- ScorecardNew Zealand win by 24 runs!!!India 268 all out (48.4 ovs) vs NZ 292-7
Kohli hits century but India lose 123 (111b)
M McClenaghan shines with the ball 4-68
Anderson hit quickfire 68 and then claimed 2-51
McClenaghan did the damage with the ball, claiming four for 68 in 10 overs, including the key wickets of Dhoni and Kohli.
Kohli played a splendid innings of 123 from 111 balls, while Dhoni hit a fluent 40 but the rest of the batsmen failed to make sizeable contributions with the bat.
Infact, this was the first time that India had lost a match chasing after Kohli had scored a century!
Dhawan, Rohit and Raina -- all three fell to the short deliveries. While Dhawan got off to a start, hitting 32, Rohit struggled to get to grips with the conditions as he made just three from 23 balls to continue his poor recent run.
India will also need to rethink their team composition as the gamble of playing two spinners misfired as New Zealand were able to score freely in the middle overs.
- ScorecardNew Zealand win by 24 runs!!!India 268 all out (48.4 ovs) vs NZ 292-7
Southee comes back as Shami flicks the first ball through square leg for a boundary. He then digs out a quick yorker to the covers for one.
Southee seals the deal as he bowls Ishant with a quick yorker.
India are bowled out for 268 to lose the first ODI by 24 runs.
- ScorecardIndia 263-9 (48 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Part-timer Williamson into the attack. Ashwin immediately goes after him but holes out on the leg side where Brendon McCullum runs back but is unable to judge it to give two runs.
He tries to slog sweep the next ball but is caught in the deep by Southee, who dives forward to take a good catch.
India need 30 runs from two overs for victory with just a wicket in hand.
- ScorecardIndia 257-8 (47 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Ashwin clubs McClenaghan over midwicket for a six to keep his team interested but he is beaten off the next ball as he tries to run it to thirdman.
Ashwin chips the fifth ball over the off-side and gets two runs before taking one from the last ball to retain strike.
McClenaghan finishes with four for 68 in 10 overs, having played a big part in his team's fightback in the last few overs.
- ScorecardIndia 247-8 (46 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
India continue to slip as Bhuvneshwar responds to Ashwin's call for a quick single on the off-side but is caught short and is run out for six.
Just three runs from that over as India now need 46 runs from four overs for victory.
- ScorecardIndia 244-7 (45 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Kohli flicks McClenaghan through midwicket for a boundary to keep his team in the hunt. But the bowler gets his revenge from the next ball as Kohli hits a full toss straight into the hands of Ryder at cover.
Kohli walks back after a splendid knock of 123 from 111 balls, during which he hit 11 fours and two sixes.
McClenaghan has turned the match on it's head, claiming three wickets in the space of six deliveries to put NZ in control.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar gets off the mark with two runs to long-on before he bowls a short ball which goes way over the batsman and is called a wide.
The right-hander then steers the next ball over the first slip fielder for a boundary as India continue to fight.
Kumar blocks the last two deliveries as India get 11 runs from that over, with 49 needed from five overs for victory.
- ScorecardIndia 233-6 (44 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Kohli continues to battle from one end as he clobbers McCullum over midwicket for a six. He hits the third ball through the same region but the fielder at long-on stops it and gives away just two runs.
He takes one from the fourth ball before Ashwin blocks the last two deliveries.
- ScorecardIndia 224-6 (43 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
India need 70 runs from eight overs for victory.
Left-armer McClenaghan comes back as Kohli takes a single from the second delivery.
The pacer strikes with the big wicket of Dhoni with the third ball as he tries to pull but gloves the short ball and is caught on the leg side.
Dhoni hit 40 from 46 balls, adding 95 runs from 85 balls for the fifth wicket to bring India back in the contest.
India need 69 runs from 45 deliveries with five wickets in hand as Ravindra Jadeja comes out to the middle. He last just three deliveries before he pokes at one outside the off-stump and is caught behind for a duck.
- ScorecardIndia 223-4 (42 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Southee comes back to replace Anderson. The first ball is guided to thirdman by Kohli by one before the pacer bowls two successive wides to Dhoni followed by a single on the off-side.
Three more singles as India pick seven runs from that over without much fuss.
- ScorecardIndia 216-4 (41 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Milne comes into the attack as New Zealand look to check India's progress. Two singles from the first two balls before Milne is struggling with some injury on his back. He tries a bouncer at Dhoni who lets it go and it is called a wide for height.
Finally, Milne decides to go off the field after a chat with captain Brendon McCullum as part-timer Kane Williamson comes on to complete the over.
Dhoni defends the first ball from the part-time off-spinner before taking one. He bowls a wide down the leg side to Kohli, who drives the last ball to long-on for one.
