Martin Kapil’s batting and Santner’s superb bowling helped New Zealand to a thrilling 4-0 victory in the 2nd T20I match against Australia in Dunedin today.
Batting first, New Zealand added 219 for 7 in 20 overs. The Australians set a target of 220 for victory, losing 215 for 8 in 20 overs and losing by 4 runs. The Man of the Match award was presented to Martin Kapil.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Steinish, Daniel on the Australian team Sams The action of the two made the fans sit on the edge of the seat. At the same time, Kapil’s pose stunned the audience.
Steinish was dismissed for 78 off 37 balls. This includes 5 sixes and 7 fours. Daniel Sams was unbeaten on 41 off 15 balls with 4 sixes and 2 fours. The duo combined for the 7th wicket, forming a 92-run partnership.
Martin is the opening player for the New Zealand team In the cup He returned to his wild form. Played in action In the cup He was bowled out for 97 off 50 balls. This includes 8 sixes and 6 fours.
Captain Kane Williamson was out for 53 off 35 balls. The match between the two gave New Zealand the biggest score.
The win puts New Zealand 2-0 up in the five-match T20 series.
In the cup for the New Zealand team that batted first, Shepard started the game. Shepherd took the wicket of Richardson bowling for 3 runs. Williamson for the 3rd wicket, In the cup The pair took the game by the hand.
Returning to his normal jungle, he made his Australian bowling debut and flew fours and sixes. Half-century off 27 balls In the cup Completed. Williamson hit a half-century off 32 balls.
Williamson added 53 as Samba bowled the ball. Both for the 2nd wicket, split by 130 runs. Nisham, who came next, drove to compensate for the cup.
Crushing Australian bowling In the cup He missed the century by 3 runs. In the cup Adding 97 runs off 50 balls Sams Returned to the pavilion in bowling. Phillips (9) followed with Conway (2), Santner (0) and Saudi (6), who were quick to take wickets in the last match.
New Zealand lost 2 wickets for 173 runs and lost 5 wickets for the next 48 runs. At the end of 20 overs, New Zealand added 219 runs for the loss of 7 wickets. Richardson took 3 wickets for Australia.
The Australian team started with a tough target of 220 runs to win. Although Matthew and Aaron Pinch both started the action, it didn’t last long. Matthew Wade lost the wicket in Saudi bowling by 24 runs. Pinch was out for 12 runs in the test bowling.
Maxwell, who was bought for Rs 14.25 crore in the IPL series, was bowled out for 3 this time. Austin Agar (0) and Mitchell Marsh (0) both took wickets in Santner bowling. The Australian team was on the verge of defeat, losing 6 wickets for 113 runs in 13 overs.
But, Steinish, Daniel for the 7th wicket Sams The pair changed the course of the game. I never imagined that the two would take the game so close to victory.
Slowly the game was in the hands of New Zealand until the 13th over and both shifted to the side of the Australian team.
Steinish, Sams The duo together crushed New Zealand bowling in the last 7 overs. It took 78 runs to win the last 5 overs.
In the 16th over, Saudi bowled Sams With 3 sixes, Steinish hit a four to reduce the excitement. Steinish hit two fours in the 17th over off Jameson. Sams A six also changed the course of the game. Steinish hit a half-century off 22 balls.
Trent Bolt, who bowled the 18th over, controlled the Aussies’ run rate with just 6 runs. This over was the turning point of the game.
It took 15 runs to win the last over. Deep Mid wicket in the first ball of the last over thrown by Nisham Sams Holes caught the ball to score. Sams He was out for 41 runs. Steinish hit no runs in the next two balls. Stainish hit a six off the 4th ball. In the 5th ball, Steinish gave a catch to Saudi in the direction of Long On and was dismissed for 78 runs. The game ended with Richardson hitting 4 off the last ball.
In 20 overs, the Australian team lost 8 wickets for 215 runs and lost by 4 runs. Neesham took 2 wickets and Santner took 4 wickets for New Zealand.