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New Zealand vs India, 1st Semi-final at Manchester, Jul 09 2019, ICC Cricket World Cup

1st Semi-final, Manchester, July 09 - 10, 2019, ICC Cricket World Cup
(49.3/50 ov, T:240) 221

New Zealand won by 18 runs

Player Of The Match
New Zealand Innings
India Innings
Match Flow
New Zealand  (50 ovs maximum)
c Kohli b Bumrah11415007.14
b Jadeja2851872054.90
c Jadeja b Chahal67951376070.52
run out (Jadeja)74901303182.22
c Karthik b Pandya1218281066.66
c †Dhoni b Kumar16101920160.00
c Jadeja b Kumar1011220090.90
not out 961310150.00
c Kohli b Kumar1260050.00
not out 33600100.00
Extras(lb 5, w 13)18
TOTAL50 Ov (RR: 4.78)239/8
Did not bat:
Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Martin Guptill, 3.3 ov), 2-69 (Henry Nicholls, 18.2 ov), 3-134 (Kane Williamson, 35.2 ov), 4-162 (James Neesham, 40.6 ov), 5-200 (Colin de Grandhomme, 44.4 ov), 6-225 (Ross Taylor, 47.6 ov), 7-225 (Tom Latham, 48.1 ov), 8-232 (Matt Henry, 48.6 ov)
44.4 to C de Grandhomme, suckered by the slower ball! Deceived through the air, his arms were already fully cocked for a massive wipe through the line, so instead he leans back for a cramped dink through third man, but merely feathers an edge to Dhoni. Poor shot, key breakthrough. He had the levers to do damage in the final five. 200/5
48.1 to TWM Latham, absolutely belted out through midwicket, and a sensational take from Jadeja! Latham seized on the length, sizing up the agenda-setting six, but Jaddu tracked back, leapt high, plucked it in two hands, and kept his balance inside the rope to make it two wickets in two balls, and both the set men!. 225/7
48.6 to MJ Henry, crashed mightily into the leg side ... but not mighty enough! Too much elevation on the stroke, not enough length to the longest part of the ground, and Kohli, 20 metres in, swallows the catch ... two wickets in the over, and now it's all down to Santner as he's joined by the tail. 232/8
3.3 to MJ Guptill, edged and gone! Bumrah's cobra-like zip off a tight off-stump line, snags the outside edge of a back-foot flinch, and that's a tremendous take from Kohli at second slip! Utterly flying, and he clings on with a shimmy to his left, high in front of his face. 1/1
40.6 to JDS Neesham, a massive mow, out to the leg side! Who wants this ... Karthik is the man! It's a steepling leading edge, looming out of the floodlights, but he steadies himself for a very cool take to end the stay of a dangerous customer. 162/4
18.2 to HM Nicholls, Jadeja finds sharp turn and barges through Nicholls' gate! Good length, starts outside off, breaks back in and bounces, Nicholls aims to defend off the front foot, but, perhaps, he did not expect it to spin this much. Jadeja breaches his defences. The middle stump is knocked back. Excellent bowling from Jadeja. 69/2
35.2 to KS Williamson, slapped to point! Chahal tosses one up, Williamson is lured into the slash, but it sticks in the surface, turns to scuff the outside edge, and it's a simple looping catch to Jadeja, and a massive moment in this semi-final!. 134/3
India  (T: 240 runs from 50 ovs)
c †Latham b Henry17180014.28
c †Latham b Henry1470025.00
lbw b Boult1680016.66
c de Grandhomme b Santner3256894057.14
c Neesham b Henry625291024.00
c Williamson b Santner3262812051.61
run out (Guptill)50721141169.44
c Williamson b Boult77598444130.50
b Ferguson0110000.00
c †Latham b Neesham55810100.00
not out 00400-
Extras(lb 3, w 13)16
TOTAL49.3 Ov (RR: 4.46)221
Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Rohit Sharma, 1.3 ov), 2-5 (Virat Kohli, 2.4 ov), 3-5 (KL Rahul, 3.1 ov), 4-24 (Dinesh Karthik, 9.6 ov), 5-71 (Rishabh Pant, 22.5 ov), 6-92 (Hardik Pandya, 30.3 ov), 7-208 (Ravindra Jadeja, 47.5 ov), 8-216 (MS Dhoni, 48.3 ov), 9-217 (Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 48.6 ov), 10-221 (Yuzvendra Chahal, 49.3 ov)
2.4 to V Kohli, Boult belts out an appeal for lbw, umpire Illingworth raises his finger. Boult flashes a big grin... but wait Kohli has reviewed this. Full again, starts on leg stump and swings back in towards middle. Kohli stretches across and plays around his front pad. Pinged on the front pad just above the knee-roll. This looks close, and the tracker returns umpire's call on leg stump. Game on like Donkey Kong. 5/2
47.5 to RA Jadeja, It's a skier. Who would you want settling under it with a spot in the final on the line? Of course, it's Williamson. On a length and outside off, in the slot to be put away, but Boult gives no pace, rolling his fingers across it. Jadeja gets more height as opposed to distance and Williamson grabs it nonchalantly at long-off. 208/7
1.3 to RG Sharma, What a cracker from Matt Henry. Rohit gone in the second over. Fuller than a good length, angling in towards off stump, straightening away so very late. The tight line teases Rohit into feeling for the ball with his feet rooted to the crease. Rohit has a tendency to fiddle with such balls early in his innings. The first couple of balls simply came in with the angle, but this one curved away. He is squared up and can only feather is behind to Latham. 4/1
