In the India vs New Zealand T20 match in Jaipur, India won the first T20 match by the five wickets and two balls left. Thanks to the superb batting of Mumbaikar’s Suryakumar Yadav (62 of 40 balls) and skipper Rohit Sharma(48 of 36 balls). The victory marked the beginning of new era in Indian cricket for the captain coach duo of Rohit and Rahul Dravid. India won toss and elected to field. Martin Guptill and Mark chapman from New Zealand batted well and helped to put up a big score. Guptil scored 70 of 42 balls while chapman scored 63 of 50 balls. Guptill hits 4 sixes during his innings. But the most talked about him was his no look six.
In 18th over of the match Guptill hits a six to Deepak Chahar form deep mid wicket. But after hitting a six, Deepak looking at the Guptill’s face instead of the ball going to the boundary. Guptill also gave him look of disgust. This look of both of them was captured on camera.
Guptill was dismissed on next ball after hitting six. The Indian bowlers made a good comeback in last two overs. Guptill was dismissed for 150 on 18th over. The bottom order players are able to score only 15 runs in remaining two overs. However the the juggling between Chahar and Guptill is still being discussed and going viral on social media sites.
India reached the 165 score target set by New Zealand in 19.4 over to take the 1-0 lead in three match series.