New Zealand vs Australia cricket news

New Zealand Vs Australia Live Score (T20) full scorecard, cricket score and updates. Get all latest cricket match results, scores and statistics, with complete

New Zealand vs Australia cricket news
New Zealand vs Australia cricket news

New Zealand Vs Australia Live Score (T20) full scorecard, cricket score and updates. Get all latest cricket match results, scores and statistics, with complete

1st T20I, Christchurch, Monday 22nd February, 9:00 AM
australia
Australia Score / 131 (17.3)
New Zealand
New Zealand Score / 184/5 (20.0)
New Zealand beat Australia by 53 runs

2nd T20I, Dunedin, Thursday 25th February, 4:00 AM
australia
Australia Score / 215/8 (20.0)
New Zealand
New Zealand Score / 219/7 (20.0)
New Zealand beat Australia by 4 runs

3rd T20I, Wellington, Wednesday 3rd March, 9:00 AM
australia
Australia Score / 208/4 (20.0)
New Zealand
New Zealand Score /144 (17.1)
Australia beat New Zealand by 64 runs

4th T20I, Auckland, Friday 5th March, 9:00 AM
australia
Australia Score / 156/6 (20.0)
New Zealand
New Zealand Score / 106 (18.5)
Australia beat New Zealand by 50 runs

5th T20I, Mount Maunganui, Sunday 7th March, 6:00 AM
australia
Australia Score / 142/8 (20.0)
New Zealand
New Zealand Score / 143/3 (15.3)
New Zealand beat Australia by 7 wickets

Dream11 Recommended XI: Glenn Maxwell, Ashton Agar, Devon Conway, Ish Sodhi, Martin Guptill, Kane Richardson, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, Tim Southee, James Neesham, Kane Williamson
Captain: Devon Conway Vice-Captain: Ashton Agar
My11Circle Recommended XI: Glenn Maxwell, Ashton Agar, Devon Conway, Ish Sodhi, Martin Guptill, Kane Richardson, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, James Neesham, Mitchell Marsh, Kane Williamson
Captain: Devon Conway Vice-Captain: Ashton Agar

Goodbye

Right then! Kane Williamson collects the trophy and poses with his teammates after winning the series 3-2. It was an exciting series and we loved bringing you the coverage. New Zealand now will face Bangladesh in 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is starting with from the 20th March while Australia will return home. Tilll sometime later, cheers and take care. 

Kane Williamson has a chat! 

Kane Williamson says it was a hard-battled series, finishing three games on a surface was a challenge and it was pleasing to progress admirably and win the series. States they know how strong the Aussies are, they simply wanted to place in a decent show here after a helpless one in the last game and he is happy they could progress admirably. Mentions when three games are played on a surface you know the approach needed to play on it and they adapted well here. Thanks the Australian team to come here in these tough occasions. 

Disappointed, captain? 

Aaron Finch says that they were not aggressive enough with the bat and if they had got 160 to 170, they may have had a chance. Adds that Santner bowled beautifully and did not allow them to get a decent start. Says that they constantly improved from game 1 and it would have been nice to win the series but credits New Zealand for playing really well. 

Ish Sodhi - the Man of the Series! 

Ish Sodhi says on these conditions you should be aggressive and the young men who bowled first up created great pressing factor. Mentions it is all about adaptability, it turned a little in the last game but this was a superior wicket and the batters batted well to chase this down. Adds he was benefiting from the pressing factor creating by the other bowlers. Finishes by saying everyone did a great work, even Chapman who took the important wicket of Maxwell. 

Martin Guptill - the Man of the Match! 

Martin Guptill says that the other night they failed but they came out with determination in this game and is happy that they won. Goes onto say that they did not pursue Australia's bowlers from ball one but is happy that he could play an innings like that. Adds that he confided in his instinct. 

Stay tuned for the presentation ceremony! 

Not Australia's day! 

The Australian bowlers needed wickets on regular intervals if they were to win this game, they did get 3 but it was a little too late as the damage was already done. The spinners did not get a great deal out of the wicket and it was by all accounts skidding on nicely when the pacers bowled. One simply has to feel that the Aussies did not have enough on the board. 

Brilliant from the Kiwis! 

The key however was the start the hosts' openers got them off to. The transition to open with Conway worked. The left-hand, right-hand combination did some incredible things as the two added more than 100 which pretty much sealed the deal for the Kiwis. Glenn Phillips for certain meaty blows, added the finishing touch.