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India vs New Zealand 2017, 3rd ODI in Kanpur, Highlights: Bumrah, Rohit & Kohli Steal Show

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: October 30, 2017, 10:15 AM IST

3rd ODI, Green Park, Kanpur 29 October, 2018

Toss won by New Zealand (decided to bowl)

India beat New Zealand by 6 runs

Man of the Match: Rohit Sharma

Highlights

21:35(IST)

INDIA HAVE WON IT! Bumrah bowls a beautiful last over as the hosts win by 6 runs to take the series 2-1. Kiwis lost the game to scoreboard pressure in the death and Kohli heaves a sigh of relief as Bumrah bowls the perfect over giving away just 8 runs and picking the wicket of Santner as well.

21:26(IST)

10 runs from the Bhuvi over as the Kiwis are now heading to the last over needing 15 runs from the last 6 balls of the game. Grandhomme has had a bad game with the bat so far and is struggling with nerves here. New Zealand's score reads 323/6 after 49 overs. Can Kiwis do it?

21:19(IST)

RUN OUT! Bumrah and Dhoni have combined beautifully to dismiss Latham for 65 off 52 balls. Grandhomme missed the ball and they tried to pick a single and Dhoni sends the ball back immediatelty to Bumrah and the pacer does the rest at the non-striker's end. Just 5 runs from the over as New Zealand's score reads 313/6 after 48 overs. Kiwis need 25 from 12 balls.

21:11(IST)

WICKET! Bhuvneshwar has done it. After a terrible game so far, Bhuvi bowls the perfect yorker to send back Nicholls. 5 runs from the over as well as New Zealand's score reads 308/5. The Kiwis need 30 off the last 3 overs with 5 wickets in the bag and Latham still at the crease.

21:04(IST)

15 runs from the Bumrah over with Nicholls ending the over in style as he first hits a boundary and then hits a six. New Zealand's score reads 303/4 after 46 overs with the Kiwis now needing 35 runs off 24 balls. 6 wickets in the bag, this game surely belongs to the New Zealanders now. 

20:58(IST)

5 runs from the Chahal over as he bowls it tight and in the right areas. Latham tries the sweep as does Nicholls but not to much avail as the Indians can still sniff a chance here. New Zealand's score reads 288/4 after 45 overs, Kiwis need 50 off 30 balls

20:55(IST)

11 runs from the Hardik over here as Latham and Nicholls have taken the game by the scruff of the neck and this is now New Zealand's game to lose. Kohli surely missed a trick by brinking Kedar in to control the left-handers. New Zealand's score reads 283/4 after 44 overs. Need 55 off 36 balls here with 6 wickets in the bag.

20:47(IST)

9th ODI fifty! Latham has been at the top of his game and brings up another 50 on tour. More importantly, 12 runs from the Chahal over has made things even more easier for the Kiwis as they now need 66 from 42 balls with Latham batting on 51 and Nicholls on 16 off just 13 balls. The match is shifting in New Zealand's favour here.

20:43(IST)

12 runs from the Kedar Jadhav over as Nicholls picks up two boundaries. The first one was on the off side and the second a jump down the track and straight over the bowler's hand. New Zealand's score reads 260/4 after 42 overs and the Kiwis now need 78 off 48 balls with 6 wickets in the bag.

20:36(IST)

WICKET! Bumrah has done it again for Virat Kohli. Lands the ball in the perfect spot and the ball jumps to take the edge of the bat and Kedar Jadhav takes a good catch at point. New Zealand's score reads 247/4 with the Kiwis still needing another 91 to win with 6 wickets in the bag. This is definitely India's game to lose from here. Taylor goes for 39.

20:32(IST)

8 runs off the Bhuvi over here as the business end starts. New Zealand's score reads 247/3 after 40 overs with the Kiwis needing 91 from the last 10 overs. Taylor is batting on 39 and Latham is batting on 45. The Kiwis are looking at their first ODI series win in this country

20:27(IST)

2 runs from the Bumrah over as the Kiwi batsmen fail to rotate the strike as the pacer has bowled a great line and length. New Zealand's score reads 239/3 after 39 overs and now need 99 off 66 balls. Taylor is batting on 37 and Latham is batting on 39. 

