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Trent Boult dismissed Virat Kohli for 1

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WICKET Rishabh Pant has thrown it away. Looking to hit Mitchell Santner out of the ground, he chooses the mid wicket region and holes out to the fielder at deep mid wicket. Just when a stand was going strong for India, another wicket falls.

DLS ALERT: Lights have come on. If play is called off at the end of the 20th over, with four wickets down, India would need 110.

Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya have steadied India's innings while the ball has stopped moving around. India have gone past the 50-run mark, with no more than four wickets down.

Hardik Pandya has been promoted after the fall of the fourth wicket. Do you think MS Dhoni should have walked out to bat with India under pressure?

WICKET Dinesh Karthik's vigil comes to an end. James Neesham takes a fine low diving catch. Matt Henry gets his third wicket. But even in his short stay, he has ensured that he has seen through the difficult period of play. India 24 for 4.

JOIN THE CONVERSATION: Indian fans, this must be an alien feeling. But how comfortable is it right now o watch India in such a precarious situation?

It took 21 balls coming, but when it did, Dinesh Karthik got off the mark with a boundary!

And there goes another! KL Rahul gets an edge to the 'keeper. Matt Henry with his second wicket. India's top order, that had been the strong point of their campaign all along, have faltered in the swinging conditions here and left the team reeling.

MASSIVE STRIKE! Trent Boult's inswing traps Virat Kohli legbefore. The Indian captain takes a review but only to see it fall short to on-field umpire's call on height. India are reeling at 5 for 2 with both their best batsmen back in the pavilion.

WICKET Matt Henry delivers the perfect outswinger and Rohit Sharma is stuck in his crease as he gets an outside edge to the 'keeper. A rare failure in this world cup for the Indian opener. Big wicket for New Zealand!

Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul have walked out to open the innings for India. Trent Boult with the first new ball for New Zealand

Mitchell Santner and Trent Boult have thrown their bats around to help New Zealand to 239 for 8. New Zealand managed to add 28 in 23 balls this morning. It isn't a massive total but good enough for New Zealand to keep the challenge going. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has returned with three wickets while Jasprit Bumrah has taken two. Ravindra Jadeja's work with the ball and on the field was also a massive plus. The turnaround time for India's innings to start will be only 10 minutes.

WICKET Ravindra Jadeja is at it again. This time, he picks up a fine catch at deep mid wicket to dismiss Tom Latham, who had attempted his first slog of the day. Two wickets in two balls

ANOTHER TAYLOR RUN OUT: But you can't blame the batsman here. looking to pick another quick two, he falls short of a fine Ravindra Jadeja direct hit from deep square leg.

New Zealand have been very smart in the way they have approached their innings so far today morning. Instead of going for the big shots, they have worked the ball around in vacant areas and collected a flurry of twos.

Tom Latham and Ross Taylor have walked out to resume New Zealand's innings. Bhuvneshwar Kumar to resume his over.

Kaushik says: "I'd expect lesser crowd today... it was all chaos yesterday with fans/journalists trying to reschedule their accommodation and travel plans. People on plans not flexible were requested to donate their tickets to the local cricket communities via boxes placed outside the exit gates yesterday."

In case you missed out on what happened or just want to revise, here's what happened

Hello and welcome to the reserve day of the first semifinal of ICC World Cup 2019 - between India and New Zealand. Due to rain, only 46.1 overs were possible on the reserve day, with New Zealand managing 211 for 5, with Ross Taylor unbeaten on 67. How much do you think New Zealand will end up scoring?

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