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Kane Williamson is looking set for a big score at Ferozshah Kotla Getty Images

New Zealand‘s skipper, Kane Williamson, got to his eighth One-Day International (ODI) century during the second match against India at Ferozshah Kotla, New Delhi. Winning the toss, MS Dhoni elected to bowl first for the second time in the series. His decision was rewarded quickly with a beautiful delivery from India’s frontline seamer Umesh Yadav. Yadav dismissed Martin Guptill in the second ball of the match for no score on the board. However, Williamson took guard and looked set for a big score since the beginning. He was getting into the pitch of the ball and timing everything from the middle with calculative risks. Williamson batted well with in-form opener, Tom Latham as the duo added a century-run stand for the second wicket. Latham was removed for 46 from Kedar Jadhav’s delivery but Williamson looked unaffected and carried on piling runs carefully. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI at Feroz Shah Kotla

Williamson did not get to any kind of score in the first ODI at Dharamsala and looked itching to get a big score at Ferozshah Kotla and did just that. New Zealand have had a torrid time in India as they have not won a single game in the three-Test series and also got off to a poor start in the series opener in 50-overs format. If Williamson continues in same stead, New Zealand will eye a big score to put India in pressure who will be chasing for the second time in a row. LIVE Cricket Score, India Vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI 2016

Meanwhile, we present some of the tweets over Williamson’s knock.




Dhoni opted for bowling first with dew being a factor late in the evening but will still look forward to containing the New Zealand batting line-up who succumbed to 190 in 43.5 overs. Till now, New Zealand have looked to overcome their past mistakes and a total of 300 looks on cards if Williamson bats for long.