India vs New Zealand 2019: 4th ODI, Hamilton – Match Highlights; After the three embarrassing losses at home, the New Zealand Cricket Team showed their dominance by rattling the defence of the Indian National Cricket Team. It was Trent Boult, who wreaked havoc at his home ground to avoid the possibility of whitewash for his country. Meanwhile, we came up with the match highlights of the 4th ODI.
Initially, it was New Zealand, who won the toss and chose to bowl first. Though Indians openers were successful in managing Kiwis fast bowlers for the first five overs, they failed to tackle Trent Boult when he got his rhythm in the 6th over of the innings.
Dhawan, who looked decent was struck plumb in front of the wicket while the skipper Rohit Sharma gave a simple return catch to Trent Boult. It was the moment when the troubles of Rohit Sharma with incoming deliveries exposed again.
Then it was the turn of Colin de Grandhomme, who sent back Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik in quick succession to embed a double-wicket over in the match. The troubles further stretched when Gill handed a return catch to Tren Boult.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar was cleaned up by Colin while Boult got Hardik Pandya to get his five-wicket haul. Pandya looked decent at the crease, who smashed three boundaries of Boult. Just when India is heading to a few embarrassing records, Yuzvendra Chahal-Kuldeep Yadav’s little partnership bailed out India from poor stats.
Trent Boult finished with a 5-wicket haul while Colin de Grandhomme picked up 3 wickets. Todd Astle and Jimmy Neesham also bagged one wicket each to bundle out Indians to 92.
In reply, New Zealand opener Martin Guptill scored a couple of fours and one six in his 4-ball stay in the middle. The other opener Henry Nicholls stood in the middle while Kane Williamson once again dismissed for a cheap score.
However, Ross Taylor and Henry finished things off in a style. Ross Taylor scored an unbeaten 37* while Henry scored 30*. For India, Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked up 2 wickets.
Here are the match highlights: