India lose three-match ODI series against New Zealand 0-1 after rain plays spoilsport

India were all out for 219 in 47.3 overs and New Zealand were comfortably placed at 104 for one in 18 overs when the heavens opened up.

Published: 30th November 2022 03:03 PM  |   Last Updated: 30th November 2022 03:03 PM   |  A+A-

Rishabh Pant of India bats during their one day cricket match at Hagley Oval, in Christchurch

Rishabh Pant of India bats during their one day cricket match at Hagley Oval, in Christchurch. (Photo | AP)

By PTI

CHRISTCHURCH: India lost the three-match ODI series against New Zealand 0-1 after the third game was called off due to rain here on Wednesday.

Sent in to bat, India were all out for 219 in 47.3 overs with Washington Sundar (51) and Shreyas Iyer (49) doing the bulk of the scoring.

In reply, New Zealand were comfortably placed at 104 for one in 18 overs when the heavens opened up. With rain showing no signs of relenting, the umpires decided to call off the contest.

New Zealand had won the first ODI by in Hamilton by seven wickets. The second game was also washed out.

Brief scores: India: 219 all out in 47.3 overs (Washington Sundar 51, Shreyas Iyer 49; Adam Milne 3/57, Daryl Mitchell 3/25). New Zealand: 104 for 1 in 18 overs (Finn Allen 57; Umran Malik 1/31).



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