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New Zealand defeated Team India by 80 runs in the first T20 played at Wellington. Batting first in this match, New Zealand made 219-6 in 20 overs. In reply, the Indian team could score only 139 in 19.2 overs and the match was lost by 80 runs. This team is the biggest defeat in terms of India’s run. In this way, New Zealand has achieved a 1-0 lead in the three-match T20 series. Dhoni scored 39 runs in 31 balls for India. Apart from them, Dhawan scored 29, Vijay Shankar 27 and Kunal Pandya 20 runs. None of the other batsmen could do anything special. Tim Southee (3/17), Lucky Ferguson (2), Santander (2) and Ish Sodhi (2) hit New Zealand by two wickets.

Earlier, New Zealand scored 219 for 6 in 20 overs in the first T20 against India. This is the highest score in New Zealand’s T20 against India. New Zealand’s Tim Saifert scored 84 runs in 43 balls. Apart from them, Monroe scored 34, Williamson 34, Taylor 23 and Kugelion scored 20. India’s hearty Pandya shocked 2 for 51 runs. Kunal Pandya, Bhuvi, Khalil took 1-1-1 wickets.

IND vs NZ T20 Live Cricket Score Update: New Zealand defeated India by 80 runs in the first T20 match. This is the biggest defeat in India’s T20 cricket. New Zealand scored 219 runs for 6 wickets with Tim Sipert’s 84 runs. In reply, India’s innings was reduced to 139 runs in 19.2 overs. Earlier, India’s biggest defeat was of 49 runs, which was received by Australia in 2010. With this, New Zealand made a 1-0 lead in the three T20 matches series.

  • 04:00 PM
     Tim Southey was the most successful bowler, taking 3 wickets at 17 runs. Loki Ferguson, Mitchell Centner and Ish Sodhi got 2-2 wickets. 
  • 03:56 PM
     Man of the match, Tim Southee, who played 84 runs, was selected. 
  • 03:50 PM
    This team is India’s biggest defeat in T20. Earlier, in 2010, Australia were defeated by 49 runs. 
  • 03:49 PM
    Final Scorecard
    New Zealand – 219/6 India 139 (19.2 / 20 overs)
  • 03:47 PM
     New Zealand defeated India by 80 runs in the first T20 match. This is the biggest defeat in India’s T20 cricket. With this, New Zealand made a 1-0 lead in the three T20 matches series. 
  • 03:47 PM
     India’s 80-run loss in T-20 first, India’s biggest defeat in any T20 match
  • 03:45 PM
    Dhoni also out, India’s worst defeat
  • 03:40 PM
     Team India, in difficult, need 88 runs in the last two overs. 2 wickets left. 
  • 03:40 PM
     The eighth blow to Team India, Bhuvneshwar Kumar was just one run and out of the match. 
  • 03:37 PM
     Kirtan Pandya dropped as Seven Shot Pandya played 18 balls and scored 20 runs with the help of one four and a six. 
  • 03:36 PM
    Kripalal Pandya too out
    The last three overs of the game rest, Team India need 91 runs in 18 balls. Dhoni scored 25 runs at the crease. Three wickets left.
  • 03:29 PM
    Fresh score
    India 118/6 * (15.4 / 20 overs, Target 220)
  • 03:27 PM
     Dhoni (22) and Krishnal Pandya (19) are on crease. 
  • 03:25 PM
    30 balls remaining, India need 107 runs, 4 wickets remaining
  • 03:24 PM
    Dhoni-Krishnal Pandya crease
    Score – New Zealand 219/6 India 106/6 * (14.4 / 20 ov, target 220)
  • 03:13 PM
     New Zealand made the match completely in its hold when Ish Sodhi ran the hardy Pandya in the same over. India lost the sixth wicket on 77 runs 
  • 03:10 PM
     Ish Sodhi gave India the fifth blow when he hit Dinesh Karthik (5) in the hands of Tim Southey. Within 72 runs, half of Bharti’s team returned to the pavilion. 
  • 03:03 PM
     Sentner made a fourth blow to India in the same over when Vijay Shankar was caught on the ball off his Grand Oval at Long Off. He scored 27 runs. 
  • 03:00 PM
     India came in trouble when Rishabh Pant made just 4 runs and was bowled over the delivery of Santander. 
  • 02:51 PM
     India scored 61 runs for 2 wickets in 7 overs. Vijay Shankar 26 and Rishabh Pant are on the crease after making 2 runs. 
  • 02:48 PM
     Loki Ferguson was caught by Rohit Sharma in a superb manner. 
Competition was expected from New Zealand before the ODI series, but they were forced to lose 1-4 due to India’s best balanced performance. But T20 is a different format, where New Zealand is dominating. However, in the last few years, India’s current team failed to convert all the game’s data into it. New Zealand defeated India by 80 runs in the first T-20 match played at Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Wednesday. This is the biggest defeat in terms of runs in India’s Twenty20 format.

New Zealand vs India 1st t20 Live Score – NZ vs Ind Live Cricket Match Updates / Wellington . The T20 debut against New Zealand for India, which won 4-1 in the ODI series, was not good. Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first but the bowlers looted the open heart. New Zealand’s young wicket-keeper batsman Seyfert has reminded Brendon McCullum. He scored 84 runs off 43 balls. Munro and Williamson also played 34-34 runs. The India team leaves the answer to be dispersed like leaves. Dhoni scored 39, Shikhar 29 and Shankar scored 27 runs. The shame was that Team India could not play 20 overs and all out in 13.2 overs in 19.2 overs. In this way, New Zealand won the first T20 to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

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Alibag: Three policemen were seriously injured while defusing an improvised explosive device (IED) on March 8 near the Mahad village of Kambale in Mahad taluka. Ashirwad Lagade, a policeman from the bomb squad, was seriously injured in the accident. He has been receiving treatment at the Apollo Hospital in Navi Mumbai for the past two months and his condition is improving, the hospital administration said.

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His right ear also hurt and he had several wounds on the side of his abdomen. So Ashirwad had to undergo several surgeries. A team of expert consultants from Apollo Hospitals Navi Mumbai met and started the treatment, which has now received a positive response from Ashirwad. According to the information given by the doctor, 90% of her vision has returned. Other wounds are healing. The hospital administration estimates that it will take about a year for him to fully recover and return to work.

The police administration has decided to bear all the expenses for the treatment of the three comrades injured in the Mahad explosion. In addition to providing assistance under the Police Welfare Scheme, the Raigad Police Force has established a separate fund for treatment that is not covered by the scheme. We are working hard to ensure that Ashirwad receives the best treatment.”

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– Dr. Shaleen Dubey, surgeon at Apollo Hospital


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Solapur: The Baramati congregations have flooded all the places till today. Once again, they are sharing the waters of Ujjain. No matter how much water is given to these churches, their thirst is not quenched. Their attitude is that we want everything and on our own platter. The rest of Maharashtra should always remember him and show them their place, said Devendra Fadnavis, Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly without appointing NCP Chairman Sharad Pawar.

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