Jan 25, 2014
New Zealand are 57 for one in 10 overs in the third One-Day International (ODI) against India at Auckland. After a quick start. New Zealand have slowed down a touch.
After the loss of Jesse Ryder, Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill have carried the innings forward. There has been quite a bit of bounce for the bowlers and India have used it well on a few occasions.
But there have been occasions where, the ball has soared over the heads of the batsmen and into Dhoni’s gloves.
Varun Aaron, the speedster was brought in and he worked up some good pace. He also clocked over 140 kmph and was hitting the right areas.
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