Ravindra Jadeja is the last man to be dismissed as New Zealand take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.
India are bundled out for 251
New Zealand make a comeback after Yuzvendra Chahal's run out.
India are 251/9
Ravindra Jadeja fights back with a marvellous fifty
Navdeep Saini castled by Kyle Jamieson after a wonderful 45.
India are 229/8
Ravindra Jadeja and Navdeep Saini add 50 runs for the 8th wicket stand.
Indian hopes rest on Ravindra Jadeja's shoulders.
Can Ravindra Jadeja repeat the heroics of 2014?
India are 167/5 after 35 overs.
India in total disarray as Shardul Thakur gets castled by Colin de Grandhomme
Indian batsmen hoping to make amends in the slog overs.
India are 143/6 after 30 overs.
Jadeja-Thakur look to help India rise from the shambles
Shreyas Iyer departs after right after scoring his half-century.
Indian innings falling apart as they are 129/6
Indian batsmen looking to stage a fightback.
India are 108/5 at the halfway mark.
Can Jadeja- Iyer rescue India?
India are 104/5 after 24 overs.
New Zealand rejoice at Kedar Jadhav's wicket.
India lose half their side for 95.
New Zealand bowlers making it tough for India.
India are 86/4 after 19 overs.
Runs hard to come by for India.
After 16 overs, India are 76/4
KL Rahul's wicket puts India in all sorts of trouble.
Can KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer stitch yet another important partnership?
India are 69/3 after 12 overs.
A huge blow for India as Tim Southee castles skipper Virat Kohli.
India are 57/3
New Zealand keep India at bay.
After 8 overs, India are 47/2
Kyle Jamieson cleans up Prithvi Shaw with a beauty as India lose both their openers.
India are 34/3 in 5 overs
An early setback for India as Mayank Agarwal falls for 3.
India are 21/1.
Prithvi Shaw gets India off to a good start.
India are 17/0 after 2 overs.
Young Prithvi Shaw scores 12 runs in the first over of Hamish Bennet
India eye a good start as openers Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw make their way out to the middle.
Taylor-Jamieson's 76-run ninth-wicket stand powers New Zealand to 273/8
Taylor-Jamieson add 50 runs for the ninth-wicket stand.
Ross Taylor makes his bat do the talking once again. Scores yet another scintillating half-century.
Chahal picks his 3rd wicket, dismisses Southee (3). New Zealand are 197-8
New Zealand are 196-7 in 41 overs
Seventh wicket for India as Chahal completes an easy caught & bowled to get Chapman. New Zealand are 187-7 in 37.4 overs
Shardul Thakur gets his second wicket in the match, dismisses Colin de Grandhomme as ShreyasIyer completes a safe catch
It's Jadeja's turn now with his quick hands on the field as he takes Neesham out of the game with a direct hit. Half of the New Zealand side is back in the dug out as Jadeja follows Shardul's suit
Jadeja gets the HUGE wicket of Kiwi skipper Latham! New Zealand are four wickets down & are 171-4 in 33.1 overs
The run out of Guptill is a big break. NZ were cruising to 300+— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) February 8, 2020
Shardul Thakur's lightning fast hands on the field gets India their 3rd wicket as the dangerous Guptill is run-out for 79 runs. New Zealand are 157-3
New Zealand are 157-2 in 29 overs
New Zealand reach 150 runs in 28 overs
Blundell sends the ball straight down Saini's throat as Shardul Thakur finds the breakthrough for India. The budding partnership between Guptill & Blundell is broken
Martin Guptill marches on to 73 runs as the Kiwis rotate the strike to frustrate India. New Zealand are 137-1 in 26 overs
New Zealand are 108-1 in 20 overs
New Zealand are 104-1 in 19 overs
Yet another fifty for Martin Guptill, his 36th ODI half-century. He gets to his fifty off 49 balls.
