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India vs New Zealand 2019, 2nd ODI: Player Ratings

  • Let's have a look at how the players fared in the second ODI.
Syed Tariq
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Modified 26 Jan 2019, 21:01 IST

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New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson being dismissed by Mohammed Shami.
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson being dismissed by Mohammed Shami.

Martin Guptill - 2/10

Guptill once again had a torrid time while batting as he led a charmed life. However, Guptill's luck finally ran out in the 5th over of New Zealand innings as Bhuvneshwar Kumar dismissed him for 15 runs.

Colin Munro - 4/10

The hard-hitting Colin Munro played an uncharacteristic innings of 31 runs from 41 balls and was trapped in front by Yuzvendra Chahal in the 15th over.

Kane Williamson - 4/10

Williamson came all guns blazing and smashed Mohammed Shami for 2 sixes and a four in a single over before dismissed by Shami in the same over for a quickfire 20 runs of 11 balls.

Ross Taylor - 5/10

The Kiwi veteran once again got off to a good start and scored 22 runs from 25 balls only to be undone by a brilliant piece of glove work from MS Dhoni.

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Tom Latham - 5/10

One of the best players of spin in the New Zealand batting line-up, Tom Latham tried to rebuild the Kiwi innings and scored a quickfire 34 runs from 32 balls, before becoming one of the 4 victims of Kuldeep Yadav.

Henry Nicholls - 4/10

For the second match in succession, Henry Nicholls played a horrible shot to get himself out of the bowling Kuldeep Yadav after scoring 28 runs in 38 balls.

Colin de Grandhomme - 1/10

Just like Henry Nicholls, Colin de Grandhomme played a horrible shot to be dismissed for just three runs of Kuldeep Yadav. Grandhomme also did not have a good day with the ball as he conceded 62 runs from just 8 overs.

Doug Bracewell - 7/10

Doug Bracewell was the only New Zealand player to put some fight with the bat and scored his maiden half-century in the ODI format. However, Bracewell did not have a good match with the ball as he failed to pick up a single wicket and conceded 59 runs from his quota of 10 overs.

Ish Sodhi - 6/10

Replacing his spin colleague Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi was New Zealand's best bowler as he bowled an economical spell of 10-0-43-0.

Lockie Ferguson - 4/10

The right-arm quick had a match to forget as he was smashed for 81 runs in his 10 over by the Indian batsmen, which also included a 21-run thrashing in the final over of Indian innings by Kedar Jadhav and MS Dhoni.

Trent Boult - 6/10

Boult was the best New Zealand seamer on display as he conceded 61 runs from his 10 overs and managed to pick up the crucial wickets of Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli. While batting, Boult provided some entertainment to the crowd by smashing a four and a six of Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

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Published 26 Jan 2019, 21:01 IST
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