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India vs New Zealand 4th T20I Live Score: India have won their second consecutive match in the Super Over. A fourth T20 was played against New Zealand at Wellington ground. After losing the toss and batting first, the Indian team set a target of 166 runs in front of New Zealand. In response, the Kiwi team also managed to score the same number of runs.

Tim Siefert and Colin Munro landed on the ground for the Kiwis in the Super Over. New Zealand scored 13 runs in the super over after losing one wicket. India needed 14 runs to win, but thanks to KL Rahul’s early strike and then Kohli’s might, Team India scored 16 runs off 5 balls.

Before this, Shardul Thakur will also have to be praised, when New Zealand had to score seven runs off six balls to win, but he gave just six runs while bowling brilliantly.

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05:47 PM, 31-JAN-2020

What did Virat say after victory?

Having missed two consecutive Superover matches against New Zealand, Virat said he had learned how to remain calm until the end and how to return if given a chance. Kohli said, “We cannot expect more exciting matches than this.” We had not played super overs before and now we have won two. This shows the spirit of the team. ”Kohli also praised young fast bowler Navdeep Saini.

05:37 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Shardul Thakur became man of the match

Thakur, bowling brilliantly in the last over, prevented New Zealand from scoring the required seven runs for victory. With his first bat, he also contributed 20 runs in 15 balls. That is why Thakur was chosen as the man of the match. After receiving the man of the match award, Thakur said, “I feel good.” We play for similar interesting matches. In the last two games, we could not ask for anything more. From the last match we learned that hope should never be lost. Getting a wicket on the first ball of the last over was a big advantage as it made him nervous.

05:30 PM, 31-JAN-2020

The World Cup was snatched by Super over

The Super Over did not accompany New Zealand in the World Cup 2019 final against England. After missing out on a super over tie, he had to be content as the runners in the counting of boundaries. His last win in a super over in New Zealand was in 2010 against Australia at Christchurch. Earlier in 2008, he suffered a loss to the West Indies in Auckland. New Zealand lost super overs in 2012 against Sri Lanka and against the West Indies. Both these matches were played at Pallekal. After this, he lost the final of the One-Day World Cup last year, while in the T20 match against England in Auckland, he did not lose his fortune again in the Super Over.

05:06 PM, 31-JAN-2020

New Zealand maintains a poor record in the Super Over

The New Zealand team has played eight super overs in limited overs cricket so far, out of which they lost in seven, including the match in the fourth T20 International against India. New Zealand have played seven super overs in T20s, out of which they have lost six.

04:57 PM, 31-JAN-2020

India won 2 super over matches in three days

Super over is not leaving New Zealand nor luck is supporting this team. The same thing happened in Wellington today, two days earlier in Hamilton. In the five-match T20 series, two matches have gone to the Super Over. India won the T20 series for the first time in New Zealand by winning the third T20 in a super over and now the fourth match had the same story.

04:40 PM, 31-JAN-2020

India won in fifth ball only

Virat Kohli’s finest four in the fifth ball. This is how India won their second consecutive Super Over match. 4–0 lead in series

04:40 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Two runs off the fourth ball

Playing with light hands, Virat stole two runs. Two runs needed now in two balls.

04:38 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Rahul out on third ball of super over

Rahul was caught on the third ball as well. Four balls now need four runs.

04:37 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Four off the second ball of the super over

On the second ball, KL Rahul hit a four. In this way, only four in four balls are needed

04:35 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Six off the first ball of the super over

KL Rahul and Virat Kohli at the crease from the Indian side. Like last time, this time in the hands of Tim Southee. Good length ball from Rahul, and six.

04:31 PM, 31-JAN-2020

New Zealand scored 13 runs in the superover.

A run came off the last ball of Bumrah’s over. Now India need 14 runs to win. New Zealand scored 13 runs in the superover.

04:30 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Four off the fifth ball

Munro scored a boundary off Bumrah’s fifth ball. 12 runs have come from five balls

04:25 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Another great ball from Jaspreet Bumrah. Back of the length ball, Washington Sundar’s great catch on deep cover. Eight runs have come from four balls

04:25 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Caught the third ball

Outer edge. Ball high up in the air. Wicketkeeper KL Rahul down the ball, but missed the catch. Eight runs have come from three balls

04:24 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Four runs in the second ball of the super over

Tim Siffert opened the arms. Four runs on the off side.

04:23 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Two runs off the first ball of the super over

Super over start. Jasprit Bumrah is leading the bowling front. Shreyas Iyer missed the catch on the first ball. It was a difficult opportunity. Nice try.

04:15 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Another super over

The last ball required two runs, but the batsman was able to steal only one run. Santner played the ball at deep point, but Kiwi batsmen went for two runs, but Sanju Samson made a great fielding. Santner run out

04:13 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Now need two runs in a ball

Daniel Mitchell out. Shardul’s excellent bowling. The batsman is out to beat the length ball over mid-off. Catch by Shivam Dubey. Now need two runs in a ball

04:12 PM, 31-JAN-2020

One run in the fourth ball

Santner pulls the short ball over short midwicket. Complete a run with ease. Now need two runs in two balls

04:11 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Tim siffert run out

Tim Siefert runs out off Shardul Thakur’s third ball. On the small ball thrown outside the off stump, the batsman tried to steal the run. Wicketkeeper KL Rahul’s direct throw to the wicket and Tim Siefert was run out after scoring 57 runs. Now three runs required in three balls

04:09 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Four on the second ball

Mitchell Santner hit a four off Shardul Thakur’s second ball. This lofted shot from above mid off. Now three runs required in four balls

04:08 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Wicket on first ball

On the first ball, Shardul Thakur dismissed Ross Taylor. Ross Taylor, playing 24 off 18 balls, played the ball at midwicket. The ball went into the air. The shot played on the full length ball was jumped by Shreyas Iyer. Now need seven runs in five balls

04:03 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Need for seven runs in six balls

The match reached the Romachunk twist. The last over was brought by Shardul Thakur.

03:55 PM, 31-JAN-2020

Tim Siffert’s Fifty

Tim Siffert, sent up in the batting order in place of injured Kane Williamson, capitalized on the opportunity with both hands. Strong hitting on weak balls and giving respect to good balls, this player completed his half-century in 32 balls.