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IND vs NZ: ICC fined Indian team, KL Rahul made this big mistake

India won the final match of the 5-match T20 series played at Bay Oval of Mount Mongunui on Sunday, but ICC had fined the Indian team heavily. Although Rohit Sharma was made the captain, this responsibility was handed over to Rahul during the New Zealand innings.

Captaining for the first time, KL Rahul could not complete 20 overs by the given time. Because of this reason ICC fined 20% of the match fees due to slow over-rate.

At the same time, the Indian team has been fined for the second consecutive match due to a slow over-rate. In the fourth match of the series, the Indian team was fined even more. Team India was fined 40% of the match fees for the match that went to Super over.
It is worth mentioning that Kohli was at rest for the final T20 match. In such a situation, the vice-captain Rohit Sharma had to take the responsibility of captaincy. However, he was injured while batting. For this reason, Rahul was appointed as the stand-in captain.

India created history by clean sweeping the Kiwi team in the 5 match series. India has become the first team ever to win 5-0 in a 5-match series. It was also India's first series win in New Zealand.

ICC T20 Rankings: KL Rahul moves up by 4 places, goes ahead of Kohli and Rohit


The ICC has released the latest rankings after the conclusion of the 5-match T20 series between India and New Zealand. KL Rahul, who was seen in tremendous form with the bat has gained significant jump in the latest ICC T20 rankings.

Rahul scored 224 runs in the 5 matches with 2 half-centuries. With this performance, Rahul has moved up to second place by overtaking Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. Rahul moved straight from the sixth position to the second position.

Now, Babar Azam of Pakistan is in the first place with 879 points while Rahul has 823 points. At the same time, Rohit Sharma is in 10th place and captain Virat Kohli is in 9th position. Before this series, Rohit was in the 13th position.

In the bowling rankings, fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has made a long jump. Bumrah has climbed 26 places to 11th position. Earlier, Bumrah was ranked 37th. But, no Indian bowler is included in the top-10.

Afghanistan's star bowler Rashid Khan is still in first place with 749 points while his teammate Mujeeb ur Rehman is in second place with 743 points. Apart from this, Mohammed Nabi is in first place in the all-rounders ranking.

IND vs NZ: Bumrah created a big world record, becomes the most unplayable bowler in T20


Jasprit Bumrah was heavily criticized in the third T20 match of the series against New Zealand. He not only gave too many runs in that match but also gave 17 runs in the super over. However, India won that match because of Rohit Sharma's brilliance in the super over.

In the 4th T20, Bumrah made a great comeback and bowled well in this match which once again reached the super over. And in the final T20 match of the series, Bumrah was seen in full rhythm and also won the 'Man of the Match' award.

Bumrah's superb bowling in the 5th T20:

In the fifth and final match of the series, Bumrah not only bowled well and picked 3 wickets for 12 runs but he also created a world record.

Actually, Bumrah has become the bowler with most maidens in the T20 Internationals and also the most unplayable bowler in T20s. He has bowled 7 maiden overs in 49 innings which is more than any bowler.
Before Bumrah, this record was in the name of Sri Lankan fast bowler Nuwan Kulasekara who had bowled 6 maidens in 58 innings. At number three in this list is Harbhajan Singh, who had bowled 5 maidens overs in just 27 innings.

IND vs NZ: KL Rahul does something which even Dhoni has never done, created 2 big records together


Indian cricket team went on to play without Virat Kohli in the fifth match of the T20 series against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui..in such situations Rohit Sharma step in has the Indian team captain.

Lokesh Rahul scored 45 off 33 balls, with this knock which he has created two big records to his name and even did something special which former Indian skipper MS Dhoni has never done in T20 cricket.

KL Rahul created two big records in this T20 series:

1. KL Rahul does something which even MS Dhoni never did before:

KL Rahul continued his excellent form in this series. He scored 224 runs in 5 innings with an astonishing average of 56 and scored his runs at the amazing strike rate of 144.52, this performance, helped KL Rahul won the 'Man of the Series' award.

Actually, KL Rahul has become the first Indian wicket-keeping batsmen to win the 'Man of the Series' award in T20 Internationals. No one as ever done this before, not even MS Dhoni.

2. Most runs in a bilateral T20 series for India:

KL Rahul (224) has become the highest run-scorer for India in any bilateral T20 Internationals series. Earlier, Virat Kohli had registered this record to his name, which he created in 2016 against Australia, where he scored 199 runs.

In this case, Kohli is also at number three, who scored 183 runs against the West Indies in 2019. But the thing to note here is that while Kohli scored these runs in the 3-match T20 series and Rahul did this in 5 match series.

IND vs NZ, 5th T20: India created history by winning the series 5-0, 8 Big records created


Despite the absence of skipper Viral Kohli in the final T20 match of the series played at the Oval, Team India defeated the hosts New Zealand by 7 wickets and won the 5-match series by 5-0.


Jasprit Bumrah wad adjudged 'Man of the Match' for his match-winning spell of 3 for 12. While KL Rahul won the 'Man of the Series' award, he scored 224 runs at an average of 56 in 5 innings.

India's Batting Performance:

Earlier, India won the toss and elected to bat first. Batting first, Sanju Samson opened the innings along with Lokesh Rahul, but Sanju could not stay long and returned to the pavilion after scoring just 2 runs in 5 balls.


Captain Rohit Sharma came to bat at number 3 and scored brilliant 60 runs off 41 balls. While in-form KL Rahul played a knock of 45 runs in 33 balls, and Shreyas Iyer contributed important 33 runs in 31 balls and helped India to post a decent total of 163 runs in 20 overs.
IND vs NZ, 5th T20: India created history by winning the series 5-0, 8 Big records created

New Zealand batting Performance:

In response, the Indian bowler started with a bang and picked 3 big wickets for just 17 runs with Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, and Tom Bruce all back to the pavilion.


Later, Tim Seifert and Ross Taylor then took over the innings and added 99 runs for the 4th wickets. Seifert and Ross Taylor scored a brilliant half-century, but could not take their team home and lost the match by 7 runs.

8 Big Record Broken During This Match:

1. KL Rahul became the first batsman to score 300 runs in T20 Internationals this year.

2. Rohit Sharma became the first Indian batsman to play 100 innings in T20 Internationals.


3. KL Rahul became the highest run-scorer in a bilateral series, he scored 224 runs in 5 innings.
IND vs NZ, 5th T20: India created history by winning the series 5-0, 8 Big records created
4. Rohit Sharma completed 14,000 runs in international cricket and became the 8th Indian player to achieve this record.

5. India became the first team to clean sweep a test playing nation in the T20 Internationals by 5-0.


6. Most bilateral series wins as captain (after 15 T20I series)

10 - Virat Kohli 
9 - Faf du Plessis 
7 - Eoin Morgan
6 - Darren Sammy
5 - MS Dhoni
7. First Team to whitewash Opponent:

5-0 In Test - Australia
5-0 In Odi - Westindies
5-0 In T20I - India*

8. Most defeats at home (T20Is)

23 New Zealand (59th Match)*
23 Sri Lanka (40)
22 Bangladesh (37)
22 South Africa (57)
21 Zimbabwe (24)

IND vs NZ, 3rd T20: Virat Kohli is only 25 runs away from breaking Dhoni's big record

Breaking records in any format of cricket for Virat Kohli is no longer a big deal and when he walks to bat against New Zealand in the third T20I match in Hamilton on Wednesday, he can break MS Dhoni's another big record.

The captain of the Indian cricket team is just 25 runs behind Dhoni in the list of highest run-scorers as captain in T20 Internationals. Kohli currently sits fourth behind MS Dhoni (1,112), New Zealand captain Kane Williamson (1148), and South Africa captain Faf du Plessis (1,273).
Apart from this, Virat Kohli stands just one half-century away from scoring the most fifty-plus scores in T20I as a captain. Kohli currently has scored eight 50 plus scores and on par with Du Plessis and Williamson.

The long list of records does not come to an end as Kohli can also become the second captain to score 50 sixes in T20Is. Before him, England's Eoin Morgan has achieved this feat for the first time. Kohli is currently seven sixes away from being included in that list.
The 'Men in Blue' have won the first two matches of the five-match T20I series which were played in Auckland. In the first match, India chased 204 runs in 19 overs, while the second match was a low-scoring affair.

KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, and Shreyas Iyer have starred with the bat. While Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja showed their talent with the ball. Now the third match of this series will be played in Hamilton on 29th January.

IND vs NZ: Indian team can make a major change in the 3rd T20, See the Probable XI


IND vs NZ: Indian team can make a major change in the 3rd T20, See Probable XI
The Indian team will face the struggling New Zealanders in the 3rd T20 match in Hamilton on Wednesday. Team India now need only 1 victory to win this 5-match T20 series and can take this momentum to clean sweep the series.

After their win in Auckland, Virat Kohli indicated that they would go with the same winning combination, but on Hamilton's flat track, India could make a major change in their bowling combination. So let's see what India's Probable XI might be for the 3rd T20.
Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul will open again for India, but Rohit has not done anything special in two matches and would like to make a comeback in this match. While Rahul is in fine form, he is scoring consistently at the top and becoming a match-winning contributor.

The Indian captain Virat Kohli has performed well in both the matches. Shreyas Iyer is establishing himself as India's number 4 batsmen in limited-overs cricket and this match will be another opportunity for him to improve his credibility.
Ravindra Jadeja was the star with the ball in the last match and he can be far more effective with his accuracy at Seddon Park. After a costly first match of the series, Shami made a comeback in the second match.

Yuzvendra Chahal has been very good in the middle overs and helps create a good rhythm for the team during this period.
Medium-pacer Shardul Thakur has not been best in this series. In such a situation, this is where India can go for the extra speed of Navdeep Saini. Saini can trouble New Zealand's batting order in the powerplay with his speed.

In the two matches of the series so far, Bumrah, who has given only two fours and a six in eight overs and give just 52 runs. Saini, Shami and Bumrah's combination can certainly create more problems for the hosts in the 3rd T20.