- ScorecardIndia 210-4 (40 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Off-spinner McCullum comes back. Kohli takes a single from the first ball before Dhoni blasts it powerfully over the bowler's head and clears long-on easily for another six.
McCullum goes for 10 runs in that over as India reach 210 for four after 40 overs, needing 83 from 60 deliveries for victory.
- ScorecardIndia 200-4 (39 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Anderson will continue as he comes on to bowl his final over. Dhoni blasts the second ball back over the bowler's head for a big six before taking one from the next.
Three more singles bring up India's 200 in the 39th over. Anderson finishes with two for 51 in 10 overs as India smashed 51 runs in five overs of Batting Powerplay.
- ScorecardIndia 190-4 (38 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Kohli looks for a big shot but skies it high as Ryder is unable to get under it and drops it. Dhoni then pulls the next delivery through midwicket for a boundary as India continue to score freely in the Powerplay.
Dhoni punches the fifth ball to deep point for one before Kohli caresses the last ball through the covers for a boundary to bring up his century in some style, from 93 balls with the help of nine fours and a six.
- ScorecardIndia 180-4 (37 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Two singles from the first three deliveries before Kohli flicks Anderson through midwicket for a boundaries to keep the runs coming but is beaten off the next ball outside the off-stump.
He takes a single from the last ball to take his score to 94 and retain strike.
- ScorecardIndia 173-4 (36 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
McClenaghan comes back and he will start from round the wicket. The first ball offers some width as Kohli flays it through the covers for a four to move into the 80s.
Kohli then chips down the track and beat the fielders inside the circle for two runs.
Kohli is turning it on out in the middle as he lofts the last ball over mid-off for another four and gets one from the next ball.
India are making most of the Batting Powerplay, scoring 24 runs from the first two overs.
- ScorecardIndia 162-4 (35 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
With India struggling to find the boundaries they decide to take the Batting Powerplay.
Anderson will continue as Kohli takes two runs from the first delivery before he lofts it over the off-side but has not timed it and gets two runs.
He then makes room and tries to force it through the off-side but can't beat the fielder at covers for just one and Dhoni does the same off the next ball.
Kohli gets the last ball off the middle, lofting it over mid-off for a much needed boundary. He nudges the last ball fine past the keeper for three runs to get 13 runs from the first over of Batting Powerplay.
- ScorecardIndia 149-4 (34 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
McCullum continues to build the pressure as he gives away just three runs as India reach 149 for four in 34 overs.
Dhoni has struggled in recent overs to reach 13 from 24 balls, while Kohli is on 66 from 76 balls.
- ScorecardIndia 146-4 (33 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Anderson comes back for another spell and he continues his good showing with the ball, giving away just two singles in his seventh over.
The run rate is climbing rapidly now, with 147 runs needed from 17 overs at 8.64.
- ScorecardIndia 144-4 (32 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Kohli nudges Southee on the leg side for a single before Dhoni hits the next through the off-side but Ryder makes a good stop at covers.
Dhoni is beaten off the fifth ball as it goes past the outside edge as Southee concedes just a single in that over.
- ScorecardIndia 143-4 (31 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Milne offers Dhoni some width, who smashes it through the point region for his first boundary. He edges the fourth ball trying to play it off the backfoot and gets two runs in the process.
The last ball is a bouncer and Dhoni ducks under it.
- ScorecardIndia 137-4 (30 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Southee comes into the attack as Dhoni flicks the first ball on the leg side for a couple. The Indian captain slaps the fifth ball through the leg side for a single before Kohli flicks it square and comes back for a couple.
India are 137 for four in 30 overs, needing 156 runs in 20 overs for victory at an asking rate of 7.80.
Kohli will look to carry his team to victory, he is currently batting on 63 from 69 balls, while Dhoni has made five.
- ScorecardIndia 132-4 (29 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
No surprise as Raina perishes yet again to the short ball. Milne's extra pacer does the trick as Raina top edges the pull and is caught at fine leg after scoring 18 from 22 balls.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is off the mark immediately with a single on the leg side.
Kohli also mistimes a short ball as he tries the short ball but it falls safely on the leg side.
- ScorecardIndia 128-3 (28 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Raina comes down the track to McCullum and chips him gently but gets one to long-off and Kohli picks one from the next ball.
Raina then drives it straight but McCullum makes a good diving stop on his follow through before he takes one to the cover region.
Kohli takes one from the fifth ball before Raina sweeps the last ball past the short fine leg fielder for a boundary.
- ScorecardIndia 120-3 (27 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Fast bowler Milne comes into the attack. He starts with a short wide delivery as Kohli opens the face of the bat and steers it over the cover region for a boundary.
He turns the second ball to midwicket for one and Raina steers the third ball to thirdman for a single.
