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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

New Zealand vs India 2nd ODI 1999 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - India Win last over thriller at Napier


Watch the highlights of New Zealand vs India 2nd ODI 1999 - India tour of New Zealand 5-match one day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between India and New Zealand at Napier in 12th January 1999.

India win last over thriller with 1 ball remaining.
India won the toss decided to fielding first New Zealand opener Bryan Young pavilion with run out by Rahul Dravid's brilliant throw, they lost first wicket for 6 in the 2nd over.

Craig McMillan and Matt Horne stand the 76-run for 2nd wicket, McMillan got out for 28 off consumed 46 deliveries, After two overs Roger Twose goes to run out by Robin Singh.

Matt Horne completed his splendid half century, He was got leg before wicket by Sachin Tendulkar, He was scored a scintillating 61 off consumed 91 deliveries.

After Matt Horne exit, New Zealand batting line-up failed except Matt Horne and Chris Cairns 44 helped to New Zealand set up normal total of 213 for all out in 49.3 overs and Sachin Tendulkar took 3 wickets for 34-run in his 8.3 overs.

India's brilliant fielding to New Zealand's five batsman got out for run outs - Bryan Young, Roger Twose, Dion Nash, Chris Harris and Daniel Vettori.

While India chasing 213 not a easy total in New Zealand condition, India opener Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly build the 50-run stand for first wicket, Sachin Tendulkar (23) pavilion with caught by Bryan Young off Dion Nash.

Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid both caught out by Adam Parore for scored a 38 and Also Mohammad Azharuddin caught out by Adam Parore.

Ajay Jadeja scored a 26 with 3 fours and He back to pavilion with run out by Chris Harris and Robin Singh played brilliant shot with one six and four helped to scored a 23 off 28 balls, He was caught out by Matt Horne off Daniel Vettori.

Nayan Mongia respnded with singles and twos, other end India's wickets falling with Javagal Srinath and Nikhil Chopra goes to run outs.

Nayan Mongia marvelous unbeaten 31* led to front India chased the 213 with a ball to spare to bring up a thrilling 2-wicket victory over New Zealand at Napier.