Thursday, 30 January 2020

India vs New Zealand - 3rd T20 Match Exciting Summery with Super over

India vs New Zealand - 3rd T20 Match Exciting Summery with Super over

India vs New Zealand - 3rd Match Exciting Summery
India vs New Zealand - 3rd Match Exciting Summery

Team India scored 179 for 5 wickets in 20 overs in the third T20 against New Zealand. Opener Rohit Sharma and captain Virat Kohli played an important role in reaching this score. Rohit hit 6 fours and 3 sixes, where he scored 65 runs off 40 balls. At the same time, Virat scored 38 runs off 27 balls. He hit 2 fours and a six during his innings. Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma not only brought their team to a respectable score, but both also made many records.

Virat Kohli is already at number one in the list of highest run scorers in T20 International. Now he has become the highest run scorer as a captain. He broke the record of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, former captain of Indian cricket team. Virat has now scored 2745 runs in T20 International.

Now Virat Kohli as captain has scored 1125 runs in T20 International matches. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has scored 1112 runs in 72 T20 Internationals at an average of 37.06. Rohit Sharma is at number three. He has scored 652 runs in 18 matches at an average of 38.35. At the top of this case is South African captain Fof Duplesey.

Rohit Sharma has become the world's 21st and India's fourth batsman to score more than 10,000 runs in international matches as an opener (batting first and second). But in one case they have become number one. Rohit has an average of more than 50 runs as an opener. He is the first opener in the world to score more than 10,000 runs, with an average of 50 or more.

Rohit Sharma scored 26 runs off 5 balls, FIFTY studded for less than 25 balls for the fourth time

Rohit Sharma
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Rohit Sharma was able to score a total of 15 runs in the first two matches of the T20 series against New Zealand. However, in the third T20, he trounced the Kiwi bowlers. He hit a half-century off 23 balls. However, he could not break the record of scoring half-centuries on the fewest balls, but definitely achieved the feat of scoring less than 25 balls for the fourth time in a T20 career. Rohit scored a 22-ball half-century in 2016 against West Indies at Lauderhill ground. Rohit has scored a half-century for the third time off 23 balls in T20 International.

Rohit scored a half-century off 23–23 balls against the West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium in Bangladesh and Mumbai in Rajkot last year. Now he completed his half-century off 23 balls against New Zealand on 22 January 2020 in Hamilton. In this match, Rohit scored 24 runs in the first 18 balls, while scoring 26 runs in the next five balls to complete his half-century. He did this in the over of Hamish Bennett.

Hamish bowled the sixth over of the Indian innings. KL Rahul took one run off his first ball. Next ball bowled to Rohit Sharma. Rohit made a six by pulling towards backward square leg. On the third ball, Rohit hit a six off long off. The fourth ball was slightly short, but Rohit played it towards the backward point. The ball reached the boundary line with a bounce.

Hamish kept his 5th ball a bit wide, but where was Rohit supposed to agree. He stepped out of the crease and shot towards the off side. The ball also crossed the boundary line and Rohit added 4 runs to his account. The last ball of the over was hammered wide, but Rohit hit a six on it as well.

Rohit Sharma thus scored 26 runs off 5 balls from Hamish and completed his half-century. In this match, Rohit was dismissed after scoring 65 runs off 40 balls. He had 6 fours and 3 sixes in it. Rohit's T20 International now has 2713 runs in 107 matches. It also includes his 4 centuries.

Rohit Sharma told his game plan, said - wait for the bowler's mistake

After this performance in the Superover, Rohit Sharma said that he landed with a little uncertainty as he had never batted in such conditions before. Hitman said that I did not know what to do. Whether to take long shots from the first ball or take a couple of runs.

But I wanted to be at the crease and wait for a mistake from the bowler. India needed 18 runs to win in the superover. At the same time, India needed 10 runs off the last two balls to win.

He said that there were no runs scored in the first two matches, so today I wanted to score runs in this match. Rohit made a half-century in this match in 23 balls. Please tell that due to Rohit's 65-run innings, India had set a target of 180 runs in front of New Zealand.

In response, Williamson tied the match by playing an innings of 95 runs. But India won the match with Rohit Magic and won the series.

Here are the new rules of super over:

  • Every team throws an over in a super over.
  • A team can have a maximum of three players participating. The names of the players have to be mentioned before batting.
  • The team batting in the second innings in the match has to bat first in the super over.
  • No single player can bat both and bowlers.
  • The innings is over as soon as any team falls 2 wickets in a super over.
  • If the Duckworth Lewis rule had to be applied, the team that scored more runs on the last ball of the super over was declared the winner.
  • The bowling team has the freedom to choose from which end it starts.
  • A super over is a tie over again and continues until a clear result of the match.
  • Runs and wickets taken in super overs are not added to the players' records.