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Mitchell Santner: In the first T20I of the three-match series, New Zealand defeated Team India by 16 runs thanks to some outstanding bowling efforts. On January 27, the match was held at Ranchi’s JSCA International Stadium.

Under the direction of Mitchell Santner, the Kiwi team held the opponents to just 155 for 9. He maintained a score of 176 on a ground that provided considerable assistance for the bowlers.

The whole bowling lineup performed flawlessly in unison yesterday. The Kiwi captain’s cunning left-arm spin allowed just 11 runs to be scored in his four overs while also picking up two crucial wickets.

Santner pulled off the seemingly impossible deed of delivering a maiden over to Suryakumar Yadav. While still in the powerplay after striking out Shubman Gill with the first ball of his stint.

Mitchell Santner
IND vs NZ: Mitchell Santner’s three most effective spells against India

In his third over, he conceded just a single once more before making a play to Deepak Hooda to cap off an outstanding 4-1-11-2 stint.

Santner had already performed this feat against India in white-ball cricket, though. The finger spin bowler, who has so far claimed 41 wickets in international matches against India, has been a real enemy of Team India for a while.

In light of that, let’s examine three of Mitchell Santner’s standout bowling performances against the Men in Blue.

3. 3/27 in the 3rd T20I in Kolkata in 2021

Santner finished the T20I series in 2021, when New Zealand last visited India, as the joint-highest wicket-taker with 4 takes.

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3 of his four wickets, though, came in the 3rd T20I, which was held at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens.

Indian batsmen Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan provided their side with a wonderful start by amassing 69 points in the first six overs. After deciding to bat initially on an attractive wicket.

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The match quickly improved once Santner, the game’s acting captain for New Zealand, entered to bowl. Within the same over, he defeated Suryakumar Yadav after first dismissing Kishan.

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Santner increased the pressure on India by eliminating Rishabh Pant in his second over. He dropped the visitors from 69/0 to 83/3.

2. 2/34 in the 2019 World Cup semi-final in Manchester:

New Zealand defeated the Men in Blue by 18 runs. In the inaugural semi-final of the 50-over World Cup at Old Trafford, Manchester. In what was arguably the most painful game in recent Indian sporting history.

New Zealand’s defense of a meager score of 221 got things off to an odd start by dropping India to 24/4.

Read More:- “Knew That the Incoming Deliveries Were Difficult”- Kuldeep Yadav on Excellent Delivery to Daryl Mitchell

Then Rishabh Pant entered the game and attempted to re-enter India into the contest with a few strokes. But Santner had other ideas. The southpaw was put under strain by the finger-spinner because he maintained his position and depth and did not stray from them.

A few more overs later, Hardik Pandya, who was grounded out at midwicket for 32, was another beneficiary of Santner’s impeccable patience.

The 30-year-old persisted in using cunning, making it nearly hard for the Indian batsmen to score on him.

Only two of Santner’s ten allotted overs resulted in boundaries. And he finished the game with a dominating spell of 2/34 at an efficiency of 3.4.

Also Read: SA vs ENG Head-to-Head Records in ODIs

1. Mitchell Santner 4/11 in a T20 World Cup 2016 game in Nagpur

However, Santner was 24 at the time and was performing his maiden T20I match against India. He displayed masterful spin bowling.

When Santner received the ball in the third over in the hunt, Shikhar Dhawan had already returned to the pavilion. New Zealand had India reeling at 12-3. He removed Rohit, who was defeated by Santner’s flight and turn. And Raina inside five balls.

India requiring little more than 10 runs per over. Possibly the greatest striker in the cricket history of white-ball cricket, MS Dhoni at the crease. Santner removed him.

Mitchell Santner: In the first T20I of the three-match series, New Zealand defeated Team India by 16 runs thanks to some outstanding bowling efforts. On January 27, the match was held at Ranchi’s JSCA International Stadium.

Under the direction of Mitchell Santner, the Kiwi team held the opponents to just 155 for 9. He maintained a score of 176 on a ground that provided considerable assistance for the bowlers.

The whole bowling lineup performed flawlessly in unison yesterday. The Kiwi captain’s cunning left-arm spin allowed just 11 runs to be scored in his four overs while also picking up two crucial wickets.

Santner pulled off the seemingly impossible deed of delivering a maiden over to Suryakumar Yadav. While still in the powerplay after striking out Shubman Gill with the first ball of his stint.

Mitchell Santner
IND vs NZ: Mitchell Santner’s three most effective spells against India

In his third over, he conceded just a single once more before making a play to Deepak Hooda to cap off an outstanding 4-1-11-2 stint.

Santner had already performed this feat against India in white-ball cricket, though. The finger spin bowler, who has so far claimed 41 wickets in international matches against India, has been a real enemy of Team India for a while.

In light of that, let’s examine three of Mitchell Santner’s standout bowling performances against the Men in Blue.

3. 3/27 in the 3rd T20I in Kolkata in 2021

Santner finished the T20I series in 2021, when New Zealand last visited India, as the joint-highest wicket-taker with 4 takes.

3 of his four wickets, though, came in the 3rd T20I, which was held at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens.

Indian batsmen Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan provided their side with a wonderful start by amassing 69 points in the first six overs. After deciding to bat initially on an attractive wicket.

The match quickly improved once Santner, the game’s acting captain for New Zealand, entered to bowl. Within the same over, he defeated Suryakumar Yadav after first dismissing Kishan.

