New Zealand vs India 2nd ODI 2022 Highlights

Watch the highlights of New Zealand vs India 2nd ODI 2022 - India tour of New Zealand 3-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between India and New Zealand at Seddon Park, Hamilton in 27th November 2022.

New Zealand vs India 2nd ODI 2022 Highlights
Suryakumar Yadav creates room for the uppercut © Getty Images

Shubman Gill and Suryakumar Yadav's shine before rain washed out, only 12.5 overs of play possible in a rain-stop-start game of the second One-day international.

India scored 89-1 in 12.5 overs with top scorer by Shubman Gill cracked a unbeaten 45 off 42-balls including 4-fours & a six.

Suryakumar Yadav hammered a unbeaten 34 off 25-balls including 3-sixes & 2-fours with strike rate of 136 and Shikhar Dhawan 3.

New Zealand best bowler by Matt Henry took one-wicket for 20-runs in 4-overs.

This match reported by Himanshu Agrawal (Third Party Reference from ESPNcricinfo)

A stop-start day ended in victory for rain, with the Hamilton ODI washed out after only 12.5 overs of play. Suryakumar Yadav, with 34 off 25 balls, and Shubman Gill, with 45 off 42, entertained during an unbroken 66-run partnership off 46 deliveries, before the second rain interruption of the day killed all hopes of further action.

The threat of rain loomed over Seddon Park when Kane Williamson inserted India, with overcast skies having already delayed the toss by 15 minutes. A drizzle began within three overs of their innings, as Shikhar Dhawan made another sedate start, and grew heavier in the fifth over, by which time Gill had hit two boundaries. The umpires called the players off the field with India at 22 for no loss.

It was 2.53pm at the time, and on-and-off rain allowed a restart only at 6.40pm, with the match reduced to 29 overs a side. Dhawan made his intentions clear first ball after the restart, charging down to Tim Southee, only to fall the very next ball, miscuing a loft to mid-on off Matt Henry.

Gill slapped Henry for a six over fine leg in the eighth over, even as the promoted Suryakumar struggled to get going at the other end, scoring only five runs off his first 11 balls. But he picked up pace the moment he ramped Lockie Ferguson off the last delivery of the ninth over. Williamson introduced spin in the next over in the form of Michael Bracewell, and Gill lofted him inside out over cover; when Mitchell Santner came on for the 11th, Suryakumar hit his first six, slog-sweeping the left-arm spinner over deep square leg.

That was the first of three sixes, as he followed up by reverse-swatting Bracewell over backward point and bashing Ferguson over midwicket. Off what turned out to be the last ball of the contest, Suryakumar clipped Ferguson for four behind the wicket.

Play was suspended at 7.21pm, and the match called off some 45 minutes later.

The teams shared points as a result of the washout, with New Zealand taking a 1-0 lead into Wednesday's third ODI in Christchurch.



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