result
2nd ODI (D/N), Auckland, Feb 8 2020, India tour of New Zealand
(48.3/50 ov, target 274)251
New Zealand won by 22 runs
player of the match
Kyle Jamieson
New Zealand
0:30
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• The Report by Alagappan Muthu

Kyle Jamieson's debut show gives New Zealand series despite Jadeja-Saini scare

The hosts had control of the game, then they lost it, then they got it back, then they lost it... and so it went until the final overs

Match centre 
Scorer: Ranjith P
Commentator: Deivarayan Muthu
Scorecard summary
New Zealand273/8(50 overs)
India251/10(48.3 overs)

11.20pm The debutant Jamieson obliges fans with selfies at his home ground. What a debut for him. He's the second New Zealand player to win the match award on ODI debut. Hope you enjoyed the game was much as we did bringing it you. Thanks for reading. On that note, this is Deivarayan Muthu signing off on the behalf of Al Muthu.

Latham: Obviously, a great victory today. Last game the batters won the game, today the bowlers did the job. I think that total was okay, it was a funny wicket. We managed to take wickets upfront and the bowlers kept taking wickets. We've had some close games with India, delighted to get the win. It was just about juggling, Tim was struggling with illness as well. That epitomises the team. Kyle on debut was fantastic. Delighted for him. It'll be great to win 3-nil from here. Fingers crossed, and hopefully we keep learning.

Jamieson, Man of the Match on debut: Bit of a high at the moment. Still kind of sinking it. The game kind of ebbed and flowed. It was pretty simple: we were just trying to get it through 50 overs. Just trying and stick with Ross. Relief was the feeling to get the first wicket out of the way and not give too many runs. International cricket is quite high intensity, but it was pretty cool.

Kohli: Two pretty good games, great for the fans. Particularly impressed how we finished the game. First half we let things slip away. I think Saini and Jadeja showed great character, as I said one-day cricket in this calendar year is not as relevant like T20Is and Tests. A game where we could have taken chances and capitalised. We could definitely consider changes, we have nothing to lose now. No messages were sent to Jadeja or Saini. We didn't know Saini can be as good with the bat. We want guys to figure out situations themselves.

11.02pm Another thriller at Eden Park, and the seamers have tipped it NZ's way. Jadeja and the tail gave the hosts a scare, but NZ have survived it to sew up the series, after having been swept 5-0 in the preceding T20I series. Jadeja did a Dhoni: rallied the lower order and (nearly) reduced the game into a one-on-one shootout, but Neesham and de Grandhomme managed to shut him down. Credit to Jamieson, the debutant, and Southee for making early inroads with the new ball. Do stick with us for the presentation. Alagappan Muthu's report will tell you the full story of the day.

Baandhava : "This match reminded me of world cup semifinal. Everyone were hopeless and suddenly Jadeja will bring back India in to the game but finally succumbs to required run rate pressure."

Sameer: "Cricket is a great leveller. In T20s Ross Taylor was the main culrpit for NZ. But in ODIs he is the main hero here as he bailed NZ out from nowhere to win the match. Great stuff. Congratulations New Zealand."

Shah Safeer: "In the absence of Kane, Taylor took all the responsibility on his shoulders. That's what legends do"


48.3
W
Neesham to Jadeja, OUT

taken at long-off! Deja vu for Jadeja and India. De Grandhomme holds his nerve and pouches it at the edge of the long-off fence. Low full-toss outside off, Jadeja launches it into the lap of de Grandhomme. NZ win the series 2-0

Ravindra Jadeja c de Grandhomme b Neesham 55 (130m 73b 2x4 1x6) SR: 75.34
48.2
Neesham to Jadeja, no run

full-toss outside off, Jadeja swings so hard that he loses his shape...and misses the ball

48.1
Neesham to Jadeja, no run

really full and outside off, Jadeja aims to mow it over the leg side. Instead, top-edges it behind to Latham. Dot

India need 23 off two overs. Neesham to bowl the penultimate one

end of over 485 runs • 1 wicket
INDIA: 251/9CRR: 5.22 • RRR: 11.50 • Need 23 from 12b
Jasprit Bumrah0 (1)
Ravindra Jadeja55 (70)
Hamish Bennett9-0-58-2
Kyle Jamieson10-1-42-2
47.6
Bennett to Bumrah, no run

yorker on middle, Bumrah shuffles across and keeps it out

47.5
W
Bennett to Jadeja, 1 run, OUT

wide yorker, squeezed to extra-cover's right. Chahal is nearly halfway down the track, searching for the second. Neesham fumbles, then gathers the ball and throws it flat to Latham, who flips the bails off by the time Chahal undoes his steps. Another run-out in the game

Yuzvendra Chahal run out (Neesham/†Latham) 10 (19m 12b 1x4 0x6) SR: 83.33
47.4
2
Bennett to Jadeja, 2 runs

really full on off, drilled back to Bennett. Hit so hard that it bursts through the hands of Bennett. Another double for Jadeja