Kohli turns the fourth ball fine on the leg side for a couple before defending the last two deliveries of the over.
- ScorecardIndia 112-3 (26 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Kohli decided to break the shackles as he comes down the track to McCullum and lofts him over mid-off for the first six of the Indian innings.
He turns the next delivery on the leg side before Raina chips down and hits it back past the bowler to long-off for a single.
Kohli turns the fourth ball to deep midwicket for a single to bring up his fifty, from 58 balls.
- ScorecardIndia 103-3 (25 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Kohli turns McClenaghan on the leg side for one before Raina pulls a short ball to deep midwicket for another single.
Kohli turns the fourth delivery fine on the leg side and comes back for a couple before he retains strike with a single from the last delivery of the over.
At the halfway stage, India are 103 for three, needing 190 in 25 overs for victory at an asking rate of 7.60.
- ScorecardIndia 98-3 (24 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
McCullum continues to bowl from round the wicket. Raina steals a quick single from the third ball after two dot balls and Kohli takes one from the fifth delivery.
McCullum concedes just two runs in that over, his figures read 12 runs from four overs.
- ScorecardIndia 96-3 (23 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
McClenaghan comes back into the attack as NZ look to attack Raina with a bit of pace. As expected the first ball is short and Raina pulls it to deep square leg for one and Kohli drives it to sweeper cover for a single.
Another short ball to Raina, who pulls it along the ground to fine leg for one before Kohli turns it square on the leg side for another single.
McClenagahan continues to pepper Raina with short ball and he continues to pull but this time gets a top edge which goes over the keeper for a boundary. Surprisingly, he opts to duck under the next ball and is ruled a wide for being too high.
10 runs from the over as India reach 96 for three in 23 overs.
- ScorecardIndia 86-3 (22 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Suresh Raina walks in to bat at No. 5. Kohli gets a single on the off-side as he drives it through the covers before Raina gets off the mark with one from the last ball to long-off.
India need a big partnership from the two experienced batsmen to bail them out of trouble.
- ScorecardIndia 84-3 (21 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Rahane cuts a short ball from Anderson through the off-side for two runs before he drives a full delivery down the ground for the same result.
Anderson strikes with the last delivery of the over as Rahane is early into the shot but Nathan McCullum comes up with an unbelievable catch at mid-off, diving full length to his right.
Rahane walks back for seven to leave India in trouble at 84 for three in 21 overs.
- ScorecardIndia 80-2 (20 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Another quiet over from McCullum giving away just four singles as India reach 80 for two in 20 overs.
Kohli holds the key for India, he is batting on 34 from 44 balls, with the help of four boundaries.
India need 213 from 30 overs for victory at an asking rate of 7.10.
- ScorecardIndia 76-2 (19 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Anderson makes the breakthrough with the wicket of Dhawan, who top edges the pull shot and is caught on the leg side by Taylor.
Dhawan played a steady innings of 32 from 46 balls, putting on 58 runs from 73 balls for the second wicket with Kohli.
Ajinkya Rahane walks in to bat at No. 4. He gets off the mark with a single on the leg side from the fourth ball before Kohli drives a slower ball through the covers for another one.
- ScorecardIndia 73-1 (18 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
New Zealand finally introduce spin in the form of off-spinner Nathan McCullum.
India quietly collect four singles from that over as McCullum makes a tidy start to continue to rake the pressure on India.
- ScorecardIndia 69-1 (17 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Left-arm pacer Anderson switching to round the wicket. Kohli lets the first ball go through before defending the next one. He gets an inside edge off the third delivery which passes close to the stumps before taking one to midwicket.
Dhawan defends the last two deliveries to end another good over from Anderson, who has conceded just 12 runs in four overs.
- ScorecardIndia 68-1 (16 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Dhawan steers Milne to thirdman for a single to bring up the 50-run partnership from 59 deliveries to rally India after the early wicket of Rohit.
Kohli then clips the second ball through midwicket for a couple before he takes one to thirdman.
Dhawan cuts the last ball hard but is unable to beat the fielder at point.
- ScorecardIndia 64-1 (15 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Three runs from Anderson's third over as India reach 64 for one in 15 overs, needing 229 runs from 35 overs for victory at 6.5 runs per over.
Both Kohli and Dhawan have got their head down and looking to build a big partnership. Kohli is batting on 25 from 30 balls and Kohli on 29 from 37 balls.
- ScorecardIndia 61-1 (14 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Dhawan taps Milne on the leg side for a single before Kohli ducks under a short ball but it is called a wide ball for height.
Kohli then taps it on the off-side for one and Dhawan picks another single on the leg side.
- ScorecardIndia 57-1 (13 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Kohli turns Anderson through midwicket for two runs before he gets a single to thirdman from the fourth.
