The second ODI between India and New Zealand is underway at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. India managed to post 324/4 in their 50 overs after Indian skipper Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat on what looked like a pretty good batting surface. New Zealand, in reply, have lost wickets at regular intervals not doing themselves any good chasing a mammoth total on board.
Meanwhile, MS Dhoni pulled off yet another sharp stumping to dismiss Ross Taylor in the 18th over of the innings off the bowling of Kedar Jadhav to give India their fourth wicket. Taylor was beaten all ends up by the flight and drift on the delivery.
His back foot came up ever so slightly just in time for MS Dhoni to remove the bails in a flash. It was another lightening piece of glovework from the veteran, who once again showed his brilliance behind the stumps.
Jadhav, who has so often been Virat Kohli’s go-to-man in the ODI format whenever the team requires a breakthrough, struck once again with the important wicket of Ross Taylor. Taylor was batting on 22 off 24 balls and was looking really dangerous in the middle. It needed something special to dismiss him, which was provided from MS Dhoni from behind the stumps.
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