Friday,November 25,2022

NZ vs IND: Washington Sundar Goes 720° and Executes an Incredible Shot, Video Goes Viral

NZ vs IND: After fortuitously sweeping the T20I series, the Indian Cricket Team started their One-day campaign against New Zealand on Friday, 25th November. In absence of Hardik Pandya, the newly appointed Punjab Kings captain, Shikhar Dhawan is in all readiness to lead the Indian side.

The first of three ODIs is being held at Eden Park, Auckland, and after being invited to bat first, the men in blue have posted 306/6 in their 50 overs.

The Indian team was tottering at 254/5 before Washington joined Shreyas Iyer and deserted India’s sinking ship.

The Southpaw took things into his own hands and stitched a fiery 37* off 16. In his scorching innings, Washington blasted three maximums and an equal number of fours, but one particular hit off Matt Henry caught everyone’s attention.

The 124-run opening partnership between Shikhar and Gill set the tempo for India.

The 23-year-old youngster orchestrated 17 runs in the penultimate over and eased India past 300. In the second-last ball of Matt Henry’s over, Sundar played flawlessly by shuffling around his wickets and ramping a fuller delivery by Henry over the short-fine fielder for a boundary.

NZ vs IND: Washington Sundar plays an exquisite shot

The Indian player premeditated the shot and lunged so swiftly that Henry had little chance to modify his angle, which made the shot particularly noteworthy. Here’s the video of that shot:

Earlier in the day, the Indian openers Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill bestowed a strong start for India. The left-right duo absorbed the pressure early on and curbed their temper. India had little to unveil after the end of the powerplay, but Shikhar and Gill kept marching on. While Shikhar took the more assertive route, Gill played the second-fiddle.

The opening alliance between Shikhar 72(77) and Gill 50 (65) forged a 124-run partnership before both the openers returned back in a flash. Shreyas Iyer, the next man in looked to form a partnership with Rishabh Pant, but India again lost two quick wickets and handed complete command to the Blackcaps.

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The hosts appeared to be in control when India reached 160/4 in the 33rd over. But Iyer and Sanju Samson 36(38) formed a 94-run alliance to stabilize the vessel before Samson was caught by Glenn Phillips with a spectacular grab. 

The Kiwi quicks, Lockie Ferguson and Tim Southee claimed a couple of wickets each before Shreyas Iyer flashed his dominance at Eden Park. The right-handed batter’s pyrotechnics innings of 80 (76), including 4 boundaries and 4 maximums evenly poised the game.

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Eventually, it was Washington Sundar’s pyrotechnics and Shreyas Iyer’s formidable innings that assisted India to go past the 300-run mark in the first ODI on Friday.

NZ vs IND: After fortuitously sweeping the T20I series, the Indian Cricket Team started their One-day campaign against New Zealand on Friday, 25th November. In absence of Hardik Pandya, the newly appointed Punjab Kings captain, Shikhar Dhawan is in all readiness to lead the Indian side.

The first of three ODIs is being held at Eden Park, Auckland, and after being invited to bat first, the men in blue have posted 306/6 in their 50 overs.

The Indian team was tottering at 254/5 before Washington joined Shreyas Iyer and deserted India’s sinking ship.

The Southpaw took things into his own hands and stitched a fiery 37* off 16. In his scorching innings, Washington blasted three maximums and an equal number of fours, but one particular hit off Matt Henry caught everyone’s attention.

The 124-run opening partnership between Shikhar and Gill set the tempo for India.

The 23-year-old youngster orchestrated 17 runs in the penultimate over and eased India past 300. In the second-last ball of Matt Henry’s over, Sundar played flawlessly by shuffling around his wickets and ramping a fuller delivery by Henry over the short-fine fielder for a boundary.

NZ vs IND: Washington Sundar plays an exquisite shot

The Indian player premeditated the shot and lunged so swiftly that Henry had little chance to modify his angle, which made the shot particularly noteworthy. Here’s the video of that shot:

Earlier in the day, the Indian openers Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill bestowed a strong start for India. The left-right duo absorbed the pressure early on and curbed their temper. India had little to unveil after the end of the powerplay, but Shikhar and Gill kept marching on. While Shikhar took the more assertive route, Gill played the second-fiddle.

The opening alliance between Shikhar 72(77) and Gill 50 (65) forged a 124-run partnership before both the openers returned back in a flash. Shreyas Iyer, the next man in looked to form a partnership with Rishabh Pant, but India again lost two quick wickets and handed complete command to the Blackcaps.

The hosts appeared to be in control when India reached 160/4 in the 33rd over. But Iyer and Sanju Samson 36(38) formed a 94-run alliance to stabilize the vessel before Samson was caught by Glenn Phillips with a spectacular grab. 

The Kiwi quicks, Lockie Ferguson and Tim Southee claimed a couple of wickets each before Shreyas Iyer flashed his dominance at Eden Park. The right-handed batter’s pyrotechnics innings of 80 (76), including 4 boundaries and 4 maximums evenly poised the game.

Eventually, it was Washington Sundar’s pyrotechnics and Shreyas Iyer’s formidable innings that assisted India to go past the 300-run mark in the first ODI on Friday.

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NZ vs IND: After fortuitously sweeping the T20I series, the Indian Cricket Team started their One-day campaign against New Zealand on Friday, 25th November. In absence of Hardik Pandya, the newly appointed Punjab Kings captain, Shikhar Dhawan is in all readiness to lead the Indian side.

The first of three ODIs is being held at Eden Park, Auckland, and after being invited to bat first, the men in blue have posted 306/6 in their 50 overs.

The Indian team was tottering at 254/5 before Washington joined Shreyas Iyer and deserted India’s sinking ship.

The Southpaw took things into his own hands and stitched a fiery 37* off 16. In his scorching innings, Washington blasted three maximums and an equal number of fours, but one particular hit off Matt Henry caught everyone’s attention.

The 124-run opening partnership between Shikhar and Gill set the tempo for India.

The 23-year-old youngster orchestrated 17 runs in the penultimate over and eased India past 300. In the second-last ball of Matt Henry’s over, Sundar played flawlessly by shuffling around his wickets and ramping a fuller delivery by Henry over the short-fine fielder for a boundary.

NZ vs IND: Washington Sundar plays an exquisite shot

The Indian player premeditated the shot and lunged so swiftly that Henry had little chance to modify his angle, which made the shot particularly noteworthy. Here’s the video of that shot:

Earlier in the day, the Indian openers Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill bestowed a strong start for India. The left-right duo absorbed the pressure early on and curbed their temper. India had little to unveil after the end of the powerplay, but Shikhar and Gill kept marching on. While Shikhar took the more assertive route, Gill played the second-fiddle.

The opening alliance between Shikhar 72(77) and Gill 50 (65) forged a 124-run partnership before both the openers returned back in a flash. Shreyas Iyer, the next man in looked to form a partnership with Rishabh Pant, but India again lost two quick wickets and handed complete command to the Blackcaps.

The hosts appeared to be in control when India reached 160/4 in the 33rd over. But Iyer and Sanju Samson 36(38) formed a 94-run alliance to stabilize the vessel before Samson was caught by Glenn Phillips with a spectacular grab. 

The Kiwi quicks, Lockie Ferguson and Tim Southee claimed a couple of wickets each before Shreyas Iyer flashed his dominance at Eden Park. The right-handed batter’s pyrotechnics innings of 80 (76), including 4 boundaries and 4 maximums evenly poised the game.

Eventually, it was Washington Sundar’s pyrotechnics and Shreyas Iyer’s formidable innings that assisted India to go past the 300-run mark in the first ODI on Friday.

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