new zealand vs australia live match
Australian team could not win even by making world record, lost such a match in the last over and New zealand won
New Delhi :- JNN. NZ vs Aus: The five-match T20 International series is being played between hosts New Zealand and Australia. In the second match of the same series, the Kangaroo team set a world record, but the team did not get a win. The Kiwi team defeated guest Australia by 4 runs to take a 2–0 lead in the series. Now the third match in the series will be do or die for the Kangaroo team. That means both teams are going to compete and the public is going to have a lot of fun in it.
In the second T20 match, the New Zealand team, batting first, scored 219 runs, losing 7 wickets. Martin Guptill’s innings of 97 runs was important in this. Captain Kane Williamson also hit a half-century, while James Neesham remained unbeaten on 45 runs. In response, the Australian team came out to bat, but the start was fine, but at one time the team’s score was 6 wickets for 113 runs. After this, a world record was made. Which has made the biggest record of the whole world and has earned its name.
For Australia, Daniel Symes and all-rounder Marcus Stoinis added a stormy 92 from 37 balls for the seventh wicket. This was the largest partnership for the seventh wicket in T20 International cricket. Earlier, England’s Paul Collingwood and Michael Yardy had added 91 runs in 2007 against the West Indies. However, the stormy partnership between Stoinis and Symes did not work, as the team could not score 15 runs in the last over. Then this broke the dam In the last over, James Neesham handled the bowling responsibility for the Kiwi team, with Daniel Samms and Marcus Stoinis at the crease for Australia. Neesham dismissed Samms on the first ball, while Marcus Stoinis was unable to score any runs on the second and third balls. He hit a six on the fourth ball, but he was out on the next ball and then scored 4 runs on the last ball. In this way, New Zealand won the match by 4 runs and kept the title of victory in their name and experienced victory.