Bhuvi knuckles down Munro

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Colin Munro continued with his aggressive brand of cricket. He shimmied down and smacked Bhuvi over his head for a six. However, Bhuvi soon outfoxed him with a knuckle ball. AFP

Boomrah!

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Bowling away from the crease, he got one to snort back into Williamson s defence and trapped him LBW. Williamson asked for a review: the replay showed that the ball would have hit middle-and-leg. AFP

Taylor fails to stitch runs

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Latham and Taylor, who had added 200 runs in the first ODI, could score 31 runs together. New Zealand were 71 for 4 in 18.3 overs. AFP

Fighting knock

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Henry Nicholls was the highest run-scorer for New Zealand AFP

The Grandhomme Show

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The strong forearms allowed Colin de Grandhomme to cut without arching his back, while he easily flicked over mid-wicket with the back leg in the air. His knock was the highlight of the innings. The commentators could not hold themselves back from singing his praises. AFP

Bromance

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Dhoni and Kohli worked well in tandem AFP

Bhuvi, Player of the Match

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The focus is to replicate what I practice, during the match. Whenever I bowl with the new ball, I try to swing it. It didn t happen today, so I was focused on bowling in good areas. – Bhuvi AFP

King Kohli fails to convert start

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After compiling an attractive 29, he tried to cover-drive off the front foot. Given that he does not play with a high elbow and his front leg often pushes him to play through cover, Kohli created a faint edge to the wicketkeeper. AFP

Dinesh thick on runs

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He had failed to score a fifty at Mumbai but had added vital runs with Kohli to steady the innings. He did the same at Pune. This time he remained unbeaten on 64 and saw India through. AFP

The indomitable Gabbar

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The man of the moment, however, was Shikhar Dhawan. He scythed anything short, even the ones that were hurled close to his body. And when pitched under the bat, the Gabbar showed no mercy and dispatched it over the infield. AFP