Who won New Zealand vs India 3rd T20 ? Check NZ vs IND Man of the Match Award winner

Updated on: Nov 22, 2022 5:32 pm IST

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    India and New Zealand crossed swords with each other in third T20I of series. With series being 1-0, both the teams came out all guns blazing and it’s fair to say that bowlers from the both the sides dominated the game. In the end it was the home side who stepped on the occasion and performed reasonably well before rain interrupted and saw the game resulting in tie. The series went in India’s favour 1-0.

    New Zealand vs India 3rd T20I: Rain plays a spoilsport as third T20I between New Zealand and India ends in tie 

    Asked to bat first, New Zealand had a poor start as they lost Fin Allen and Mark Chapman early but after that it was Devon Conway (59) and Glenn Phillips (54), who played exceptionally well and stitched 86 runs partnership to put their side in a comfortable position.

    However, after that Mohammed Siraj (4/17) and Arshdeep Singh (4/37) combined together and produced a exceptional death bowling performance to scatter New Zealand wickets like a pack of cards in the end. A superlative effort in the end helped India restrict opposition to the total of 160 runs.

    Chasing the target, India had a poor start as they lost they lost Ishan Kishan (10), Rishabh Pant (11) and Shreyas Iyer (0) inside the power play before Suryakumar Yadav also perished for 13 runs to leave India tottering at 60/4. After that rain played a spoilsport and scores were level at that point as per the DLS, which resulted in tie and saw India winning the a series by the margin of 1-0.

    New Zealand vs India: Who won the Man of the match award in New Zealand vs India 3rd T20I 

    Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj was awarded Player of the Match in the third T20I between New Zealand and India. The pacer registered his career best figures and returned with the figures of 4/17. He removed Mark Chapman on the second delivery of his spell. He then later went on to remove well-set Glenn Philips for 54 and also sent James Neesham and Mitchell Santner. His staggering spell helped India restrict the opposition to the total of 160 runs.

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