Ross Taylor’s impaired balance on Jadhav’s ball, Mahendra Singh Dhoni did the stumping – See Video

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While stumping, Mahendra Singh Dhoni
While stumping, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Photo source- screenshot)
 

Ross Taylor’s impaired balance on Jadhav’s ball, Mahendra Singh Dhoni did the stumping – See Video: India vs New Zealand, Ind vs NZ 2019 Schedule, Time Table, Squad: Indian captain Virat Kohli decided to bat first before winning the toss, after which Rohit and Dhawan gave the team a fantastic start. Rohit looked slightly uncomfortable in the first over of Trent Bolt but after that he played a catchy shot.

Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni stumped Ross Taylor against New Zealand on Saturday. On the first ball of the 18th over, Ross Taylor came out and wanted to play a big shot. This small mistake of Taylor’s delivery on Kedar Jadhav made him expensive and Dhoni stumped him without delay. Dhoni stumped Kedar Jadhav’s first ball to give India a fourth success. New Zealand started poorly after chasing the target of 325 runs from India Team opening opener Martin Guptill scored 15 runs. Guptill got Bhuvneshwar Kumar caught by catching him on the cheek. Captain Ken Williamson also got bowled on Mohammed Shami’s ball after this. Chawl sent Colin Munro to the pavilion by taking the LBW out. While Tom Latham’s wicket, Kuldeep Yadav has made his name.

Earlier, winning the toss, the Indian team scored brilliantly, scoring 324 runs in 50 overs losing four wickets. Indian captain Virat Kohli decided to bat first before winning the toss, after which Rohit and Dhawan gave the team a fantastic start. Rohit looked slightly uncomfortable in the first over of Trent Bolt but after that he played a catchy shot. Bolt’s first ball took the edge of Rohit’s ball and went for four runs from the wicketkeeper.

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Rohit-Dhawan shared 154 runs for the first wicket. However, Kohli missed the half-century in this match, and after scoring 43 runs from 45 balls, Sodhi was caught by Bolt’s ball, which ended his 64-run partnership with Rayudu. Kohli, despite crossing the 40-run score in the third match, failed to make the half-century. Rayudu, along with Dhoni, scored scores of 250 runs, but after 49 runs in 49 balls with the help of three fours and a six, he fired Fergusson’s ball in the air and caught him back.

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