Is Rahul Dravid a Better Coach: India's Performance Change
In a three tier T-20 series between India and New Zealand, the first match has succeeded the former in beating NZ with a run over of seven wickets.
Yesterday's breathtaking clash, India finished off the game by beating NZ with seven wickets declaring a clinch of 2-0 for the entire series. The second blow to New Zealand was delivered at Ranchi in JSCA International Stadium Complex, yesterday, on November 19.
With the goal of beating a target of 154 runs, Rohit Sharma, and KL Rahul, the newly acquired formal captain and deputy for the blue team hurled over a century stand in the first wicket, to secure a steady respectful platform for India. Rahul and Rohit got dismissed till they have hit 65 and 55 runs, individually.
Suryakumar Yadav delivered a shockingly rare worst form for the match, but Rishabh Pant made sure India made it to the finishing line, with some more delay and climax in hand.
The last match was hurled over with a blow of 5 wickets from India. There's a famous saying that goes, 'Failure is the biggest lesson for life.' After staging such a remarkably low performance in Ice world cup, India's change in team captaincy and organisation, change with the coach is yielding better results for the blues.
Winning their luck in the toss, India decided to bowl in the first innings. With an electric start from Martin Guptill, NZ secured a run of 153/6 in 20 overs.
Guptill was dismissed at 31 by Deepak Chahar, and the blue spin duo of Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin tightened up the form for the Blackcaps.
Delivering an outstanding stand in bowling, Harshal Patel dropped the wickets for Daryl Mitchell and Glenn Phillips to further lower the game for the Kiwis.
NZ managed to gain back in their last over, with their captain, Tim Southee picking up the game form.
Along with Rahul and Rohit, Rishabh Pant's two consecutive sixes stole the deal for India.
India has now won the series with a clinch of 2-0. BCCI's stand off changing the Indian look has gotten an impressive start already.
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