Apr 19Kolkata vs. Delhi

6th Match at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai

Scores delayed by 15 mins Delhi won by 4 wkts

Apr 19Bangalore vs. Mumbai

5th Match at Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai

Scores delayed by 15 mins Bangalore won by 7 wkts

Apr 18Hyderabad vs. Rajasthan

4th Match at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Scores delayed by 15 mins Rajasthan won by 4 wkts

Apr 18Chennai vs. Punjab

3rd Match at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Scores delayed by 15 mins Punjab won by 6 wkts

Apr 17Delhi vs. Bangalore

2nd Match at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah

Scores delayed by 15 mins Bangalore won by 8 wkts

Apr 16Mumbai vs. Kolkata

1st Match at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Scores delayed by 15 mins Kolkata won by 41 runs

Apr 20 20:00Rajasthan vs. Punjab

7th Match at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah

Apr 21 20:00Chennai vs. Delhi

8th Match at Abu Dhabi

Apr 22 20:00Punjab vs. Hyderabad

9th Match at Sharjah

Apr 23 20:00Rajasthan vs. Chennai

10th Match at Dubai

Apr 24 20:00Bangalore vs. Kolkata

11th Match at Sharjah

Apr 25 16:00Hyderabad vs. Delhi

12th Match at Dubai

Cricket Scorecard

India tour of New Zealand 2014

New Zealand vs. India, 4th ODI

Seddon Park, Hamilton, Jan 28, 2014

Match Information

Match Status
New Zealand won by 7 wkts
Toss
India (Elected to Bat)
Umpires
Gary Baxter (NZ) & Rod Tucker (Aus)
Third Umpire
Billy Bowden (NZ)
Match Referee
David Boon (Aus)

Batting: India

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Rohit Sharmacaught Ronchi b Williamson79946484.04
Virat Kohlicaught Neesham b Southee2100020.00
Ajinkya Rahanecaught Southee b Mills380037.50
Ambati Rayuducaught Ronchi b H Bennett37583263.79
MS Dhoni (WK) (C)batting797363108.22
Ravichandran Ashwincaught H Bennett b Southee5310166.67
Ravindra Jadejabatting625482114.81
Extras (7 wides, 4 leg byes)11 
Total (278-5 in 50 overs)278 

Fall of Wickets

1/5 (Virat Kohli, 3.2 ov.), 2/22 (Ajinkya Rahane, 8.2 ov.), 3/101 (Ambati Rayudu, 25.3 ov.), 4/142 (Rohit Sharma, 32.3 ov.), 5/151 (Ravichandran Ashwin, 33.1 ov.)

Bowling: New Zealand

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Kyle Mills102421004.2
Tim Southee101362023.6
Hamish Bennett90671047.4
James Neesham80590017.4
Nathan McCullum100440004.4
Kane Williamson30261008.7

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
50SIXNeesham to Dhoni, SIX, murdered! Dhoni has launched that into the tree. A massive hit to end the innings. Way over long-on. No chance for anyone in the crowd to catch that as well. Superb end to the innings by the Indian skipper.278/5
49.2SIXNeesham to Dhoni, SIX, Dhoni tees off. Length outside off, swung away into the wide long-on fence. The spectators go for an one-handed grab, but don't even lay a hand on it. Was off the toe end of the bat, but such is the power of the man268/5
48.3FOURMills to Dhoni, FOUR, length balls are not that ones to be bowling to Dhoni at this point of the innings. Frees his arms and launches it over midwicket, one bounce over the ropes259/5
48FOURBennett to Ravindra Jadeja, FOUR, this time Nathan M can't rein it back in. Full toss outside off, belted really hard and races across the turf, beating Nathan who didn't even dive this time. 250 has come up for India253/5
47.3FOURBennett to Ravindra Jadeja, FOUR, back to back fifties for Ravindra Jadeja and this has been a fine innings. His 8th fifty and he raises the bat, to good applause from the Seddon Park crowd. Low full toss, driven wide of cover and beats the man in the deep easily247/5
47.2FOURBennett to Dhoni, FOUR, Dhoni slogs and gets a thick outside edge over Ronchi. Nothing Bennett can do about that, perhaps he should not have bowled outside off240/5
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Batting: New Zealand

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Martin Guptilllbw b Shami352761129.63
Jesse Ryderbowled b Aaron191840105.56
Kane Williamsonrunout R Jadeja60822273.17
Ross Taylorbatting11212715088.19
Brendon McCullum (C)batting493643136.11
Extras (1 byes, 3 wides, 1 no balls)5 
Total (280-3 in 48.1 overs)280 

Recent Overs

0 1 4 2 0 0   -  1 0 1 0 0 1   -  1 2 4 Wd 4 1 0   -  6

Fall of Wickets

1/54 (Jesse Ryder, 7.2 ov.), 2/58 (Martin Guptill, 8.1 ov.), 3/188 (Kane Williamson, 34.2 ov.)

Bowling: India

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Bhuvneshwar Kumar100620006.2
Mohammed Shami80611017.6
Varun Aaron6.10511018.3
Ravindra Jadeja102330003.3
Ravichandran Ashwin100410114.1
Stuart Binny1080008.0
Ambati Rayudu30230007.7

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
48.1SIXAaron to Brendon McCullum, SIX, that's the match and the series! Fittingly it is the Kiwi skipper - Brendon McCullum who seals it, with a lofted drive over mid-off. The white ball sails over the fence. No-one in the crowd caught it as well. Brendon McCullum and Ross Taylor hug each other and that's a job well done.280/3
47.4FOURShami to Brendon McCullum, FOUR, Aaron has had a nightmare in the field today. This is the 2nd boundary he has conceded through his legs. Should have been just a single, but he fails to bend properly and gives away three extra runs. New Zealand coasting here273/3
47.3FOURShami to Brendon McCullum, FOUR, Brendon McCullum has decided he doesn't want to take it to the final over. Charges Shami and takes it on the full, gives himself some room and drives past mid-off, inside the ring. Some glove love between the two batsmen as well268/3
45.3FOURBhuvneshwar to Brendon McCullum, FOUR, Ashwin at third man is always a liability, with his movement. This delivery proves the same. Cut away just to his right, he ran and then dived, but the ball had beaten him to the ropes by then. New Zealand cruising along256/3
44.2FOURRavindra Jadeja to Ross Taylor, FOUR, how many times has Ross Taylor played that shot off Ravindra Jadeja today? Too many to count. Short and wide outside off, a late cut, beating a diving Rahane at point250/3
43FOURAaron to Ross Taylor, FOUR, 9th ODI hundred for Ross Taylor and he sticks his tongue out. Has a smile on his face too. The crowd and the Kiwi team management stand up and applaud. A super shot to get there - a rasping cut over point. Removes the helmet and soaks in the applause from his home crowd. Poor bowling though from Aaron it must be said. He has been guilty of bowling far too short and wide outside off. Good players like Taylor won't miss out too often240/3
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