Team India Defeated New Zealand in 2nd T20 Match of IND vs NZ

IND vs NZ: Team India Defeated New Zealand in 2nd T20 Match At Auckland


IND vs NZ 2nd T20: On Sunday, on the occasion of Republic Day, Team India has given the gift of victory to the country. Yes, the Indian team defeated New Zealand by seven wickets in the second T20 match. With this, Team India has taken a 2–0 lead in the five-match T20 series.


In this match played at the Eden Park Stadium in Auckland, New Zealand batted first and scored 132 runs. In response, India won the match with 15 balls to spare.

Let us know which five players of Team India are the heroes of this victory?

KL Rahul

Cricketer KL Rahul
KL Rahul | Image: Twitter

Team India’s debut in the second T20 was a bit disappointing as the team got the first blow in the form of Rohit Sharma (8) on the score of eight runs. After this, Rahul teamed up with captain Virat to advance the innings. Rahul scored an unbeaten 57 from 50 balls with the help of three fours and two sixes.

Shreyas Iyer

After Rohit and Virat were dismissed, Rahul shared the 86-run partnership with Iyer to win the team. In IND vs NZ 2nd T20 match, Iyer played a brilliant inning of 44 runs in 33 balls with the help of one four and three sixes.

Ravindra Jadeja

Indian Bowler Ravindra Jadeja
Ravindra Jadeja | Image: Twitter

All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja bowled brilliantly in the match. Jadeja took two wickets for 18 runs in four overs.

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Shivam Dubey

Shivam Dubey played an important role in both batting and bowling. In bowling, Dubey broke the opening pair of New Zealand. Shivam got Colin Munro (26) caught by captain Virat Kohli. He took one wicket for 16 runs in two overs. At the same time, in the bat, Dubey gave the team a resounding victory by notching eight runs with the help of a six in four balls.

Jaspreet Bumrah

Team India’s fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah took one wicket for 21 runs in four overs.

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