Ross Taylor © Getty Images (File Photo)
Ross Taylor © Getty Images (File Photo)

 

Jan 31, 2014

 

India finally managed to get the breakthrough by dismissing Kane Williamson for 88 in the fifth One-Day International (ODI) at Wellington. Varun Aaron broke the  152-run partnership. Williamson hit eight boundaries and a six in his 91-ball innings. New Zealand are 203 for three in 39 overs.

 

It was once again the third-wicket partnership which left India behind as Ross Taylor and Williamson launched a calculative onslaught scoring at above six an over without taking too many risks.

 

Williamson tried to cut the ball over point and Ajinkya Rahane took a sharp catch to send him back. However, New Zealand still have Ross Taylor batting on

 

Meanwhile, the Indian pacers have been impressive and so far all he wickets fallen have been bagged by the pacers with Aaron getting two.

 

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