India Vs New Zealand 2nd T20: Hardik Pandya corrected his mistake in the second match, this cool player turned the game
India Vs New Zealand 2nd T20 Lucknow: Finn Allen scored 11 runs in 10 balls with the help of 2 fours. But he did not get one in front of Yuzvendra Chahal’s ball and he got bowled. Actually Yuzvendra Chahal was not given a chance in the first T20 match. Team India lost this match by 21 runs.
Yuzvendra Chahal Bowling: The second T20 match of the series between India and New Zealand is being played in Lucknow. After winning the toss, New Zealand invited Team India to bowl. But New Zealand’s bet backfired and its 5 wickets fell on the score of 73 runs. Yuzvendra Chahal, who was getting out of the team, showed his bowling skills in this match.
He sent New Zealand’s dangerous opener Finn Allen to the pavilion. Finn Allen scored 11 runs in 10 balls with the help of 2 fours. But he did not get one in front of Yuzvendra Chahal’s ball and he got bowled.
Actually Yuzvendra Chahal was not given a chance in the first T20 match. Team India lost this match by 21 runs. In the second T20 match, captain Hardik Pandya did not take any risk and took Chahal in the team while rectifying the mistake. Chahal also did not disappoint the captain.
Team India’s dominance was visible from the beginning of the match. Yuzvendra made Allen walk first. After this, Washington Sundar got Devon Conway caught out by Ishaan Kishan on the score of 11 runs. Deepak Hooda also did not lag behind and he gave New Zealand the third blow by scattering the balls of Glenn Phillips.
Kuldeep sent Mitchell, who was batting in the first T20 match, to the pavilion. Mitchell could only score 8 runs in 13 balls. At the same time, New Zealand got the fifth blow in the form of Mark Chapman. He was run out by Kuldeep Yadav.
On the other hand, Arshdeep Singh, who was declared the villain of the previous match’s defeat, took two wickets in this match. He sent Mitchell Bracewell and Ish Sodhi to the pavilion. By the time the news was written, New Zealand had lost 8 wickets for 96 runs.