IND vs NZ 2021, 3rd T20: Rohit’s fifty and Deepak Chahar’s last over heroics put 184 on board

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Team India is up against New Zealand in the third and final T20 of the bilateral T20 series.

The Men in blue have already sealed the series by winning the first two T20s and will be looking forward to clean sweep this series.

Team India won the toss and elected to bat first and managed to put 184 runs on the scoreboard.

Rohit Sharma scored a crucial half century of 56 runs of 31 balls and Deepal Chahar’s last over heroics helped Team India put a big total on the board.

Match Summary

Team India won the toss and invited New Zealand to bowl first. Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan came to open the innings for India.

Both of them gave their team a great start and joined a 69 runs opening partnership.

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Mitchell Santner gave Kiwis their first break through in the 7th over in form of Ishan Kishan. He got out after scoring 29 runs of 21 balls.

He striked again in same over as he dismissed Surya Kumar Yadav on a four ball duck.

Mitchell Santner gave Team India their third blow in the very next over as he dismissed Rishabh Pant on the score of 4 runs of 6 balls.

Shreyas Iyer joined Rohit Sharma in the middle to progress the scoreboard. Hitman completed his half century.

Ish Sodhi gave India another blow and this time it was the Indian skipper Rohit Sharma. He got out after scoring 56 runs of 31 balls.

Shreyas Iyer was joined by Venkatesh Iyer and both of them progressed the scoreboard for a while.

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Trent Boult gave Kiwis the breakthrough in the 16th over and dismissed Venkatesh Iyer on the score of 20 of 15 balls.

Adam Milne dismissed the second set batsmen Shreyas Iyer in the very next over. He got out after scoring 25 runs of 20 balls.

Harshal Patel played a quick innings of 18 runs of 11 balls before his departure in the 19th over.

Deepak Chahar smashed 19 runs in the last over and helped Team India finish on 184 runs. He scored an unbeaten 21 of just 8 balls.

Team India put 184 runs on the scoreboard at the loss of 7 wickets. Kiwis will now have a target of 185 in front of them with the strong Indian bowling line-up in front of them.

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