India vs New Zealand: Kiwis hand Rohit Sharma's men biggest T20I defeat in history

Published: 06th February 2019 05:22 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th February 2019 05:36 PM  

Rohit Sharma
Wicketkeeper Tim Seifert hit 84 from 43 balls Wednesday to help New Zealand to an 80-run win over India in the first of three Twenty20I. IN PIC: Indian skipper Rohit Sharma walks after being caught by Lockie Fergusson off a Tim Southee delivery. (Photo | AP)
Tim Seifert of New Zealand
Seifert's maiden half century lifted New Zealand to 219-6 after being put in to bat, and the team then handed India its worst loss in T20 when it was bowled out for 139 in 19.2 overs. (Photo | AP)
Kane Williamson and Hardik Pandya
Kiwis Captain Kane Williamson hit 34 from 22 balls, Ross Taylor 23 from 14 and Scott Kuggeleijn 20 from only seven deliveries as New Zealand posted its highest score in T20 matches at the Wellington Regional Stadium. (Photo | AP)
Lockie Fergusson
New Zealand produced an outstanding collective bowling performance. Ferguson took 2-20 from his four overs and claimed two catches in the outfield while Tim Southee took 3-17 and Santner 2-24. IN PIC: India's Shikhar Dhawan walks off after being dsimissed by Lockie Fergusson (Photo | AP)
MS Dhoni
Indian batsmen fell at regular intervals although MS Dhoni top-scored with 39 from 31 balls and was out two balls before the end. (Photo | AP)
Khaleel
It was only the eighth time India has been bowled out in a T20 international.(Photo | AP)
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