INDIA Fined 80 Per Cent Of Match Fee For Slow Over-Rate Vs NZL

INDIA Fined 80 Per Cent Of Match Fee For Slow Over-Rate Vs NZL


India are fined 80 percent of their match cost for a deferred over-rate during a high-scoring ODI whipping to New Zealand at Seddon Park on Wednesday.

The guests were four overs short of their target after time stipends were thought about during the Black Caps' second-most raised viable run seek after in the 50-over association.

India boss Virat Kohli admitted to an approval constrained by facilitate official Chris Broad, so a real hearing wasn't required in Hamilton.

Ross Taylor made a magnificent unbeaten 109 not out and stay in boss Tom Latham squashed a speedy 69 as the Black Caps completed a run of eight consecutive thrashings with a four-wicket triumph in their first round of the three-facilitate plan.

Shreyas Iyer (103) earlier struck a woman overall century and KL Rahul affected an unbeaten 88 from 64 balls in India's 347-4, yet New Zealand landed at their goal with 11 balls to spare.

Kohli expressed: "It was an extraordinary display by New Zealand, they batted surprisingly well. We thought 347 was adequate, yet Ross is a practiced batsman and Tom's innings was the one that expelled the power.

"Credit to Taylor and Tom. The obstruction played better than anything us and they reserved the option to win. I think the debutants [Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal] gave us a better than average start and in a perfect world they continue.

"Iyer was uncommon getting his first ODI hundred doing combating , KL again. These are positives for us."

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