IND vs NZ Live Score Updates: India beat New Zealand by 6 wickets

IND vs NZ Live Score Updates: India beat New Zealand by 6 wickets: In the second Twenty20 match between India and New Zealand, which took place on Sunday, India’s spinners performed well on a turning pitch to restrict New Zealand to 99 for eight, which was their lowest total against the Indian hosts. After suffering a defeat in the first match of the series, Team India will meet New Zealand once again in the third and final Twenty20 International encounter on Sunday (January 29). In Lucknow, the thrilling shorter format series will continue with the second match of the competition. After several of the players failed to perform to expectations in the first match, the captain, Hardik Pandya, and the coach, Rahul Dravid, will give the Playing XI a great deal of attention. In the first Twenty20 international, Rahul Tripathi, Ishan Kishan, and especially Arshdeep Singh had a difficult time making an impression. The team management could decide to give pacer Mukesh Kumar a go instead of Arshdeep Singh, who had trouble controlling the ball in the first Twenty20 international match. In India’s first Twenty20 International match against New Zealand on Friday, the left-arm bowler allowed New Zealand to score 27 runs (January 27). After the speed bowler put himself under unnecessary stress by bowling a no-ball in the very last over of the New Zealand batting innings, Daryl Mitchell pounced on the chance to take the pace bowler to the cleaners. Shubman Gill is yet another player who can create room for someone else. He is vulnerable to being replaced by Prithvi Shaw, who is only waiting for his chance. Both Gill and Ishan Kishan had a poor performance in the first game they played together. NZ 99/8 (20) IND 101/4 (19.5) India won by

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India won a historic bronze by defeating Germany 5-4 in the final minute of the game, with goalkeeper PR Srijesh saving a penalty corner. The Indians, headed by Manpreet Singh and coached by Australian Graham Reid, savored the historic moment with tears and hugs on the pitch.

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Tokyo Olympic: Super Mom is cheated ?

Mary Kom has spoken out about her contentious ouster from the 51kg Women’s Boxing event. India’s experienced boxer MC Mary Kom’s hopes of winning a second Olympic medal were dashed as she was knocked out of the Tokyo Olympics in the round of 16 of the women’s 51kg division. Mary Kom faced Colombian Ingrit Valencia on Thursday, but the Indian boxer was defeated by a score of 3-2.

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