Ish Sodhi led a coordinated attack by New Zealand’s spin bowler, with a quick fire before Martin Guptill defeated Australia with seven wickets on Sunday’s fifth T20I and a 3-2 victory in a five-game series. Defeated 71 runs.
Sodi, the leg spinner, scored 3-24 as the top wicket taker in the series was held at 142-8, averaging 18 and improving to 13 at 11.8, after Australia chose to beat the toss. Did.
The series wins! Glen Phillips (34 * off 16) did it stylishly, finishing eight wickets wins, @kfcnz Series 3-2 👏 Martin Gaptil scored top score at 71 (46), and he and Devon Conway (28 off 36) set the chase! #NZvAUS pic.twitter.com/n3hcJoq6Qy
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New Zealand was piloted by Gaptil and Devon Conway, who scored 106 on their first wicket with a 11.5 over, surpassing the total with 27 balls left.
Sodi was supported during an Australian inning by left-handed Mitchell Santner taking a new ball and bowling four overs at a cost of just 21 runs. Focusing on the effects of spins in the previous game of the series, New Zealand also used part-time spinners Mark Chapman (2 overs to 1-9) and Glen Phillips (2 overs for 21 runs).
At Sky Stadium’s drop-in pitch, the last three games of the series took place in six days. Australia scored 208-4 in the third match and won 64 runs, but on the fourth pitch it was considerably slower, supporting the spin, defending a total of 156-6 and winning 50 runs.
Until Sunday, each match in the series was won by the first batting team. New Zealand won the first two-53 and four-runs, but when chasing in Wellington, it was previously unable to put together a substantial inning.
New Zealand for the last 10 years:
Test – 6 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses
ODI-6 wins, 4 losses (including) # CWC19 Last
T20Is – 7 wins, 3 losses
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We needed a stronger foundation from the opening round. Gaptil and Tim Seyfert played only 20 times in the third match and 21 times in the fourth match as Australia counterattacked to level the series.
Conway was promoted to the opening with Gaptil on Sunday, and the new opening pair quickly won the gold medal, reaching a century partnership in 12 days.
Gaptil posted the 17th T20 out of 33 balls and moved to 2nd place behind. Virat Kohli It is on the list of top run scorers at T20 International.
The partnership was finally broken by Riley Meredith on the 12th day when Conway was caught in the deep sea at 36.
New Zealand captain flickers hope in Australia Kane Williamson Dropped lbw on Meredith’s first ball.
Gaptil laid the foundation for New Zealand’s victory with 15 overs, making 71 out of 46 balls with 7 boundaries and 4 6s.
Phillips finished his job and hit 15 balls to 34 with five 4s and two 6s, including a 6 of 16 winning runs off Adam Zampa.
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Australia was unable to contain Gaptil, but New Zealand was able to almost neutralize the Australian tycoon.
Australia also tried a new opening combination and encouraged Josh Philippe to join Aaron Finch However, the move failed and Philip got two outs in two seconds, trapping lbw. Trent vault The person who took 2-26.
Finch made 69 in the third match and carried 79 bats in the fourth match. However, he went out on Sunday 36 and fell to Sodi. The Australian captain was dropped from Sodi by Tim Sauchy on a potentially costly mistake, but fell just two balls after being caught by Mitchell Santner.
The hit Glenn Maxwell was probably New Zealand’s most wanted wicket, and when Australia was 77-3, he fell to a rookie Chapman once every 11 times.
Matthew Wade made a lively 44 before being fired by Vault Marcus Stoinis He fell to Sodi at the age of 26. Australia was unable to collect late fees and increase the total.
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New Zealand beat Australia in its fifth T20I, dramatically sealing the series
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