India vs Sri Lanka vs New Zealand International Triangular Series 2010


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India vs Sri Lanka vs New Zealand International Triangular Series 2010 in Sri Lanka

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One-day international tri-series between Sri Lanka, New Zealand and India

India vs New Zealand ODI at Dambulla Aug 25

IND vs NZL: Sehwag sends India into final

India booked their place in the tri-series final against Sri Lanka with a resounding 105-run victory over New Zealand in Dambulla. Virender Sehwag was the architect of the victory as he rescued a flagging Indian innings by smacking 110. India lost opener Dinesh Karthik without a run on the board and then slumped to 66 for four before captain M.S. Dhoni and Sehwag added 107 runs for the fifth wicket. Sehwag raced to his hundred in 87 balls and finished with 110 off just 93 balls where he hit 16 fours and a six. Once Sehwag was dismissed, India collapsed again, losing five wickets for 34 runs. Apart from Sehwag and Dhoni only Ravindra Jadeja managed to go past double figures as once again ball dominated over bat. Following a crushing defeat at the hands of Sri Lanka, India had to come up with a spirited effort and Sehwag provided the launching pad with his 13th ODI hundred and the sixth against the New Zealanders. It will be another Sri Lanka - India final, two sides that have often played each other during the last two years or so and with conditions here so unpredictable, the toss will have too much to decide.
IND v NZL, 6th Match, Dambulla: India 223 (Sehwag 110, Southee 4-49, McCullum 3-35) beat New Zealand 118 (Mills 52, Praveen 3-34, Patel 3-21) by 105 runs

India beat New Zealand by 105 runs

India won the toss and decided to bat
India Innings - All out
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Karthik c Hopkins b Mills
0
3 0 0
Sehwag c Watling b N McCullum
110
93 16 1
Kohli c Hopkins b Southee
8
16 1 0
Yuvraj c Hopkins b McKay
6
19 1 0
Raina c Williamson b Southee
1
3 0 0
Dhoni c Hopkins b N McCullum
38
75 3 0
Jadeja c Taylor b Southee
17
26 3 0
Kumar c Mills b Southee
6
12 1 0
Nehra c and b N McCullum
0
12 0 0
I Sharma not out
 
8
12 1 0
Patel c McKay b Mills
7
10 1 0
Extras
 
2nb 14w 1b 5lb 22
 
Total
 
all out 223 (46.3 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Mills 8.3 1 42 2
Southee 10.0 2 49 4
McKay 8.0 1 31 1
Styris 6.0 0 37 0
N McCullum 10.0 0 35 3
Williamson 4.0 0 23 0
Fall of wicket
 
0 Karthik
27 Kohli
61 Yuvraj
66 Raina
173 Sehwag
199 Dhoni
199 Jadeja
207 Nehra
207 Kumar
223 Patel

New Zealand Innings - All out
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Watling
 
b Nehra
2
11 0 0
Guptill lbw b Kumar
0
1 0 0
Taylor c Dhoni b Kumar
8
14 2 0
Elliott lbw b Patel
11
38 1 0
Styris
 
b Kumar
1
15 0 0
Williamson
 
b I Sharma
13
27 1 0
Hopkins lbw b Patel
0
5 0 0
N McCullum c Karthik b Patel
5
18 0 0
Mills c Kumar b Nehra
52
35 7 3
Southee c Kumar b Jadeja
10
5 1 1
McKay not out
 
3
12 0 0
Extras
 
8w 5lb 13
 
Total
 
all out 118 (30.1 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Kumar 8.0 2 34 3
Nehra 6.1 1 10 2
Patel 7.0 1 21 3
I Sharma 6.0 1 27 1
Jadeja 3.0 0 21 1
Fall of wicket
 
1 Guptill
6 Watling
14 Taylor
22 Styris
41 Williamson
42 Hopkins
52 Elliott
53 N McCullum
80 Southee
118 Mills

India: Karthik, Sehwag, Kohli, Yuvraj, Raina, Dhoni (C/W), Jadeja, Kumar, I Sharma, Nehra, Patel
New Zealand: Guptill, Watling, Taylor (Captain), Williamson, Styris, Elliott, Hopkins (Wicket Keeper), N McCullum, Mills, Southee, McKay
Umpires: Asad Rauf, E A R de Silva, A G Hurst, H D P K Dharmasena

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.