Jan 19, 2014
India have started off in quiet fashion in their chase of 293 in the first One-Day International (ODI) against New Zealand at Napier and they have lost the wicket of Rohit Sharma.
In 15.2 overs, India are 15 for one.
Earlier, New Zealand had amassed 292 at the back of Corey Anderson’s quickfire 68. The target for India is huge, but Napier is known to be a venue where run-chases are easier.
India would eye a good start from their openers. Rohit pulled Mitchell McClenaghan to fine-leg and was out for three.
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