Watch: Umran rattles NZ with 150 km/h thunderbolts, dismisses Conway ODI debut | Cricket

Umran Malik was anticipated to don the Indian jersey within the T20I sequence itself within the New Zealand tour. However, he missed out on the chance, however on Friday, the India pacer was handed his ODI cap, for the primary match of the three-game sequence in opposition to Kane Williamson’s males in Auckland. And he repaid the religion by not simply unsettling the New Zealand batters with his 150 kmph thunderbolts, but additionally by choosing two wickets – of Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell. (India vs New Zealand Live Score 1st ODI)

Umran was introduced into the assault by captain Shikhar Dhawan after the primary powerplay. His first supply was of 145.9kmph, an in-angling size ball to Williamson, whom he shared the dressing room with in IPL for Sunrisers Hyderabad. He ended the over with an analogous supply, however of 149.6kmph, conceding 4 simply singles.

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Another over later, the place he had delivered the primary of his 150kmph deliveries, Umran picked his maiden ODI wicket. He dished out a fiery fuller supply vast of off as Conway chased it for a drive, and ended up edging it straight to wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant.

During the identical spell, Umran additionally dismissed Mitchell within the twentieth over for 11 runs off 16 balls. It was one other of these faster deliveries and barely exterior off because the batter threw his fingers at it and miscued it straight to the fielder at deep level. Deepak Hooda accomplished the catch comfortably as Umran picked his second wicket. Overall, there have been two 150kmph deliveries in that spell.

Talking in regards to the match, Dhawan’s 72 and Shreyas Iyer’s 76-ball 80 helped India publish a goal of 307 in opposition to New Zealand. India had earlier gained the T20I sequence 1-0 the place the opener was washed out whereas the third resulted in a draw by way of DLS technique.


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