Best cricket match report: Suryakumar Helps India Draw Level at Lucknow Spin Fest

In a low-scoring thriller at Lucknow, New Zealand defended almost 99, but needed three balls out of two, so Suryakumar Yadav hit Blair Tickner down the middle to give India a one-out win in the series. -1 helped level it.

Ahead of Sunday, his five T20I tournaments were played at Ekana Stadium, with the team batting first winning all five of his. With that in mind, Mitchell Santner decided to bat after winning the toss. India brought in Yuzvendra Chahal in place of Umran Malik on the red field at Ekana Stadium meant to help the spinners. This gave him four spins his bowling his options including Deepak Hooda. All of them plagued New Zealand, limiting them to 8-99. This was New Zealand’s lowest total against India in a full-length T20I. Still, it was nowhere near a cruise to India.

New Zealand had her five spinners (eight bowlers in total) and was just as effective as her Indian counterparts in keeping scores down. But India had the advantage of knowing the destination. They took the game deep and got the ball forward and over the line.

In total, Spinner bowled 30 overs in the match. This was his second most in the T20I and the most full-members in his team’s matches.

New Zealand lose 3 in reverse sweep

Finn Allen immediately tried to bring the attack to his opponent. He was lucky enough to collect striped back-to-back borders off Hardik Pandya, but was against spins at sea.

Chahal was introduced in his 4th over and soon it was his turn. His first delivery landed on a foot stump, hitting Allen’s outer edge and missing the stump. Allen tried to counter him with a reverse sweep but was bowled by a deflection off his right foot.

After Chahal’s wicket maiden, Devon Conway attempted a reverse sweep against the Washington Thunder in the next over. But the ball grazed his wrist and praised Ishan Kishan. Glenn Phillips also found it difficult to score against a spin and resorted to a reverse sweep. In the process, he exposed nearly all three stumps to harmless Hooda deliveries and was bowled out, making New Zealand 3 for 35 in seven overs.

Kuldeep continues to push New Zealand

If New Zealand had any hope of recovery with the previous match’s Players of the Match, Darryl Mitchell and Mark Chapman in the middle, Kuldeep Yadav beat them. A wrist spinner broke through Mitchell’s defense and turned in sharply from the outside to hit the off stumps.

Chapman and Michael Bracewell tried to revive the innings. Their stand was worth his 20 as Bracewell swept his Hooda short toward his third. Kuldeep slipped and failed to catch, but his quick throw to Kishan meant that Chapman, who had scooted for a single, could not follow in his footsteps in time.

By the 17th, Hardik was the only sailor hired by India. In the deathover he and Arshdeep Singh used their bouncers effectively to nullify the three wickets between them. was not included. Also, he doesn’t have 6 in India’s innings. India is limping towards its goal

It was never a bed of roses for India, with Jacob Duffy throwing the first over of the Chase, but from there until the 18th in New Zealand, only bowling spins from both ends.

Shubman Gill fell for 11 and hit Bracewell with a deep square leg. Ishan Kishan struggled and was knocked out by good fielders on 19 of 32 pitches. Kishan got an inside edge against Phillips towards midwicket and tried to collect the two. The bowler sprinted for the ball, put down the slide and fired a pitch behind the non-striker, meanwhile Rahul Tripathi sent his Kishan back and when Santner broke the stump his racket was It was in the crease. Ish Sodhi sacked Tripathi shortly after, reducing India to 3 for 50 in 11 overs. Dealing with one and two, he led the side to 30 runs from target, but the confusion cost Washington a wicket.

In the end it was 13 out of 12 balls. Rocky Ferguson allowed just seven from his 19 overs, but Hardik found the line. However, Suryakumar confirmed that Washington’s sacrifice was not in vain.

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