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Cricket news - Shami, Kuldeep shoot New Zealand down for 157

Shami set the ball rolling by removing the New Zealand openers in his first spell

Mohammed Shami, the limit of three wickets and Kuldeep Yadav 4 for 39 helped India, new Zealand 157 in the fir~st ODI in Napier on Wednesday (23. January). Shami is fired spells and Yuzvendra open Chahal the control in the middle overs to allow India, the boss of the game, as you scratch kept, even if Kane Williamson stood tall with his 81-ball 64.

New Zealand decided to bat but Shami's opening two wickets, where he sent back, Martin Guptill and Colin Munro - the ball rolling for India at an early stage. The pacer was on the money from the start and, in conjunction with movement in the air and off the track to the difficulties both of the opener. Guptill, a hacked, while Shami got between the bat and pad Munro, knock off the pole. Ross Taylor walked in to bat with six scores of 50 or more in his last six innings. If Williamson and Taylor together to stabilize the shots you promised not only lift the side to a fighting total, but also eased the nerves in the locker room.

Chahal was on 11. over and beat to break in his third over, the threat of a stand. Beaten in the flight, Taylor chipped a low catch back to legspinner to leave his team in all kinds of bother. Tom Latham struck some sharp blows, but again fell to the Chahal with the bowler claiming his second caught and thrown. Henry Nicholls whipped cream, slipped one to midwicket off, Kedar Jadhav, new Zealand to 107 for 5 at the 24.

Williamson received some support from Mitchell Santner (14) but the stand is worth the 26 - never really threatened to take the game away from India. The new Zealand captain stood tall, but kept much to his frustration, lose the Partner. Shami came back to remove Santner, before Kuldeep the ko punch landed. New Zealand had, huffed and puffed 146 6 34. Soon after the drinks break, Williamson tries to launch it over the border, but all he had managed, long-off fielder. Doug Bracewell fell soon after, as the left-arm spinner, cleaned up the lower order wickets with ease.

It was a clinical show, but there were smaller outliers. Williamson case, the captain was left in the 16th over with New Zealand-only on the 21. In the late innings, Shikhar Dhawan is a straight-forward chance to Tim Southee fell, but the damage, which meant in the middle overs were India never really under pressure.

Brief scores: new Zealand 157 in 38 overs (Kane Williamson 64; Kuldeep Yadav 4-39, Mohammed Shami 3-19) vs India

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