Player of the Match
Player of the Match
    1.6 there's the wicket that has been brought about by uncertainty outside off. Guptill is squared up as he jabs at the length delivery that flies to Rohit at second slip. There was a juggle, but he managed to hold on. Excellent comeback from Pandya 14/1
    not out
    4.6 it doesn't come much simpler than that at third man. Width on offer, Williamson slashed and the edge flew straight down Mishra's throat. He didn't have to move an inch. 29/2
    6.1 got 'im first ball. What a jaffa from Umesh Yadav. On a good length outside off, the ball moves away just enough, like it has been doing all afternoon. Taylor sees the length, thinks he can lay bat on ball but the out swing takes the edge of his prodding bat. Not much can be done about that to be fair. India's seamers on point so far, extracting just enough away movement 33/3
    10.4 superb catch from Umesh! A tad too exuberant from Anderson. Full and wide outside off, was there to be hit but Anderson couldn't quite get under that. Hammers his drive straight to Umesh at mid-off, who dives to his right and somehow clings on to his reverse-cupped catch at head height. Wrong shot selection. Latham has been timing those cover drives all day. Anderson looked to muscle it. 43/4
    12.1 this is catching practice to say the least. Ronchi checked his shot and ended up flicking it straight to Umesh at mid-on. This was much simpler and came straight back at him at a friendly pace. Ronchi's bat face turned slightly, perhaps done in for pace again. What a debut Hardik Pandya is having 48/5
    18.3 he was denied a wicket in the last over, but it doesn't cost India much. This one holds onto the surface just a touch and Neesham chips the simplest of return catches to the bowler. First ODI wicket for Jadhav 65/6
    18.4 two in two! Unbelievable, isn't it? This one skids straight on, Santner shapes to cut but it was too close for him to play it and only managed a faint tickle through to Dhoni. Kedar on a hat-trick and he can't believe his luck. 65/7
    31.5 and that should be out! Certainly looked like it lobbed to midwicket. The question is whether it was a bump ball. Tosses up on middle and leg, Bracewell comes to the pitch, gets there but is undone by the length. Ends up chipping a simple catch to Rahane at midwicket, who was certain it wasn't a bump ball. Does not lob up to a fielder if it is hit into the ground. NZ slump further 106/8
    41.3 why would you try to do that when runs are coming quite easily? Beyond me. Anyway, Southee looks to go over long-on but the turn does him in as the leading edge skews towards Pandey, who takes a good catch running backwards from cover. End of a super stand, a super revival for NZ, but is it enough? 177/9
    43.5 the top spinner has done the trick for Mishra. You expect Sodhi, of all people, to pick those but he had no clue whatsoever. Shapes to cut but the ball kept coming back in to hit the pad and he was trapped plumb in front of middle. Umpire Shamsuddin won't get to make easier decisions than that 190/10
    11 (b 2, lb 1, w 8)
    190 all out (43.5 Overs, RR: 4.33)
    Fall of wickets: 1-14 (Martin Guptill, 1.6 ov), 2-29 (Kane Williamson, 4.6 ov), 3-33 (Ross Taylor, 6.1 ov), 4-43 (Corey Anderson, 10.4 ov), 5-48 (Luke Ronchi, 12.1 ov), 6-65 (James Neesham, 18.3 ov), 7-65 (Mitchell Santner, 18.4 ov), 8-106 (Doug Bracewell, 31.5 ov), 9-177 (Tim Southee, 41.3 ov), 10-190 (Ish Sodhi, 43.5 ov)
    UT Yadav803123.87322130
    HH Pandya703134.42296000
    JJ Bumrah812903.62344020
    KM Jadhav30622.00120000
    AR Patel914104.55292130
    A Mishra8.504935.54264200
    9.2 was looking to flick that over cow corner, but missed the full delivery altogether. He was hit on the back pad too, which meant the ball didn't have to travel much. That would have crashed into middle and leg, as umpire Bruce Oxenford confirmed. 49/1
    12.1 loose shot and Rahane's gone. This was way outside off for him to try and get a bat to, but Rahane pokes at that and gets an edge that is taken superbly by Ronchi diving to his right. The bounce did the trick for Neesham 62/2
    not out
    19.3 goes back to whip it over midwicket, but ends up picking Williamson there. As easy as they come. This was short, he was working it across the line but got it off the top part of the bat. 102/3
    28.4 MS is run-out. Total breakdown in communication between the pair. Tossed up outside off, Dhoni comes down and misses his flick. The ball ricochets away towards cover off the pad. MS looks at Kohli, Kohli thinks and thinks and thinks. In the meantime, Dhoni is waiting in the middle of the pitch for conformation. Gets a negative response from Kohli, but way too late, especially because Guptill is quick to the ball. Lobs the ball back to the keeper with Dhoni stranded mid-pitch. Kohli is distraught with his decision. 162/4
    not out
    14 (lb 1, w 13)
    194/4 (33.1 Overs, RR: 5.84)
    Fall of wickets: 1-49 (Rohit Sharma, 9.2 ov), 2-62 (Ajinkya Rahane, 12.1 ov), 3-102 (Manish Pandey, 19.3 ov), 4-162 (MS Dhoni, 28.4 ov)
    TG Southee905706.33316120
    DAJ Bracewell824415.50335210
    JDS Neesham604016.66244160
    IS Sodhi4.103418.1662100
    MJ Santner601803.00211000

Match Details


India , elected to field first

Player Of The Match

Series result

India led the 5-match series 1-0

Match number


Hours of play (local time)

13.30 start, First Session 13.30-17.00, Interval 17.00-17.45, Second Session 17.45-21.15

Match days

16 October 2016 - day/night match (50-over match)

ODI debut

TV Umpires

Reserve Umpire

Match Notes

Chasing under the lights


No. of fifty-plus scores by Virat Kohli while chasing in day/night ODIs from just 70 inns. Only Sachin Tendulkar has more such scores - 34 from 107 inns.

Latham carries the bat


No. of batsmen before Tom Latham to carry their bats in an ODI innings. Latham is the first NZ batsman to do so.

NZ's highest at No.10 & 11


No. of NZ batsmen who had made a fifty batting at No.10 or 11 in ODIs before Tim Southee. Previous highest was 44* by Kyle Mills v Australia, in 2004.

Latham shows up for NZ


No. of fifties in seven international innings on this tour of India by Tom Latham. No other NZ batsman has got more than one.

Only time before


Last and only time before this a team had lost 5 wickets in a ODI for a lower score against India in India. ZIM were 5 down for 47 in Mumbai on that occasion.

Taylor's woes continue


Number of ducks by Ross Taylor in his last eight innings in international cricket. This was his third duck of this India tour.

Six in a row


Last time India lost an ODI at home to NZ, which was in Cuttack. They have a 6-0 win-loss record at home against NZ since then.