With this victory, India took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. India were able to make amends for their defeat to New Zealand in the Twenty20 World Cup. Rohit, who hit five fours and two sixes in 36 balls, missed the half-century he deserved. Rohit was caught in a slow ball trap by Trent Boult. It can be said that Rohit fell in front of Bolt’s strategy. Now, India captain Rohit Sharma has reacted to Bolt’s tactical loss of wickets.
‘Bolt and I have played a lot of games together. I know he knows my weaknesses. The fights between the two are fun. I knew what he was going to do. I always tell him to cheat the batsman while playing with the Mumbai Indians. I knew he was going to throw a slow bouncer. But he tried to drop the ball over the top of the fielder. Unfortunately, that did not happen. I am very happy with the team’s success, ”said Rohit Sharma.
New Zealand star pacer Trent Bolch is currently with the Mumbai Indians in the IPL. Bolt is expected to perform well with the team in 2020 and 2021. Bolt, who finds good swing and pace in new ball, is also good at taking wickets.
Deepak Chahar | Deepak Chahar’s ‘Death Look’ Against Guptill; Prize of one lakh rupees
Guptill-Deepak Chahar horn-in was one of the thrilling moments in the first match of the India-New Zealand T20 series. Chahar was the last to win the fight between the players. The incident happened in the 18th over of the New Zealand innings.
Gupta welcomed Deepak Chahar with a ‘no look six’ off the first ball. The player who hit the sixer was staring at Chahar without even looking at where the ball was going. Gupta hit a 98m six. But Chappell’s reply to Guptill on the next ball.
Shreyas Iyer, who was fielding at the boundary line, was caught by Chahar Guptill while attempting to repeat the big shot on the next ball. After this, Chahar stared at the Kiwis batter and closed his eyes. It was the answer to the blink of an eye right after the sixes flew. Deepak Chahar’s ‘Death Look’ was chosen as the best moment of the match. Chahar earned Rs 1 lakh with this single look.