Team India has registered a big win even once, continuing their best performance. In the second match of the ongoing T20 series against New Zealand in Auckland T20, the team won one-sided and took a 2–0 lead in the 5 match T20 series. Along with the batsmen, the Indian bowlers also showed a great game in this match.

  • KL Rahul dominated once again
    In this match, KL Rahul once again played a brilliant inning and returned to the pavilion after winning the team after scoring an unbeaten 57 runs. KL hit 3 fours and two sixes in his 50-ball innings. Initially, KL showed no hurry and after Rohit and Virat departed, he took care of the team, but he quickly changed gears and returned only to win the team with Iyer. KL was the man of the match in this match.
  • Iyer gave KL a lot of support
    Shreyas Iyer scored 58 runs in the first match. After the first two wickets fell, Iyer avoided big shots and then when KL changed gears, Iyer also scored fast. But he could not complete his fifty this time. Iyer scored 44 runs in 33 balls.
  • Ravindra Jadeja is game-changer of the match
    Jadeja bowled brilliantly in this match, putting pressure on the batsmen of the host team and sending the team back to the pavilion, Kane Williamson and Colin de Grandhomme brought the team to the backfoot. Jadeja conceded only 18 runs in his four overs. He had the best economy rate of 4.50 in the match. He was given the title of Game Changer of the Match after the match.
  • Once Bumrah dominated
    In the last match, Bumrah bowled the most economical. This time he finished second and did not give New Zealand any chance to return to the match. In his four-over spell, Bumrah gave 21 runs with one wicket and his economy was 5.25.
  • Mohammad Shami’s return
    Mohammed Shami proved very expensive in the last match. Then he gave 53 runs in 4 overs and he did not get any success. Shami made a great comeback in this match and conceded 22 runs in his four-over spell with an economy of 5.50. Shami could not take wickets, but his bowling put a lot of pressure on New Zealand.