IND vs NZ: After winning the series, Indian players slogan ‘House de Josh’ in Wellington, See Video

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India vs New Zealand, Ind vs NZ 2019 Schedule, Time Table, Squad: After winning the series against New Zealand, Indian players were also seen supporting Wellington ‘House the Josh’. After winning the series, this dialogue of Uri film between Team India players became the subject of discussion.

A dialogue of Bollywood actor Wiki Kaushal’s ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ has been getting quite a lot of these days. In this film, for motivating the soldiers of the Wiki army, they are called ‘house the Josh’, in exchange, the jawan also responds by saying a high sir. After winning the series against New Zealand, Indian players were also seen supporting Wellington ‘House the Josh’. After winning the series, this dialogue of Uri film between Team India players became the subject of discussion. Kedar Jadhav shouted slogans at the time of the award ceremony after the award Ceremoni, in response to the players of Team India who responded with ‘High Sir’. After this victory, the team’s regular captain Virat Kohli also praised the team’s emotions on Twitter. India’s fast bowler Mohammed Shami was the man of the series award for a total of 9 wickets in the series.

Explain that India scored a challenging 252 for victory against New Zealand in the absence of top order and one more failure due to the explosive batting of Ambati Rayudu’s big half-century innings and the last moments of Hardik Pandya. India decided to bat first before winning the toss, but it soon got score 18 runs in four wickets. There was pressure to perform well in the Indian middle order, Ryudu handled the team from here and reached the score of 252.

New Zealand’s start to chase 253 runs was also poor, the start of New Zealand was also poor. Mohammed Shami (2/35) gave New Zealand the top slot while Yuswendra Chahal (3/41), Pandya (50 runs for two) and Jadhav (one for 34 runs) did not give the middle-order batsmen a chance to make the innings. . The whole team of New Zealand was all out for 217 runs.