India's Probable Playing XI for 3rd T20:
IND vs NZ: Indian team can make a major change in the 3rd T20, See Probable XI

Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul (wk), Virat Kohli (c), Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Shivam Dube, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Navdeep Saini, Yuzvender Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah.

IND vs NZ: India beat New Zealand in 2nd T20, Rahul scores brilliant half century, 3 records created

In the second T20 International match which was between India and New Zealand in Auckland on 26 January. The Indian team once again trampled the hosts convincingly by 7 wickets.

After the stunning win in the first T20, the 'Men in Blue' tasted the victory again and took a 2-0 lead in the 5-match series. KL Rahul and Iyer continued from where they left from the last game for India and took the team to a comfortable win.

New Zealand Innings:

New Zealand won the toss and decided to bat first. The Kiwi innings faltered after a good start, they lost 4 wickets for 81 runs after losing the first wicket at 48.

After this, the Indian bowler kept the pressure on and restricted the host for 132/5 in the given 20 overs. For Jadeja picked 2 wickets, Shivam Dube, Jasprit Bumrah and Shardul Thakur took 1 wicket each.

India's innings:

In response to a modest target of 133 runs, India had a poor start. Rohit Sharma failed to play big innings again in the second T20 and scored just 8 runs. Indian captain Virat Kohli too could not do anything special and was dismissed for 11 runs.

While inform Rahul batted brilliantly at one end and scored his second consecutive half-century and remained unbeaten after scoring 57 off 50 balls. He was best supported by Shreyas Iyer, he scored 44 runs off 33 balls.

3 Big Record Broken During The Match:

1. Most catches for India in T20Is:

Rohit Sharma has become the third player from India to take the most catches in T20I. He has taken 40 catches in T20 Internationals so far.

42 - Suresh Raina
40 - Virat Kohli
40 - ROHIT SHARMA*

2. KL Rahul creates a special record:

Lokesh Rahul has become the first such wicketkeeper in T20I to score 2 consecutive half-centuries in his first two matches as a wicket-keeper.

3. Indian team is on a roar in New Zealand:

This is the first time India has defeated New Zealand in consecutive matches in T20 Internationals.

PAK vs BAN, 2nd T20: Pakistan thrashed Bangladesh by 9 wickets, becomes 1st team to achieve this record



In the 2nd T20Is match of the 3-match series between Pakistan and Bangladesh which was played in Lahore's Gaddafi Cricket Stadium on 25 January.


In this match, the Pakistani team outplayed the visitors in all 3 departments and won the match one-sidedly by 9 wickets and pocketed the series by taking 2-0 lead. This is Pakistan's first T20I series victory since October 2018.

Pakistan's new skipper Babar Azam scored a fantastic half-century, he scored 66 runs off 44 balls and was adjudged 'Player of the Match' award for his match-winning knock.
Earlier, Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat first. Batting first, Bangladesh could not take much advantage and managed only 136/6 in 20 overs. Tamim Iqbal batted well and scored 65 off 53 balls. For Pakistan, Mohammed Hasnain took 2 wickets for 20 runs.

In response, Pakistan lost the earlier wicket of Ahsan Ali at the score of 6 in the second over. But Captain Babar Azam (66*) & Mohammed Hafeez (67*) added 131 runs for the second wicket and achieved the target with 20 balls to spare.

2 Big Record Created During The 2nd T20 Match:

1. Pakistan becomes the first team to achieve this record:

After taking 6 wickets in the Bangladesh innings, Team Pakistan completed 900 wickets in T20 Internationals. With this record, they have become the first team to take 900 wickets in T20 Internationals.

2. Hafeez becomes the first Pakistani player to achieve this record:

Veteran player Mohammed Hafeez scored 67 off 47 deliveries which also includes 9 fours and 1 six. With this knock, Hafeez completed 200 fours in T20 Internationals and became the first Pakistani player to achieve this milestone.

U19 CWC: India thrashed New Zealand by 44 runs, Qualified for the quarter-finals

On Friday, India played their third match of the group stage against New Zealand at Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein. After winning the toss, the Black Caps asked the Men in Blue to bat first.

Batting first, The Priyam Garg-led team batted well and reached 100 runs without losing any wickets in 21 overs, but then it rained and it affected the match.

The match was reduced to 23 overs per over. The defending champions came back to bat again for just two overs and ended their innings at 115-0. Both the openers Yashasvi Jaiswal and Divyansh Saxena remained unbeaten, after scoring 57 and 52 respectively.
In response, New Zealand was given a revised target of 192. During the chase, the Kiwi team got off to a great start, as they reached 90 runs in just nine overs. But then came the spin duo of Atharva Ankolekar and Ravi Bishnoi, who broke the Kiwi batting order.

The two spinners shared seven wickets and helped India qualify for the quarter-finals. Bishnoi received the 'Player of the Match' award for another outstanding performance.
Apart from India and New Zealand match, there were two more matches in the competition, they were also affected by the rain.

Afghanistan played against Canada and the match was abandoned without a single ball, and since Afghanistan won the first two matches, they qualified for the quarter-finals.

In another match, which was played between Pakistan and Bangladesh, this match also ended in no result due to rain. Both teams shared points and qualified for the quarter-finals.

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