‘Left handed Surya’, sitting on his knees hit Gadar six on Henry Nicholls and third man, watch video

New Delhi: In the third and final ODI between India and New Zealand being played in Indore on Tuesday, Team India batted brilliantly and scored 385 runs in 50 overs. Rohit Sharma-Shubman Gill’s brilliant century and Hardik Pandya’s fiery fifty were included in this. Kiwi team batsman Henry Nicholls, who came out to chase the big target from Team India, hit 42 runs in 40 balls by hitting 3 fours and 2 sixes. Nicholls hit two sixes in his brilliant innings. During this, he hit such a dangerous six in the style of Suryakumar Yadav that the audience pressed their fingers under their teeth.

Shardul Thakur hit a brilliant six on the first ball

Left-handed batsman Henry Nicholls created a mutiny in the over of Shardul Thakur. When Shardul came to bowl the eighth over, he kept the first ball outside the off stump. As if Nicholas had sensed Shardul. He went to the length of the ball and picked up the ball from the ground sitting on his knees and hit such a gadar six towards the third man that everyone was left watching. Seeing this six hit in the style of Suryakumar Yadav, there was a stir in the Indian camp as well. Although Henry Nicholls, who was creating a storm, was made a victim by Kuldeep Yadav in the 15th over.

Kuldeep returned the pavilion on a brilliant googly

Nicholls gets beaten on Kuldeep’s googly and the ball hits the pads. It was clearly visible in the review that the ball was going to hit the stumps. In such a situation, he had to return to the pavilion after playing a brilliant innings. After the dismissal of Nicholls, the Kiwi team scored 107 runs in 15 overs.

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