Anderson then bowls a short ball to Dhawan who defends it on the leg side for one as four runs come from that over.
- ScorecardIndia 53-1 (12 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Milne cranking it up now. The first ball is 152kph which Dhawan taps on the leg side for one. The second ball is 153kph but Kohli drives it back past the bowler and it speeds off the bat for a cracking four.
He manages to beat the right-hander with the next ball with one outside the off-stump which bounces a bit more.
Kohli taps the fifth ball on the leg side for a single before Dhawan comes forward and defends the last ball.
- ScorecardIndia 47-1 (11 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Corey Anderson comes into the attack to replace Southee, who bowled a tidy first spell of five overs for 15 runs.
Kohli defends the first three deliveries before he flicks the fourth through the leg side for a couple. He then hits the next behind point for another couple as four runs come from that over.
- ScorecardIndia 43-1 (10 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Fast bowler Adam Milne comes into the attack. He starts with a quick delivery clocked at 147kmph as Dhawan comes forward to defend and it bounces over the fielder at point and goes for a boundary.
The next ball is 150kmph
which Dhawan blocks watchfully and he continues to tip the 150 mark consistently through the over.
The last ball is short and it bounces high over the keeper and is called a wide.
Five runs from a super quick over from the young Milne.
India are 43 for one in 10 overs with Dhawan on 22 from 26 balls and Kohli on 11 from 12 balls.
- ScorecardIndia 38-1 (9 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Dhawan plays a lovely drive through the covers for his second boundary as Southee overpitches it outside the off-stump. He tries a short ball which Dhawan pulls but Anderson at square leg is unable to hold on as he leaps high for two runs followed by a single.
- ScorecardIndia 31-1 (8 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
McClenaghan tries a short ball at Kohli, who pulls it powerfully through square leg for a boundary. Two balls later he takes a tumble on the follow through after bowling it at 143kmph which Kohli blocks.
But the next delivery is a full toss and Kohli is happy to place it in the gap through midwicket for a four.
Kohli has got off to a good start, 12 from 10 balls, as India reach 31 for one in eight overs.
- ScorecardIndia 23-1 (7 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Dhawan looking in good touch, timing the ball well but unable to find the gaps consistently. Southee drops the third ball short as Dhawan pulls him on the leg side for his first boundary.
Southee has conceded just eight runs from four overs, including two maidens.
- ScorecardIndia 19-1 (6 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Rohit's struggle finally comes to an end. He looks to pull a short ball from McClenaghan only to hole out to the fielder at deep square leg after a painful innings of three from 23 balls.
Virat Kohli gets off the mark in some style as he crashes a wide half volley through the covers for a boundary.
- ScorecardIndia 15-0 (5 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Dhawan unable to find the gap on the off-side from the first two deliveries before he lets a short ball go through after initially deciding to play the pull shot.
He drives the fourth delivery through the covers for a couple for the first runs conceded by Southee in this match, after 2.4 overs.
Dhawan powerfully cuts the next delivery but fails to beat point who fumbles and they get one. Rohit turns the last ball square on the leg side for a single.
- ScorecardIndia 11-0 (4 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
McClenaghan gets it to move from Dhawan, who prefers to let it go before steering the next on the off-side for one.
Rohit continues to struggle as he is struck on top of the pads trying to play across the line but the umpire turns down the decision.
He tries to heave the last ball on the leg side but is beaten. Rohit's poor form from South Africa continues, he is one from 20 balls.
- ScorecardIndia 9-0 (3 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Rohit content to get his eye in as he plays Southee with utmost caution, defending outside the off-stump.
The fifth ball is on the pads and Rohit again misses the flick as it hits his pads and goes through to the keeper.
Another maiden over from Southee, who is yet to conceded a run in two overs.
- ScorecardIndia 9-0 (2 ovs) vs NZ 284-7
Left-arm pacer Mitchell McClenaghan to bowl the second over. The first ball is on Dhawan's pads, who flicks it through midwicket to get off the mark with three runs.
He then bowls a wide to Rohit down the leg side while he takes one two balls later.
Seven runs from the second over takes India to nine for no loss after two overs.
- ScorecardIndia 2-0 (1 ov) vs NZ 284-7
Tim Southee to bowl the first over for NZ as Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan walk out to open the batting for the visitors.
The first ball is on the pads as Rohit misses the flick but gets two leg byes in the process. The right-hander watchfully defends the rest of the over as Southee starts with a maiden.
- ScorecardNZ 284-7 (49 ovs) vs India
India managed to pull back things in the final overs with 36 runs coming from the last five for the loss of two wickets.
Anderson played a big role with the bat towards the end, blasting 68 from 40 deliveries, hitting three fours and four big sixes.
For India, Shami was the most successful bowler, claiming four for 55 in nine overs and Bhuvneshwar impressed with one for 38 in 10 overs.