20:22(IST)

11 runs from the Bhuvi over as Latham picks a boundary off the last ball. Kohli is not at all impressed, but he cannot do anything as the New Zealand batsmen have been playing really well here. New Zealand's score reads 237/3 after 38 overs, needing 101 to win from 72 balls.

20:18(IST)

5 runs from the Bumrah over as the Kiwis are slowly but surely clawing their way back in the run-chase. The score reads 226/3 after 37 overs with Taylor batting on 32 and Latham on 32. New Zealand need 112 from 78 balls with 7 wickets in the bag.

20:10(IST)

7 runs from the Bhuvneshwar over here as both Taylor and Latham are looking in complete control of the situation. A slight bother visible on the face of Kohli as the umpires call for drinks. New Zealand's score reads 221/3 after 36 overs. They need 117 off 84 balls to win this one with 7 wickets in the bag

20:04(IST)

9 runs from the Axar over as Taylor gets the much-needed boundary off the last ball of the over. Beats the short fine-leg fielder and that speeds away to the boundary. India need to pick wickets quickly here as Taylor and Latham are using the sweep to great effect. New Zealand's score reads 214/3 after 35 overs

20:01(IST)

11 runs from the Pandya over as the New Zealand batsmen are growing from strength to strength. The Indian bowlers need to pick wickets early if they want to keep in the game. The duo of Taylor and Latham are fighting back well here as the score reads 205/3 after 34 overs

19:58(IST)

9 runs from the Axar over as both Taylor and Latham are looking to keep the scoring rate moving. The Indian bowlers need to keep a check on the flow of runs and not let the match drift away. The dew is slowly coming into the game and it is important that the Indians do not let the Kiwi batsmen settle down. The score reads 194/3 after 33 overs

19:48(IST)

6 runs from the Hardik Pandya over as first-match stars Taylor and Latham look to make it count here and build a partnership. The Indian bowlers are looking to build on the scoreboard pressure while the Kiwi batsmen will look to keep calm and score the quick singles if not the boundaries. New Zealand's score reads 175/3 after 30 overs

19:38(IST)

WICKET! Williamson has to go for 64 as Chahal picks up another wicket here. The sweeps goes wrong for the Kiwi skipper as MS Dhoni comes in to pick an easy aerial catch here. New Zealand now have their task cut out. The score reads 168/3 after 28.4 overs

19:36(IST)

3 runs from the Axar over here as Williamson also has a bad collision with India all-rounder Hardik Padya. The Kiwi skipper stamps Pandya on his little finger in his left hand with the boot and the spike cuts in. Pandya goes into the dressing room to get medical aid. New Zealand's score reads 166/2 after 28 overs

19:32(IST)

7 runs from the Chahal over as Taylor picks up a boundary behind the wicket. Plays the typocal late cut from the stumps as the ball races to the boundary. The Indians would not mind a boundary here and there. New Zealand's score reads 163/2 after 27 overs

19:29(IST)

2 runs from the Axar Patel over as the Indian bowlers are looking to break into the Kiwis chase here after the visitors lose the wicket of Munro. Taylor and Williamson need to get going and score runs at a good rate if they wish to win this one. New Zealand's score reads 156/2 after 26 overs

19:23(IST)

WICKET! Through the gate this one as Chahal celebrates. The dangerous Munro has to walk back to the pavilion after managing to score a 62-ball 75. The Indian players celebrate as New Zealand's score reads 153/2 in the 24th over. Time for Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson to stitch a partnership.

19:21(IST)

SIX! 9 runs from the Kedar over as Munro gets stuck into the bowler with the last ball of the over. Bends down on the knee and goes for the sweep. Connects well and the ball goes into the mid-wicket stand. 3 runs from the first five balls, but all spoilt with the last ball. New Zealand's score reads 152/1 after 24 overs

19:18(IST)

3 runs from the Chahal over as the Indian spinners have looked in good control here. They have kept things tight, not letting the New Zealand batsmen get away even though the wicket has been playing well. New Zealand's score reads 143/1 after 23 overs

19:15(IST)

32nd ODI FIFTY! Kane Williamson has come to the party and played a pretty solid innings so far as he notches up another ODI fifty here. 9 runs from the Kedar Jadhav over as Williamson rocks back on the backfoot and hits one past the cover fielder. New Zealand's score reads 140/1 after 22 overs

19:11(IST)

5 runs from the Chahal over as Williamson goes for cow-corner. Not the usual shot from the Kiwi skipper, but it is the pressure of the asking rate that will see the New Zealand batsmen playing more of these shots. The score reads 131/1 after 21 overs

19:08(IST)

Another good over here from Kedar as the Kiwis pick up 6 runs from it. Kohli misfields and gives away 2 runs, else it would have been a better over. The Indians are tightening things here as the score reads 126/1 after 20 overs

19:05(IST)

5 runs from the Chahal over here as the Indian bowlers are slowly starting to put the brakes on the New Zealand batsmen here with their disciplined line and length. Williamson and Munro need to keep calm as the score reads 120/1 after 19 overs

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India vs New Zealand 2017, 3rd ODI in Kanpur, Highlights: Bumrah, Rohit & Kohli Steal Show

Indian team poses with the trophy after winning the one-day international cricket series against New Zealand in Kanpur. (AP Image)

LIVE UPDATE: Bumrah bowls India home restricting New Zealand in the last over. New Zealand were chasing 338 as India finished on 337/6 in their 50 overs.Kane Williamson had won the toss and decided to have a bowl first. Says that batting could get easier under lights. Same playing XI for both teams. Follow all the live action and live score from the 3rd ODI in Kanpur as India take on New Zealand in the series decider. We will bring you all the updates and the scores on cricketnext.com.

PREVIEW IND vs NZ: Faced with tremendous pressure after a long time following their loss in the first ODI of the three-match series, the Indian players showed a lot of character as they put up a near flawless performance in the second game to level the series 1-1. Captain Virat Kohli and his team thrive on challenges and they will back themselves to win their seventh ODI series in a row, when they take the field at the Green Park Stadium, which will be hosting its first ever 50-over game under lights. "We look forward to challenges. We spoke about bouncing back, and we have bounced back here (in Pune). We would look to play a similar sort of game in Kanpur as well," said Kohli after the six-wicket win over the Kiwis in the second ODI. Both teams arrived here on Thursday, giving themselves enough time to get used to the cooler conditions in the northern part of India. The Indian team executed its plans perfectly in Pune, especially on the bowling front with in-form pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah doing the job early on as well as in the death overs.
The spinners bounced back well after an off-day in Mumbai. Yuzvendra Chahal, who failed to pick up a wicket in the first game, struck twice while Axar Patel, replacing chinaman Kuldeep Yadav, found the stumps of the in-form Tom Latham. Part-timer Kedar Jadhav bowled eight overs, conceding just 31 runs. Kohli may not want to tinker with a winning combination, therefore, it remains to be seen whether Yadav gets a chance to play in front of his home crowd tomorrow. On the batting front, a big positive for India in Pune was Dinesh Karthik delivering at No.4 with an unbeaten 64. The team management has tried as many as 11 players at the number four spot since the 2015 World Cup and Karthik certainly did enough to stake his claim in that position going forward. He had batted at number five in the series opener but he himself said that four is his preferred spot. Shikhar Dhawan getting a fifty plus score after six innings was also good news for India.

Teams: India (Playing XI): Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli(c), Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Axar Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal
New Zealand (Playing XI): Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Kane Williamson(c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham(w), Henry Nicholls, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Adam Milne, Tim Southee, Trent Boult

Team Rankings

RankTeamPointsRating
1 India 3499 125
2 South Africa 3589 112
3 Australia 3499 106
4 New Zealand 2354 102
5 England 3511 98
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