India and New Zealand will confront each other in the last of the debut World Test Championship (WTC) from June 18. The second-positioned group India takes on the No.1 Test side New Zealand in the summit of the two-year-long debut Test title.
Be that as it may, this isn’t the main ICC occasion where the two groups have bolted horns against one another.
In the last five gatherings between the two groups in ICC competitions, it is New Zealand who hold the edge with four successes out of five. India’s just triumph was route, thinking back to the 2003 World Cup under Sourav Ganguly.
From that point forward India have lost each match to the Black Caps at ICC occasions. Here’s a rewind of those challenges:
1999 ICC World Cup, Super 6, Nottingham:
Ajay Jadeja’s 76 alongside helpful commitment by captain Mohammad Azharuddin (30) and Robin Singh (27) took India to 251/in 50 overs. In answer, New Zealand’s openers started at almost five an over and pursued down the all out with 10 balls to save with Matt Horne scoring 74 and Roger Twose leftover unbeaten on 60.
2000 ICC Knockout Trophy, Nairobi:
Chris Cairns bettered Sourav Ganguly to direct New Zealand to triumph over India in ICC KnockOut last. Cairns played through the agony of a dodgy right knee – he was simply passed fit to play on Saturday – to create a game dominating 102 not out. Batting first, India set up a battling complete of 264/6 drove by Sourav Ganguly’s 117 and Sachin Tendulkar’s 69. Be that as it may, the Indian bowlers with the exception of Venkatesh Prasad (3/27) were whimsical and neglected to guard the score.
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2003 ICC World Cup, Super 6, Centurion:
Zaheer Khan’s heavenly spell of 4/42 blew away the Kiwis as they were bowled out of only 146. New Zealand top-request batting imploded and a score of 146 was never going to be sufficient to inconvenience the Indian batting line-up. Notwithstanding, Shane Bond had India reeling at 21/3 yet Rahul Dravid and Mohammad Kaif played reasonable, strong cricket to agree with their stance home.
2007 World T20 group, Johannesburg:
A masterclass by Daniel Vettori alongside a clinical presentation by the Kiwi batsmen set up a fine triumph for New Zealand by 10 runs in this match. Batting first, New Zealand scored 190 with Brendon McCullum crushing 45 off 31 balls and Craig McMillan hitting an energetic 44 off 23 balls. Accordingly, India was looking romping so far with 76 out of 5 overs yet with the excusal of Virender Sehwag, the equilibrium of the game moved towards New Zealand. India was confined at 180/9 out of 20 overs as Vettori picked 4/20.
2016 T20 World Cup Super-10, Nagpur:
In a low-scoring experience, India was skittled out for a unimportant 79 pursuing an objective of 127 of every 20 overs. On a pitch that was helpful for turn bowling the threesome of R Ashwin, Suresh Raina and Harbhajan Singh twirled a web around the Kiwis and confined to a score of 126/7. None of the batsmen aside from Corey Anderson and Luke Ronchi got moving. Be that as it may, New Zealand hit back with their own threesome of Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, and Nathan McCullum as the Black Caps won by 47 runs.
2019 ICC World Cup Semi-last, Manchester:
This was an Indian group that played under the initiative of Virat Kohli-drove group. New Zealand batted first in the challenge which was spread more than two days because of nasty climate. Kane Williamson (67 off 95), Ross Taylor (74 off 90) were the draftsmen in boss as the Kiwis finished with 239 on the board. Bhuvneshwar Kumar was the pick of the bowlers with 3/43. Be that as it may, India’s batting self-destructed in the run-pursue as the Kiwi seamers destroyed ruin. Ravindra Jadeja’s 77 off 59 balls took India near the objective yet they were at last short by 18 runs.
New Zealand and India met each other at the absolute first Men’s World Cup, with New Zealand beating the competition. New Zealand made it two from two against India in the 1979 release of the World Cup. Notwithstanding, India enlisted a success in the 1987 version. Yet, by and by it was the Kiwis who came up on top in the 1992 ODI World Cup.
India lose Test arrangement 0-2
In the two-match Test arrangement in New Zealand in 2020 which was a piece of the WTC cycle, India lost the primary Test in Wellington by 10 wickets. Kohli’s India likewise India lost the second Test in Christchurch by seven wickets. The batting execution was scarcely sufficient as 242 was the most elevated all out put by the Indian arrangement across two matches.