Chill_pill: "Jaddu has learned the art of Chasing from Dhoni's School. The deeper you take it, the closer you get to the target. MSD is indeed the best cricketin brain ever! "

47.4
1w
Bennett to Jadeja, 1 wide

Jadeja jumps outside leg, Bennett goes for the wide yorker, but spears it past the tramline. Off-side wide

47.3
1
Bennett to Chahal, 1 run

very full on off, drags an inside edge through square leg. Chahal brings Jadeja back on strike

Jadeja, the senior pro, chats to Chahal

47.2
Bennett to Chahal, no run

full and wide outside off, Chahal stays leg-side of the ball, swishes and misses

47.1
Bennett to Chahal, no run

mighty full on middle, near yorker, squeezed back to the bowler

India need 28 off the last three overs. Hamish Bennett will likely bowl two of those

end of over 4712 runs
INDIA: 246/8CRR: 5.23 • RRR: 9.33 • Need 28 from 18b
Yuzvendra Chahal9 (9)
Ravindra Jadeja52 (68)
Kyle Jamieson10-1-42-2
Hamish Bennett8-0-53-2
46.6
1
Jamieson to Chahal, 1 run

back of a length on middle and leg, hangs back and works it to the right of midwicket. Chahal gets the single and the strike

Vikas: "Jadeja can do no wrong. He will take the match from here on."

46.5
4
Jamieson to Chahal, FOUR runs

banged in short and outside off, Chahal has a crack at it and thickly edges it in the air to the right of Latham for four

46.4
2
Jamieson to Chahal, 2 runs

just short of a good length and outside off, sits up, Chahal goes on the back foot and slugs it over midwicket. Chapman slides to his left and cuts it off in the outfield

46.3
1
Jamieson to Jadeja, 1 run

Jadeja moves away outside leg, Jamieson chases him with a short ball and pings the thigh. Jadeja hares across to the other end

46.2
2
Jamieson to Jadeja, 2 runs

back of a length on off, dinked into the vacant spaces at midwicket. He has enough time to scamper back for the second. What an innings from Jadeja. Fifty for him and here comes his trademark sword celebration. Kohli soaks it in from the change room

46.1
2
Jamieson to Jadeja, 2 runs

short and at the body, swivels on the back foot and swats it wide of deep square. Jadeja rushes back for the second, aided by another wild throw, this time from Blundell

end of over 465 runs
INDIA: 234/8CRR: 5.08 • RRR: 10.00 • Need 40 from 24b
Ravindra Jadeja47 (65)
Yuzvendra Chahal2 (6)
Hamish Bennett8-0-53-2
Kyle Jamieson9-1-30-2
45.6
1
Bennett to Jadeja, 1 run

full and wide - wider than a set of stumps outside off - carved away towards sweeper cover

45.5
1
Bennett to Chahal, 1 run

pitched up on middle, pushed to mid-off. Another run-out chance, de Grandhomme can't hit the stumps this time, and Chahal is in. Over to Jadeja

45.4
1
Bennett to Jadeja, 1 run

back of a length on off, angled out to point

45.3
1
Bennett to Chahal, 1 run

short and outside off, guided to point. Taylor collects the ball but can't throw the stumps down at the striker's end. Wild throw, and Jadeja is back on strike

Abhishek: "Its all on Jadeja from here, only a heroic performance can save India"

Best performances - batsmen
Martin Guptill portrait
MJ Guptill
79 runs (79)
8 fours
3 sixes
Control77%
Productive shot
cut shot
9 runs
1 fours
0 sixes
1491110413414
Ross Taylor portrait
LRPL Taylor
73 runs (74)
6 fours
2 sixes
Control69%
Productive shot
slog shot
12 runs
1 fours
1 sixes
135813311416
Best performances - bowlers
Yuzvendra Chahal portrait
YS Chahal
O
10
M
0
R
58
W
3
ECO
5.8
  • FT
  • Y
  • F
  • G
  • SG
  • S
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
1W
Tim Southee portrait
TG Southee
O
10
M
1
R
41
W
2
ECO
4.1
  • FT
  • Y
  • F
  • G
  • SG
  • S
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
Match details
Eden Park, Auckland
TossIndia, elected to field first
SeriesIndia tour of New Zealand
Season2019/20
Player Of The Match
Kyle Jamieson
Kyle Jamieson
Series resultNew Zealand led the 3-match series 2-0
Match numberODI No. 4239
Hours of play (local time)15.00 start, First Session 15.00-18.30, Interval 18.30-19.15, Second Session 19.15-22.45
Match days8 February 2020 - daynight match (50-over match)
ODI debut
Kyle Jamieson
Kyle Jamieson
Umpires
Australia Image
Bruce Oxenford
New Zealand Image
Chris Brown
TV Umpire
Zimbabwe Image
Langton Rusere
Reserve Umpire
New Zealand Image
John Dempsey
Match Referee
England Image
Chris Broad