IND vs NZ: Watch - Ishan Kishan hilariously trolls Rohit Sharma by saying "Bhaiya captain toh aap hai"


Ishan Kishan trolled Rohit Sharma after the match as the Indian skipper as he hilariously said that he was the captain of the side when Ishan Kishan was sitting on the bench. Rohit Sharma-led Indian team clashed with New Zealand in the 1st One-day match at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad on 18th January, Wednesday.

Coming to the ongoing game, Rohit Sharma won the toss and opted to bat. The skipper opened the innings with Shubman Gill and put up a fabulous start for their side. Both the batters added 60 runs for the opening wicket before Rohit Sharma mistimed the shot during the spell of Blair Tickner.

After that, Mitchell Santner provided an important breakthrough for New Zealand by sending back in-form Virat Kohli for just 8 runs. Following his dismissal, Ishan Kishan also failed to put up some runs on the board as he was sent back to the dressing room by Lockie Ferguson on 5 runs.

Despite losing wickets on one end, Shubman Gill has been ruthless against the opposition bowlers as he smashed them all around the park. He completed his hundred and put up a crucial 65-run stand with Suryakumar Yadav before India's Mr 360 throws away his wicket to Daryl Mitchell.

Michael Bracewell's fabulous knock went in vain:

Ind vs Nz - Mitchell Santner - Michael Bracewell

Shubman Gill continued his form and scored valuable runs along with Hardik Pandya who was given out on a controversial decision by the third umpire. While the other batters returned to the dressing room, Shubman Gill stood strong on one end and smashed his maiden double hundred in One-day Internationals.

He ended up his inning scoring 208 runs off just 149 balls which consist of 19 fours and 9 sixes to his name. In the end, India posted a huge total of 349 runs on the board.

Chasing the target, Finn Allen and Devon Conway opened the innings for New Zealand as Mohammed Siraj provided the first breakthrough for India by getting the wicket of the left-handed batter for 10 runs.

Finn Allen who looked well set with the bat was dismissed by Shardul Thakur for 40 runs. Henry Nicholls and Daryl Mitchell failed to score runs for their side as they returned to the pavilion scoring just 18 and 9 runs respectively.

Then, Tom Latham who got a good start to his inning was also removed by Mohammed Siraj when he was batting on 24 runs. However, Michael Bracewell tried his best with the bat and smashed 140 runs as he almost took his side close to the victory line before Shardul Thakur removes him in the final over of the game.

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