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Indian bowlers dominate the New Zealand Field: India vs New Zealand, Ind vs NZ 2019 Schedule, Time Table, Squad: Indian bowlers are constantly working to impress everyone with their bowling. Especially the performance of Mohammed Shami and Kuldeep Yadav has increased from expectation.

After being surrounded by controversy over the last few weeks, India, with the help of effective bowling attacking hearty Pandya, returned to New Zealand by 243 runs on Monday in the third one-dayer. Captain Virat Kohli has repeatedly said that due to Pandya’s stay, there is a balance in the team and today it is also noticed. New Zealand batsmen could not face Indian attack on slow pitch Ross Taylor (93 runs in 106 balls) and Tom Latham (51 off 64 balls) did not have any major partnership except for a fourth wicket partnership of 119 runs. For India, Mohammed Shami has taken 3/41 in nine overs and has almost convinced the replacement of the third fast bowler for the World Cup. He sealed Colin Munro (seven) in the slips by Rohit Sharma and gave New Zealand the first blow. Bhuvneshwar Kumar trapped Martin Guptill in the hands of Dinesh Karthik behind the wicket Due to Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s injury in the muscle, Karthik is playing in his place.

Ken Williamson (28) could not convert good starts into a big innings. Pandey took his catch in the midwicket off Yogwendra Chahal Chahal took two wickets for 51 runs in nine overs. Pandya dismissed Henri Nicholas and Mitchell Starcher in the lower order in two consecutive overs. He had scored only nine runs in five overs in spell. Indian bowlers on New Zealand’s ground are already being dominated by matches.

Indian bowlers are constantly working to impress everyone with their bowling. Especially the performance of Mohammed Shami and Kuldeep Yadav has increased from expectation. To remain in the series for New Zealand, winning this match is very important.