Zimbabwe Vs India, 2nd T20I

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: June 21, 2016, 5:30 PM IST
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  • Barinder Sran receives the T20I debut cap from Skipper MS Dhoni. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

    Barinder Sran receives the T20I debut cap from Skipper MS Dhoni. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

  • Dhawal Kulkarni gets the T20I cap from Dhoni. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

    Dhawal Kulkarni gets the T20I cap from Dhoni. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

  • The duo of Barinder Sran (4/10) and Jasprit Bumrah (3/110 picked up seven wickets between them while giving away just 21 runs in eight economical overs. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

    The duo of Barinder Sran (4/10) and Jasprit Bumrah (3/110 picked up seven wickets between them while giving away just 21 runs in eight economical overs. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

  • India skipper Dhoni fields as Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer runs between the wickets. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

    India skipper Dhoni fields as Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer runs between the wickets. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

  • India fielders celebrate after restricting Zimbabwe for 99/9. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

    India fielders celebrate after restricting Zimbabwe for 99/9. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

  • KL Rahul plays a shot during the match. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

    KL Rahul plays a shot during the match. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

  • India rode on young seamer Barinder Sran's memorable debut performance to notch up a crushing 10-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the second Twenty20 International and level the three-match series 1-1 on Sunday.

    India rode on young seamer Barinder Sran's memorable debut performance to notch up a crushing 10-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the second Twenty20 International and level the three-match series 1-1 on Sunday.

  • Mandeep Singh (52) and KL Rahul (47) (R) led the way with unbeaten knocks as the visitors chased down the target with 41 balls to spare. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

    Mandeep Singh (52) and KL Rahul (47) (R) led the way with unbeaten knocks as the visitors chased down the target with 41 balls to spare. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)

First Published: June 20, 2016, 8:50 PM IST
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