New Zealand defeated India by 6 runs in the second ODI at Feroshah Kotla Stadium, New Delhi. After restricting New Zealand team to 243, the Indian batting order failed to come up with any good partnership despite Hardik Pandya’s last minute heroics with bat. Here we look at the five turning points of second ODI.
- Superb 2nd wicket partnership between Kane Willamson and Latham
After winning the toss, India elected to field. The Indian team got off to a great start by picking the wicket of Martin Guptil on the 2nd ball of the match. After that Kane Williamson and Latham created pressure on the Indian bowling line up. At the end of 10 overs New Zealand were 50 for 1. Kane Willamson and Latham looked in great touch hitting the spinners for boundaries and sixes. Both of them put on 120 runs in 20.3 overs. Latham was dismissed by part-timer Kedar Jadhav for 46.