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Ahead of the third T20I at the Seddon Park, the Indian National Cricket Team came up with a unique practice session to surprise the fans in Hamilton. They had an interesting training drill, in which, the team members were seen catching the ball with one hand.

In the video released by BCCI, the players were seen throwing the ball to each other, and they had to catch it with one hand, while certain players in the middle were trying to stop the ball.

“What’s with #TeamIndia’s new training drill?” the BCCI captioned the video.

India, New Zealand vs India 2020, Practice Session
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India’s fielding has gone several levels higher since the start of the last decade. The current bunch is not only one of the fittest but also remain keen to maintain their standards in the fielding department.

The fielding standards of the Indian team in the first game wasn’t up to the mark.

However, they made a good comeback in the second game in Auckland.

As far as the series is concerned, India is on the cusp of claiming their first-ever T20I series victory on New Zealand soil when they take on the home side for the third T20I of the five-match series on Wednesday (January 29) at Seddon Park in Hamilton.

India won the tour opener by six wickets as they chased down 204 with an over to spare.

Later, they stretched the scoreline to 2-0 with the victory in the second game. The visitors will look to take an unassailable lead in the five-match series when they take on the Black Caps in the third T20I in Hamilton on Wednesday (January 29).

India were made to chase in both the matches so far and they came out on top in contrasting circumstances.

Besides, KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer have been the two biggest performers with the bat for India.

On the other hand, the bowling unit has worked well in tandem.

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