India’s second match against New Zealand has been interrupted due to rain and batter Surya Kumar Yadav made full use of the gap to learn a trick or two from ground staff who were doing overtime just to ensure that the match gets away. Hamilton saw a lot of rain and this made sure that second ODI match is on the brink of a washout after India batted first and posted 22/0 in 4.5 overs.
The rain, which has been persistent throughout, made sure that the match remains suspended with the grounds staff awaiting further instruction. Meanwhile, as the rain stopped, the staff had their opportunity and that was when SKY also boarded a super sopper. The video of the incident has gone viral where SKY can be seen asking a question to the ground staff. WATCH.
India were 22 for no loss in 4.5 overs against New Zealand when rain stopped play in the second One-Day International at Seddon Park here on Sunday. Shubhman Gill was batting on 19 and giving him company was skipper Shikhar Dhawan (2) when skies opened up.
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson won the toss and elected to bowl against India in the second One-day International at Seddon Park here on Sunday. India have left out Sanju Samson and Shardul Thakur to include Deepak Hooda and Deepak Chahar in the playing XI.
New Zealand have replaced Adam Milne with Michael Bracewell. The hosts are leading the series 1-0 after winning the Auckland game by seven wickets.
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