Australia vs New Zealand, 2nd T20I, Dunedin, Thursday 25th February
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Australia tour of New Zealand, 2021
International cricket is back! It all starts with the Blackcaps taking on the West Indies to open the summer with three T20s including an opening night at Eden Park, and two Test Matches. The team then meet Pakistan in a packed schedule that features a Boxing Day Test Match at Bay Oval. We round out the season with a feast of white ball cricket as the Blackcaps face Australia in five T20s, before taking on Bangladesh in three ODI’s and three T20s.
Right! That's all from cycle 2. More than 400 runs in this game however the Kiwis continue to best Australia. They go 2-0 up in this arrangement. Cycle three will be played on 3rd March 2021. Australia have a lot to ponder and they have got a few days to do so before they take the field. The action will begin at 11.30 AM IST. We will search for your company then. For now, it is farewell from our end.Read More Australia tour of New Zealand 2021, aus vs nz 1st T20I.
The winning captain!!!
Kane Williamson says there were flashbacks of the last time (referring to Stoinis' 146 back in the 2016/17 ODI arrangement). Feels it was an amazing stand among him and Sams. Tells that things change rapidly on these short grounds and the margin is so small in this format. Figures on these grounds you are always in the game and they simply wanted to execute their plans and stay in the game. Adds it was great to play here and it was a great game. Notices it was an outstanding thump from Guptill and it was great to see his thump after some time yet the commitments from the others were also enjoyable to watch and it was a great effort from his side. Closures by saying it is a team that is growing and improving
Finchy shares his musings
Aaron Finch says it was a great game of cricket. Tells that they got into a decent situation with the partnership among Stoinis and Sams. Terms the stand between the two an awesome one. He feels Boult amazed a brilliant however he wishes his side might have dominated this match. States he does not feel they bowled badly however Guptill played astoundingly and with the platform set, the Kiwis batters cashed in. Closures by saying it is an awesome place to play cricket.
Player of the match
A lot of performances however the award goes to Martin Guptill for setting up the tone with a fine 97.
Guptill says he is somewhat cooked right now yet is pleased with his performance and is happy with the win. States Stoinis nearly did it before to them and he almost did it again. Adds that things have not worked out positively for him yet he is happy to get some time in the center as things were not going his way as of late. Expectations everybody had fun.
First innings summary!!!
Australia won the toss and asked the Kiwis to set a total. And the Kiwis did, a massive one, on the back of a sensational thump from Guptill. Captain Williamson upheld him well while Neesham played a wonderful hand to take the score above and beyond 200.
The Aussies glanced sluggish in the initial 15 overs with Guptill going large. Nonetheless, in the 17th and eighteenth over of the innings, they made a fine comeback, giving only 12 off those two. In any case, the final over expense them 20 and in hindsight, it cost them no doubt.
Almost discarded it!!!
After having the Aussies under the pump, the Kiwis allowed Stoinis and Sams to cut free. Any semblance of Sodhi, Jamieson and Southee were taken to the cleaners. Nonetheless, the eighteenth over bowled by Boult which cost the Kiwis only 6 meant that the asking rate touched the rooftop. Stoinis had to pull out all the stops and he fell in the process against Neesham in the last finished. The Kiwis would feel they have managed to get over the line, by.
Got to feel for Stoinis!!!
At the point when the Mass gets rolling, nobody dares to stop him. Indeed, he was eventually stopped by Neesham yet not before the Mass showed his solidarity. In the thirteenth over of the game, Australia were 113 for 6. Sams walked in and along with Stoinis went bang, bang. Marcus hit 5 sixes and 7 boundaries while Sams hit 4 biggies and 2 boundaries during the cracking stand. Stoinis contended energetically till the final over however missed the mark.