The experienced Ishant once again struggled, as he took one for 72 in 10 overs, while Jadeja claimed one for 61.
- ScorecardNZ 292-7 (50 ovs) vs India
Ishant to bowl the final over of the innings. India's bowlers have managed to control the flow of boundaries by bowling good yorkers as Ishant does in the final over.
Just three runs from the first three balls before Anderson drives the fourth ball to long-off for a couple.
The fifth ball is again a yorker which Anderson drives on the off-side for one.
Tim Southee shuffles across and chips the last ball over short fine leg region for a couple as New Zealand finish on 292 for seven in 50 overs.
- ScorecardNZ 284-7 (49 ovs) vs India
Anderson hits the first ball from Shami to long-on as they come back for a couple before taking one from the next delivery.
Three dot balls to Nathan McCullum before he is caught and bowled off the last delivery for two.
A good performance with the ball by Shami, who finishes with four for 55 in nine overs.
- ScorecardNZ 281-6 (48 ovs) vs India
Ishant comes back and he will be feeling the pressure after some poor overs in his previous spell.
After two full deliveries, Ishant gifts a half volley on the pads which Anderson flicks over midwicket for a six.
Two balls later Ishant provides India with some relief with the wicket of Ronchi, who is caught at short thirdman after hitting 30 from 18 balls, with the help of two fours and two sixes.
Ronchi and Anderson put on 66 runs from 37 deliveries for the sixth wicket to provide some much needed boost to the NZ innings.
- ScorecardNZ 269-5 (47 ovs) vs India
Anderson hits Shami through the off-side for a couple before chipping the next ball over the covers for two runs to bring up his fifty, from 30 balls.
A good comeback from Shami, giving away just six runs, after going for 19 in his previous over.
- ScorecardNZ 263-5 (46 ovs) vs India
Bhuvneshwar comes back. He is keeping it simple, bowling full and on the stumps. Four singles from the first four deliveries before Rohit fumbles at long-off for two runs. The last ball is a full toss which Anderson drives to long-off for a single.
An excellent performance from Bhuvneshwar as he finishes with one for 38 in 10 overs.
- ScorecardNZ 256-5 (45 ovs) vs India
New Zealand on an all out attack with Ronchi slog sweeping Jadeja. The umpires after checking a few replays and consulting with the third umpire have called it a six with replays not that conclusive.
Three balls later Ronchi attempts the same shot and this time it goes even further for another six.
He continues to torment Jadeja with another slog but this time he gets a four through that same region.
20 runs from the Jadeja over to follow up on the 19 from the previous over from Shami.
- ScorecardNZ 236-5 (44 ovs) vs India
Shami comes back for a new spell. Ronchi slams the first ball down the ground past the bowler through mid-on for a boundary. He pulls the next ball but it goes to the fielder at deep midwicket for one.
Another massive hit from Anderson as he pulls it over the leg side and again it has gone over the roof and out of the stadium. That huge six was measured at 122 metres!
Shami switches to round the wicket. He tries a short ball which Anderson looks to pull but gets a top edge and it goes over Dhoni for a four.
The last ball is a wide half volley which Anderson smokes over the off-side for a boundary.
19 runs from the Shami over as NZ reach 236 for five in 44 overs.
The left-hander has raced to 41 from 22 balls, with three sixes and three fours.
- ScorecardNZ 217-5 (43 ovs) vs India
Ashwin will continue. Anderson takes a single from the first ball before Ronchi takes a risky single to mid-off as Jadeja misses the direct hit with the batsman well out of his crease.
Two more singles as Ashwin concedes just four runs in that over.
- ScorecardNZ 213-5 (42 ovs) vs India
Bhuvneshwar comes back to replace Ishant, who went for 17 runs in his previous over. He gets the big wicket of McCullum, who gets an edge and Dhoni takes an unbelievable catch standing up to the wicket to the medium pacer.
NZ captain made 30 from 25 balls, hitting four boundaries as Luke Ronchi walks out to the middle.
- ScorecardNZ 212-4 (41 ovs) vs India
Ashwin comes back. A single from the second ball as McCullum hits it on the leg side before Anderson launches the off-spinner into the stands over midwicket for his second six followed by three singles from the last three deliveries of that over.
- ScorecardNZ 202-4 (40 ovs) vs India
Anderson is looking quite ominous out in the middle. Ishant drops short and the tall left-hander pulls it high over square leg for a six and it has fallen on the roof. That was a huge hit and the umpires call for a new ball.
McCullum then comes down the track and lofts a full toss over the covers for a boundary. Ishant continues to suffer as he slides it down the leg side which McCullum flicks past short fine leg for another four.
Ishant has gone for 17 runs in that over as New Zealand reach 202 for four in 40 overs, having scored 41 runs in five overs of Batting Powerplay.
