just doesn't seem to end. The Indian skipper looked pretty solid from the start and was comfortable against the spinners, but as of now, he looks completely rattled as Santner dismisses him. In walks the man in form, Virat Kohli
Shubman and Rohit have been pretty defiant. The seamers haven't been able to deliver for New Zealand and the Indian batters have dealt with them pretty comfortably. Latham has now brought on Mitchell Santner into the attack
Firm & steady, that is how we can describe India's batting. Both Gill and Rohit have looked at ease and haven't been in any sorts of trouble against the New Zealand seamers. The men in blue look all set for a big total. New Zealand in search of wickets
Rohit Sharmna and Shubman Gill have been going strong since they started opening. Looks like this is going to be a hard grind for New Zealand as the Indian openers have been watchful and steady
Both Rohit and Gill are off to a good start, have played some lusty shots, but have also been mindful of leaving good deliveries.
Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill walk out for India. This leave Ishan Kishan who might play at number 4 for India today. The men in blue will eye a huge total here
New Zealand: Finn Allen, Devon Conway, Henry Nicholls, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham(w/c), Glenn Phillips, Michael Bracewell, Mitchell Santner, Henry Shipley, Lockie Ferguson, Blair Tickner
India: Rohit Sharma(c), Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Ishan Kishan(w), Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, Mohammed Shami
Rohit Sharma has won the toss and India will bat first. Ishan, Surya and Shardul are in the final playing XI and it will give more depth to the Indian batting order
The New Zealand team led by Tom Latham will be playing without their stalwarts such as Kane Williamson, Tim Southee and Trent Boult. They will clash against India who have all their big boys playing. A mouth watering contest is at our disposal and the action promises to be pretty intense
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