Santner increased the pressure on India by eliminating Rishabh Pant in his second over. He dropped the visitors from 69/0 to 83/3.

2. 2/34 in the 2019 World Cup semi-final in Manchester:

New Zealand defeated the Men in Blue by 18 runs. In the inaugural semi-final of the 50-over World Cup at Old Trafford, Manchester. In what was arguably the most painful game in recent Indian sporting history.

New Zealand’s defense of a meager score of 221 got things off to an odd start by dropping India to 24/4.

Read More:- “Knew That the Incoming Deliveries Were Difficult”- Kuldeep Yadav on Excellent Delivery to Daryl Mitchell

Then Rishabh Pant entered the game and attempted to re-enter India into the contest with a few strokes. But Santner had other ideas. The southpaw was put under strain by the finger-spinner because he maintained his position and depth and did not stray from them.

A few more overs later, Hardik Pandya, who was grounded out at midwicket for 32, was another beneficiary of Santner’s impeccable patience.

The 30-year-old persisted in using cunning, making it nearly hard for the Indian batsmen to score on him.

Only two of Santner’s ten allotted overs resulted in boundaries. And he finished the game with a dominating spell of 2/34 at an efficiency of 3.4.

Also Read: SA vs ENG Head-to-Head Records in ODIs

1. Mitchell Santner 4/11 in a T20 World Cup 2016 game in Nagpur

However, Santner was 24 at the time and was performing his maiden T20I match against India. He displayed masterful spin bowling.

When Santner received the ball in the third over in the hunt, Shikhar Dhawan had already returned to the pavilion. New Zealand had India reeling at 12-3. He removed Rohit, who was defeated by Santner’s flight and turn. And Raina inside five balls.

India requiring little more than 10 runs per over. Possibly the greatest striker in the cricket history of white-ball cricket, MS Dhoni at the crease. Santner removed him.

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Mitchell Santner: In the first T20I of the three-match series, New Zealand defeated Team India by 16 runs thanks to some outstanding bowling efforts. On January 27, the match was held at Ranchi’s JSCA International Stadium.

Under the direction of Mitchell Santner, the Kiwi team held the opponents to just 155 for 9. He maintained a score of 176 on a ground that provided considerable assistance for the bowlers.

The whole bowling lineup performed flawlessly in unison yesterday. The Kiwi captain’s cunning left-arm spin allowed just 11 runs to be scored in his four overs while also picking up two crucial wickets.

Santner pulled off the seemingly impossible deed of delivering a maiden over to Suryakumar Yadav. While still in the powerplay after striking out Shubman Gill with the first ball of his stint.

Mitchell Santner
IND vs NZ: Mitchell Santner’s three most effective spells against India

In his third over, he conceded just a single once more before making a play to Deepak Hooda to cap off an outstanding 4-1-11-2 stint.

Santner had already performed this feat against India in white-ball cricket, though. The finger spin bowler, who has so far claimed 41 wickets in international matches against India, has been a real enemy of Team India for a while.

In light of that, let’s examine three of Mitchell Santner’s standout bowling performances against the Men in Blue.

3. 3/27 in the 3rd T20I in Kolkata in 2021

Santner finished the T20I series in 2021, when New Zealand last visited India, as the joint-highest wicket-taker with 4 takes.

3 of his four wickets, though, came in the 3rd T20I, which was held at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens.

Indian batsmen Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan provided their side with a wonderful start by amassing 69 points in the first six overs. After deciding to bat initially on an attractive wicket.

The match quickly improved once Santner, the game’s acting captain for New Zealand, entered to bowl. Within the same over, he defeated Suryakumar Yadav after first dismissing Kishan.

Santner increased the pressure on India by eliminating Rishabh Pant in his second over. He dropped the visitors from 69/0 to 83/3.

2. 2/34 in the 2019 World Cup semi-final in Manchester:

New Zealand defeated the Men in Blue by 18 runs. In the inaugural semi-final of the 50-over World Cup at Old Trafford, Manchester. In what was arguably the most painful game in recent Indian sporting history.

New Zealand’s defense of a meager score of 221 got things off to an odd start by dropping India to 24/4.

Read More:- “Knew That the Incoming Deliveries Were Difficult”- Kuldeep Yadav on Excellent Delivery to Daryl Mitchell

Then Rishabh Pant entered the game and attempted to re-enter India into the contest with a few strokes. But Santner had other ideas. The southpaw was put under strain by the finger-spinner because he maintained his position and depth and did not stray from them.

A few more overs later, Hardik Pandya, who was grounded out at midwicket for 32, was another beneficiary of Santner’s impeccable patience.

The 30-year-old persisted in using cunning, making it nearly hard for the Indian batsmen to score on him.

Only two of Santner’s ten allotted overs resulted in boundaries. And he finished the game with a dominating spell of 2/34 at an efficiency of 3.4.

Also Read: SA vs ENG Head-to-Head Records in ODIs

1. Mitchell Santner 4/11 in a T20 World Cup 2016 game in Nagpur

However, Santner was 24 at the time and was performing his maiden T20I match against India. He displayed masterful spin bowling.

When Santner received the ball in the third over in the hunt, Shikhar Dhawan had already returned to the pavilion. New Zealand had India reeling at 12-3. He removed Rohit, who was defeated by Santner’s flight and turn. And Raina inside five balls.

India requiring little more than 10 runs per over. Possibly the greatest striker in the cricket history of white-ball cricket, MS Dhoni at the crease. Santner removed him.

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