- ScorecardNZ 185-4 (39 ovs) vs India
Anderson holds the record for the fastest century in ODIs when he hit a century from 36 balls against the West Indies earlier this month. He nicely warms up for the task ahead as he lofts a half volley from Ahmed over long-off for a boundary and then picks up on the leg side.
Shami bowls a quick bouncer to McCullum who looks to pull but is beaten before slapping the next through the off-side for three runs.
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- ScorecardNZ 177-4 (38 ovs) vs India
Anderson pulls the third ball from Ishant to deep midwicket for one before McCullum drives the next to long-on for a single.
Anderson gets a single from the fifth ball before McCullum defends the last ball.
- ScorecardNZ 174-4 (37 ovs) vs India
Shami comes back and he strikes with the key wicket of Taylor, who is caught behind for 55, hitting only one boundary in 82 deliveries. The right-hander went after a wide delivery but only managed to get an edge as India strike in the Powerplay.
That catch also saw Dhoni complete 300 dismissal in ODIs.
New batsman Corey Anderson gets off the mark with a single as three runs come from the last three deliveries.
- ScorecardNZ 171-3 (36 ovs) vs India
The Batting Powerplay comes into effect as India bring back Ishant Sharma. He starts with a short ball as Taylor looks to pull but he gets a bottom edge and is stopped by Dhoni behind the stumps.
McCullum gives Ishant the charge and lofts him back over his head for a boundary to get 10 runs from that over.
- ScorecardNZ 161-3 (35 ovs) vs India
Bhuvneshwar comes back into the attack to replace Jadeja, who took a wicket in his previous over.
Two singles from the first five deliveries before McCullum cuts the last ball powerfully through point for a boundary.
- ScorecardNZ 155-3 (34 ovs) vs India
Ashwin comes back for another spell. He bowls a tidy over giving away just two singles, including one to new batsman Brendon McCullum.
- ScorecardNZ 153-3 (33 ovs) vs India
Jadeja continues as Taylor takes a single from the first ball to bring up his fifty from 70 balls.
The left-arm spinner drops short as Williamson cuts it on the off-side for a boundary as Dhoni is clearly unhappy with his length.
Two more singles before Jadeja gets the wicket with the last ball of that over.
A tame end to a good innings from Williamson, who chips it straight to the fielder at short cover. He made 71 from 88 balls, hitting seven fours, putting on 121 runs from 152 deliveries for the third wicket with Taylor.
- ScorecardNZ 146-2 (32 ovs) vs India
Kohli comes back as Dhoni looks to make up some overs from the part-timer.
Two singles from the first three balls before Williamson tries to pull it fine but can't beat Ishant on the edge of the circle. He then drives it on the off-side for a single and Taylor gets one from the last ball.
Kohli doing a good job with the ball, giving away 13 runs from three overs.
- ScorecardNZ 142-2 (31 ovs) vs India
So another one-over spell for Kohli, who has bowled two overs for nine runs.
Jadeja comes back and he gives away six runs in that over as New Zealand are content to play it steady at the moment, perhaps waiting for the Batting Powerplay.
- ScorecardNZ 136-2 (30 ovs) vs India
Williamson has been pretty impressive with his footwork against the spinners and yet again he dances down the track to Ashwin and drives him to long-off for one.
Taylor hits the next ball to the same region for a single.
Williamson then comes down and makes room before lofting it over the covers for a boundary which also brings up the 100-run partnership for the third wicket from 131 balls.
Taylor hits the fifth ball on the off-side for a couple before he takes one from the last ball to get 10 runs from that over.
New Zealand are 136 for two in 30 overs with Williamson on 62 from 78 balls, and Taylor on 43 from 63 balls.
- ScorecardNZ 126-2 (29 ovs) vs India
Kohli comes back, replacing Jadeja, who bowled six overs for 28 runs. He is bowling medium pace and does a good job, giving away just four singles as New Zealand continue to play it safe.
- ScorecardNZ 122-2 (28 ovs) vs India
Williamson drives Ashwin to long-off for one before Taylor hits it to long-on for another one.
Two more singles end another tidy over from Ashwin.
India have managed to keep things tight with just 17 runs coming from the last five overs.
- ScorecardNZ 118-2 (27 ovs) vs India
Williamson hits Jadeja down to long-off for a single before Taylor is forced to defend the rest of the over.
Just a single from that over from Jadeja as India look to build the pressure with some tight overs.
- ScorecardNZ 117-2 (26 ovs) vs India
Williamson drives Ashwin to long-on for a single to complete his half-century, from 66 balls.
Two more singles before Taylor steers it fine on the off-side for a couple to give five runs from the Ashwin over, who has gone for 22 runs in five overs.
