New Zealand fans may regret that if another match came first! After losing a series of a day against India at the Kiwis house, Kiwi saw the victory against India in Hamilton yesterday. Trent Bolt in the fourth ODI, swinging the winds of India flying to the ground. India, without Kohli Virat Kohli, all for just 9 races in his five-year-old New Zealand beat it with 212 balls and 8 wickets. It is the highest record in the history of India in ODIs, according to the opposition's ball. The previous record was 209 balls, with Sri Lanka winning 209 balls against India in Dambulla in 2010. Against New Zealand, last year, India had been completely (88) with less of 100 races in Dambulla tri-series. Management of India's team replaced Virat Kohli in the last two days of the day and the T-20 series after securing the series against New Zealand in the series. Rohit Sharma led the side in the absence of Kohli. It was his 200th party in ODIs. Mahendra Singh Dhoni lost the second game due to physical problems, as well as Kohli. New Zealand captain, Kane Williamson, sent India to the bat after winning the pitch at Sedon Park in Hamilton. And Rohit-Dhawan-Raidu-Kartik-Pandeyaad starred in a collapse of baptism near a Bolt. Bolt broke the opening torque of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan in sixth of the innings. After LBW (13), Rohit (7) made a return catch on his next recovery, this rhythm feeling. Colin de Grandhaam won an unpublished half century in the 11th part with Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik unbeaten. Bolt took the shot on the next lap with an unbeaten 9. His fourth victim is Kedar Yadav (1). Bhuvneshwar Kumar (1) played his third wicket in the game, Grandhom. And when the glory of the last 10 cups of Bolt finished, the Indian team raised 55/8. Holland Pandeya (16) was the fifth wicker maker in the twenties and was licensed by Tom Latham. Kuldeep (15) and Khalil Ahmed (5) took the wickets of Farha Legspinner Todd Astle and Jimmy Nisham. The highest score of 18 races is ten races unbeaten. Javagal Srinath, who scored more than ten races for India in ODIs before tickets, scored 43 races against Pakistan in Toronto in 1998. India's baptism was not so bad ( 180) in this match. In the first game of the series against New Zealand, India's races won two-digit races. But seven drivers from India could not go to the series of two numbers in the fourth ODI. Boult took 5 wickets for 21 races. And he played the Sir Richard Hadlee record of five wickets in five games for New Zealand five times. The best bowling figure in the ODIs puzzles 7/34 The fifth and last day of an international day begins at Wellington at 8 in the morning on Sunday. Team India Tour of New Zealand with the confidence to win the test and the ODI series for the first time in Australia. India won the game in 90 races in the second game of New Zealand after winning eight wickets in the first game. The Kohli team, after winning the victory of 7 victories in the third ODI, confirmed the series.
India-New Zealand, fourth ODI
Toss: New Zealand (field)
India: 30.5 overs, 92 (Chahal 18 *, Pandya 16, Kuldeep 15, Bolt 5/21, Grandhom 3/26).
New Zealand: 14.4 overs 93/2 (Taylor 37 *, Nicholas 30 *, Bhuvneshwar 2/25).
Result: New Zealand won by 8 wickets
Duration: Trent Bolt
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