On Wednesday, India lost to New Zealand despite scoring a big score of 347/4 at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
Team India suffered defeat for the first time on the current New Zealand tour. On Wednesday, Virat Brigade lost to New Zealand despite scoring a big score of 347/4 at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
After the Kiwis were eliminated in the T20 series, the Virat Brigade made a disappointing start to the ODI series with a defeat. The second match of the three ODI series will be played in Auckland on 8 February.
The Kiwi team, which faced ‘whitewash’ in the T20 series, benefited from India’s directionless bowling. The Indians conceded 29 extra runs, of which 24 came from wide.
In the ODI ranking, world number-1 bowler Jasprit Bumrah has the highest number of 9 wides, while Mo. Shami cast 6 wide. Apart from these two, Shardul Thakur threw 2, Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav 1-1 wide.
Actually, after 13 years, Team India paid more than 20 runs (24) of the wide. In 2007, Team India gave 26 runs wide in one-day against Australia.
In the match held at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, Australia had scored 193 runs in the first game, in which 26 runs came from wide. Then RP Singh had bowled 9 wide balls, while Zaheer Khan made 5 wides. Although India won that ODI by 2 wickets.