- ScorecardNZ 112-2 (25 ovs) vs India
Jadeja bowling it flat and quick as Williamson defends the first ball before taking one to long-on and Taylor picks one from the next ball on the off-side.
Another single from the fifth ball as three runs come from that over.
At the halfway stage, NZ are 112 for two in 25 overs with Williamson on 49 and Taylor on 32.
- ScorecardNZ 109-2 (24 ovs) vs India
Taylor defends the first two deliveries from Ashwin before he cuts the third ball very fine past the keeper for two runs.
Two more singles from the last two deliveries to make it four runs from that over.
- ScorecardNZ 105-2 (23 ovs) vs India
Jadeja drops it short and wide as Williamson cuts it past point for a boundary before taking a single from the next ball, to midwicket.
Taylor then attempts the cut shot as it evades the fielder at point, who gets a hand to it and they pick three runs in the process.
Eight runs come from that Jadeja over, who has gone for 24 runs in four overs.
- ScorecardNZ 97-2 (22 ovs) vs India
Nothing in it for the spinners as four singles come from the 22nd over bowled by Ashwin.
Williamson is looking quite good, having made 41 from 56 balls, while Taylor is on 25 from 37 balls.
- ScorecardNZ 93-2 (21 ovs) vs India
Jadeja comes back into the attack in place of Kohli, who bowled just one over.
Both the batsmen look quite settled out in the middle as they pick three easy singles in that over.
NZ batsmen playing risk free cricket but yet managing to keep the scoreboard moving at a good rate.
- ScorecardNZ 90-2 (20 ovs) vs India
Williamson gives Ashwin the charge and lofts him over the off-side for a boundary as it bounces just short. He then goes back and cuts it to deep point for a single.
Taylor drives the fourth delivery to long-off for one before Williamson defends the last two deliveries of the over.
- ScorecardNZ 83-2 (19 ovs) vs India
Interesting change from Dhoni as part-timer Virat Kohli is brought into the attack. Williamson drives the first ball to sweeper cover for a single before Taylor hits the next to long-off for one.
Two more singles bring up the 50-run partnership for the third wicket from 67 balls as New Zealand continue to build.
NZ pick easy five singles from that over.
- ScorecardNZ 78-2 (18 ovs) vs India
Ravichandran Ashwin comes into the attack in place of Jadeja, who bowled two overs for 13 runs.
Williamson chips down the track to the first ball and gets a single on the leg side before Taylor gets one to long-on from the fourth ball.
A good start from Ashwin, giving away just two runs in his opening over.
- ScorecardNZ 76-2 (17 ovs) vs India
Ishant continues to struggle. He again drifts on the pads as Williamson hits it through the leg side for a boundary to continue the good tempo from the last few overs.
Ishant tries a bouncer at Taylor, who looks to pull but misses. The next ball comes in a bit and hits Taylor on the pads but the loud confident shout for LBW is turned down. That looked very close!
At the first drinks break, NZ have recovered to 76 for two in 17 overs. Williamson is batting on 30 from 41 balls, while Taylor has made 15 from 22 balls with 32 runs coming from the last five overs.
- ScorecardNZ 71-2 (16 ovs) vs India
New Zealand looking to cut loose as Williamson comes down the track and chips Jadeja over midwicket and gets a boundary. He turns the next delivery on the leg side for one and Taylor takes one on the off-side.
Williamson again plays the chip over midwicket and this time the fielder stops it on the ropes to keep it down to three despite a slight confusion from the two batsmen.
Taylor drives the last ball through the covers as the fielder stops it on the ropes.
New Zealand get 11 runs from the over to reach 71 for two in 16 overs.
- ScorecardNZ 60-2 (15 ovs) vs India
Williamson breaks the shackles as he flicks Ishant through midwicket for a four, the first after a long wait of 56 deliveries. He guides the next delivery to the thirdman region for one.
Ishant bowls another poor delivery as Taylor flicks the fifth ball off his pads to the fine leg region for the second four of the over. He tries the same shot off the last delivery but misses the flick as it hits his pads and is stopped by Dhoni.
- ScorecardNZ 50-2 (14 ovs) vs India
India introduce spin in the form of left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja. Williamson drives the first ball straight as Jadeja makes a good stop diving to his right. He gets a single from the third delivery to long-off.
Taylor takes a single from the next delivery to bring up New Zealand's 50 in the 14th over.
- ScorecardNZ 48-2 (13 ovs) vs India
An extended first spell for Bhuvneshwar as he comes on to bowl his seventh over on the trot.
Taylor steers the third delivery to thirdman region for one before Williamson flicks it through midwicket for a couple and then steers the fifth ball to thirdman for a single.