New Zealand are 96-1 in 18 overs
India get their first wicket! Chahal manages to trap Nicholls for an LBW after getting hit for a couple of boundaries. New Zealand are 93-1
New Zealand are 85-0 in 16 overs
Chahal drops a catch off his own bowling as New Zealand reach 82-0 in 15 overs
New Zealand are 74-0 in 14 overs
New Zealand are 70-0 in 13 overs
New Zealand are 64-0 in 12 overs
New Zealand are 56-0 in 11 overs
Fifty up for New Zealand in 10 overs. Guptill & Nicholls are slowly reversing the pressure on India
A boundary to end an over from Bumrah. New Zealand are 47-0 in 9 overs
New Zealand are 43-0 in 8 overs
New Zealand are 28-0 in 7 overs
Nine runs off Bumrah's over including two back-to-back boundaries. New Zealand are 26-0 in 6 overs
A slow start for the Kiwis as Guptill & Nicholls dance to the tune of the Indian pacers. India are 17-0 in 5 overs
India: P Shaw, M Agarwal, V Kohli, S Iyer, KL Rahul, K Jadhav, R Jadeja, S Thakur, N Saini, J Bumrah, Y Chahal
New Zealand: H Nicholls, M Guptill, M Chapman, T Blundell, R Taylor, T Latham, J Neesham, C de Grandhomme, T Southee, K Jamieson, H Bennett
India wins the toss & elect to field first in the 2nd ODI at Auckland. Saini & Chahal get a chance, replacing Shami & Kuldeep
India: Virat Kohli (capt), Prithvi Shaw, Mayank Agarwal, KL Rahul (wk), Manish Pandey, Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer, Shivam Dube, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Shardul Thakur, Navdeep Saini.
New Zealand: Kane Williamson (capt), Tom Latham (wk), Martin Guptill, Ross Taylor, Colin de Grandhomme, Jimmy Neesham, Scott Kuggeleijn, Tom Blundell, Henry Nicholls, Mitchell Santner, Hamish Bennett, Tim Southee, Kyle Jamieson.
Some of their bowling and fielding frailties exposed in the series-opener, India will aim for quick course correction when they take on a resurgent New Zealand in the second ODI here on Saturday. Flying high after the 5-0 whitewash of New Zealand in the T20 series, India were brought to the ground after the hosts took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series with a four-wicket win in the first ODI. The Black Caps chased down their highest-ever total in ODI cricket at Seddon Park and the toss will be crucial once again at the even shorter Eden Park where the side batting second will have a clear advantage.
New Zealand opted to bat here in both the T20Is, but India chased well in both instances albeit in different circumstances. India find themselves in a familiar situation after the loss in Hamilton. But the visitors have come from behind against the West Indies and Australia to win their last two ODI series and Virat Kohli's men will look to do the same here. Like in Chennai against the West Indies, or in Mumbai against Australia, India's loss at Hamilton was down to their lack of ability to take wickets in the middle overs.
The opposition batsmen took advantage to hit big and the Indian attack didn't have any answers. In the first ODI, skipper Virat Kohli turned to Jasprit Bumrah every time he went searching for a wicket. This over-dependency is something India would want to address in their composition. India's fielding too will be under the scanner. In each of those losses at Chennai, Mumbai and Hamilton, it was poor despite flashes of individual brilliance.
The general fielding standards have gone down since the Bangladesh series and there is a need for a collective all-round effort from the visitors to bounce back. Generally, high catches are tougher in the windy conditions in New Zealand, and the odd lights at Eden Park won't help either. At the nets, the Men in Blue on Friday had an optional training session.
Navdeep Saini and Shardul Thakur both didn't just bowl, but also batted in the nets. Thakur was expensive in his outings at Eden Park during the T20Is, and he didn't impress in the first ODI either and India could think of replacing him with Saini. The other contemplation will be about Kedar Jadhav's role in the side. Selected primarily to bring balance to the playing eleven with his part-time spin, Kohli didn't give him a single over in Hamilton.
Perhaps it was due to the short boundaries. In that light, bowling Jadhav at Eden Park makes even less sense. It could merit giving Shivam Dube a go here, or even playing a full-time batsman in Manish Pandey. Rest of the batting line-up picks itself with the new opening pair of Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw settling in well in their first outing and the team management will hope the duo can add a few more runs than last time. For New Zealand, a change in personnel has worked wonders after their T20 whitewash.
Stand-in skipper Tom Latham's batting in the middle worked for them, and Henry Nicholls confirmed he will continue to open the innings with Martin Guptill. Ross Taylor has been in rampaging form and he will look to continue the good work on Saturday. Regular skipper Kane Williamson is still days away from fitness, while Scott Kuggeleijn is ruled out of the second ODI due to illness. Auckland pacer, the six-foot-eight tall Kyle Jamieson will make his debut on home ground on Saturday, replacing Ish Sodhi in the side.
(With PTI Inputs)