IND vs NZ: Disappointment or praise? Kiwi captain became a fan of Indian pacers, named two bowlers

New Delhi. India started with a win in the first international match at the stadium in Raipur. ODI, Test or even T20 India’s bowlers have been dominating the opponents for the last few days. Something similar was seen in the second ODI against New Zealand (India vs New Zealand). In this match, India’s bowling attack demolished the guests. Means amazing line and length. The fall of wickets had started from the first over itself. The Kiwi team was reduced to 108 runs only.

Team India’s veteran bowler Mohammad Shami was the hero of the victory. He showed the way to the pavilion to three batsmen one after the other. It started with opener Finn Allen. Young spinners Washington Sundar and Hardik Pandya took 2-2 wickets in their name. There was no one among the 6 Indian bowlers who went back empty handed. After this performance of the bowlers, praise is being heard all around. At the same time, Kiwi team captain Tom Latham was also forced to appreciate the Indian bowlers. He has talked about two bowlers of Team India.

Siraj and Shami quality bowlers – Tom Latham

Tom Latham said after losing the series, ‘Whenever Siraj and Shami are in the team. He is clearly a quality bowler. Both players bowl with line and length. They both dominated consistently and didn’t give us anything to score on. Luckily for them it was their day and unfortunately ours. We weren’t able to absorb the pressure. The bowlers put pressure back on us.

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one sided contest

The match had become one-sided due to the aggressive bowling of Team India. The target of 109 runs was achieved by the Indian team with 179 balls to spare. The last match of the series between the two teams will be played on 24 January. By winning the second ODI, Team India has maintained an unbeatable 2-0 lead.

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