- ScorecardNZ 44-2 (12 ovs) vs India
India have managed to dry up the runs as just eight runs have come from the last 24 deliveries. Williamson is unable to get a run from the first four deliveries by Ishant before he punches it through the covers for a couple and then repeats the shot off the last ball for the same result.
- ScorecardNZ 40-2 (11 ovs) vs India
Bhuvneshwar to bowl his sixth over. Taylor turns the first ball on the leg side for a single before Williamson defends the next three deliveries.
He then cuts the fifth delivery for a single as two runs come from that over.
- ScorecardNZ 38-2 (10 ovs) vs India
Shami goes off the field perhaps for some treatment after a good first spell of two for 16 in four overs as Ishant Sharma comes into the attack.
The second ball drifts on the pads as Taylor clips it square on the leg side for a couple and then hits the next ball on the off-side for a single.
Williamson defends the last three deliveries as NZ reach 38 for two in 10 overs.
- ScorecardNZ 35-2 (9 ovs) vs India
Bhuvneshwar to continue as Williamson lets the first ball go through before defending the next delivery.
Williamson then taps it on the leg side for one before Taylor does the same to get off the mark.
Williamson defends the last two deliveries to end Kumar's fifth over.
- ScorecardNZ 33-2 (8 ovs) vs India
Williamson flicks Shami on the leg side for a single from the first delivery.
Shami gets another wicket as Guptill tries to force through the off-side but gets an edge which is held by Ashwin at first slip. He went hard after a wide delivery that moved away but only get an edge which went quickly to Ashwin, who held it easily.
Guptill walks back for eight from 23 balls as NZ are reduced to 32 for two in the eighth over.
Extra pace and bounce from Shami as Ross Taylor goes for a big shot through the off-side but misses and that is called a wide.
Shami seems to be struggling with his back and looks in some problem.
- ScorecardNZ 31-1 (7 ovs) vs India
Williamson looks to flick Bhuvneshwar on the leg side but misses and gets one leg bye. The next ball comes in again as Guptill flicks it towards fine leg region for a couple.
The young pacer then again loses his radar, bowling a leg side wide to the right-hander before Guptill plays out the last three deliveries of the over.
- ScorecardNZ 27-1 (6 ovs) vs India
New batsman Kane Williamson defends the first ball from Shami on the leg side before he offers no shot to the next one outside the off-stump.
The next two deliveries are left alone before Williamson looks to pull a short ball but misses and gets a leading edge to thirdman for one.
Guptill defends the last ball as Shami bowls another good over.
- ScorecardNZ 26-1 (5 ovs) vs India
Guptill content to defend as he offers a straight bat to a length delivery from Bhuvneshwar before letting the next one go through. He seems to have found his rhythm, keeping it outside the off-stump and moving it away.
But the last ball offers some width and Guptill crashes it through the off-side for his first boundary.
- ScorecardNZ 22-1 (4 ovs) vs India
Shami bowls a beauty, moving it across left-hander Ryder who pokes at it but is beaten. He taps the next ball towards point where Virat Kohli makes a good diving stop to save some runs. The next ball again slants across Ryder who looks unsure outside the off-stump and is beaten again.
Shami then drifts it on the pads and Ryder is happy to pull it square on the leg side for a boundary.
But the pacer gets his revenge as he breaks through Ryder's defence to bowl him for 18.
- ScorecardNZ 18-0 (3 ovs) vs India
Bhuvneshwar starts his second over with a wide down the leg side to Guptill. Two balls later he bowls it wide on the off-side but the umpires lets it go before the pacer sends another one down the leg side but this time it is ruled a wide.
Guptill looking to get his eye as he plays with caution as NZ reach 18 for no loss in three overs.
- ScorecardNZ 16-0 (2 ovs) vs India
Mohammed Shami to bowl the second over. Guptill looks to defend but gets an inside edge to the fine leg region for another single. Ryder nudges the third delivery fine on the leg side as the fielder which is moved square is unable to get to the ball for a boundary.
Ryder smashes the next delivery through the covers for another cracking four, he has raced to 14 from eight balls, with two fours and a six.
Shami beats him off the next ball as the left-hander looks to defend but the ball moves away to beat the edge of the bat.
- ScorecardNZ 7-0 (1 ov) vs India
Bhuvneshwar Kumar to bowl the first over for India as Jesse Ryder and Martin Guptill come out to open the batting for the Kiwis.
Guptill gets off the mark with a single from the first delivery on the leg side. Ryder looks to defend as he plays cautiously before flicking the last delivery behind square on the leg side for a six.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has won the toss and elected to bowl against New Zealand in the first One-Day International, on Sunday.
Ajinkya Rahane comes into the team in place of Yuvraj Singh, who was dropped after the ODI series in South Africa following a run of poor scores.
India go in with three fast bowlers -- Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami. Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin will be the two spinners.