3.1 to KL Rahul, Rahul nicks off too. Latham, you beauty, he throws himself to his right and grabs it with both hands in front of Taylor at first slip. Good length, angling in from over the wicket and bending away outside off. Rahul would have been better off had he left it alone. He is caught between leaving and playing. In the end, he does a bit of both and tickles it behind. 5/3
9.6 to KD Karthik, Carved away in the air...and Neesham pulls off a zinger of a catch at backward point. He throws himself to his left, the ball dies on him, but he still completes the one-hander and is mobbed by his team-mates. He watched the 2015 World Cup semi-final at the Eden Park grass banks. Here he is pulling off a screaming catch. Bona fide contender for the catch of the tournament. Pitched up and outside off, Karthik drives in the air. Then it's time to #UnleashtheNeesh. 24/4
48.6 to B Kumar, 121ks slower dipper from Lockie Ferguson. Suckers Bhuvneshwar and bowls him. Floated in, looks like a back-of-the-hand variation, beats the outside edge and makes a mess of Bhuvneshwar's stumps. 217/9
49.3 to YS Chahal, Neesham closes out the game for New Zealand and puts them in the final. Shortish, another legcutter variation from Neesham. Chahal wants to swing this into the other Old Trafford, but he can only snick it behind. He was given out, Chahal went for the review, but he's gone. India are gone. 221/10
22.5 to RR Pant, patience pays off, and Pants succumbs! A wild heave across the line, finally deciding that something had to give, but de Grandhomme was perfectly stationed inside the rope at cow corner, and that is a hugely timely breakthrough for New Zealand!. 71/5
30.3 to HH Pandya, Pandya has been utterly suckered! The drip-drip-drip of Santner's line and length lures him into a wild, massive, woolly, awful slog across the line.. It's gone miles in the air, Williamson circles under it at midwicket, steadies himself well, and flops to the turf on impact to complete a massive wicket! Dhoni won't win this without anyone to stay with him!. 92/6
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  • New Zealand innings
  • Over 0.1: Review by India (Bowling), Umpire - RK Illingworth, Batsman - MJ Guptill (Struck down)
  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 27 runs, 1 wicket)
  • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 40.0 (Mandatory - 128 runs, 2 wickets)
  • New Zealand: 50 runs in 13.6 overs (84 balls), Extras 2
  • Drinks: New Zealand - 52/1 in 14.0 overs (HM Nicholls 23, KS Williamson 26)
  • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 63 balls (HM Nicholls 23, KS Williamson 26, Ex 2)
  • New Zealand: 100 runs in 28.1 overs (169 balls), Extras 11
  • KS Williamson: 50 off 79 balls (4 x 4)
  • 3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 73 balls (KS Williamson 24, LRPL Taylor 22, Ex 4)
  • Drinks: New Zealand - 122/2 in 33.0 overs (KS Williamson 58, LRPL Taylor 22)
  • New Zealand: 150 runs in 38.6 overs (234 balls), Extras 14
  • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 - 50.0 (Mandatory - 84 runs, 5 wickets)
  • LRPL Taylor: 50 off 73 balls (2 x 4, 1 x 6)
  • Over 44.1: Review by New Zealand (Batting), Umpire - RA Kettleborough, Batsman - LRPL Taylor (Upheld)
  • New Zealand: 200 runs in 44.3 overs (267 balls), Extras 17
  • Rain: New Zealand - 211/5 in 46.1 overs (LRPL Taylor 67, TWM Latham 3)
  • End Of Day: New Zealand - 211/5 in 46.1 overs (LRPL Taylor 67, TWM Latham 3)
  • Reserve day used.
  • Innings Break: New Zealand - 239/8 in 50.0 overs (MJ Santner 9, TA Boult 3)
  • India innings
  • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 24 runs, 4 wickets)
  • Over 2.4: Review by India (Batting), Umpire - RK Illingworth, Batsman - V Kohli (Struck down - Umpires Call)
  • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 40.0 (Mandatory - 126 runs, 2 wickets)
  • Drinks: India - 43/4 in 15.0 overs (RR Pant 20, HH Pandya 9)
  • India: 50 runs in 16.5 overs (101 balls), Extras 6
  • Drinks: India - 92/6 in 30.3 overs (MS Dhoni 10)
  • India: 100 runs in 32.3 overs (195 balls), Extras 10
  • 7th Wicket: 50 runs in 52 balls (MS Dhoni 13, RA Jadeja 36, Ex 4)
  • India: 150 runs in 39.6 overs (240 balls), Extras 14
  • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 - 50.0 (Mandatory - 71 runs, 4 wickets)
  • RA Jadeja: 50 off 39 balls (3 x 4, 3 x 6)
  • 7th Wicket: 100 runs in 90 balls (MS Dhoni 24, RA Jadeja 69, Ex 7)
  • India: 200 runs in 46.3 overs (279 balls), Extras 16
  • MS Dhoni: 50 off 72 balls (1 x 4, 1 x 6)
  • Over 49.3: Review by India (Batting), Umpire - RA Kettleborough, Batsman - YS Chahal (Struck down)
Old Trafford, Manchester
TossNew Zealand, elected to bat first
Player Of The Match
Series resultNew Zealand advanced
Match numberODI no. 4190
Hours of play (local time)10.30 start, First Session 10.30-14.00 Interval 14.00-14.30, Second Session 14.30-18.00
Match days9,10 July 2019 - day (50-over match)
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