Dharamsala: India bowled out New Zealand on Sunday for 190 in its first one day international match held at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) stadium.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Indian captain won the toss today and elected to bowl against New Zealand in the first cricket one-day International. Debutant medium-pacer Hardik Pandya and Amit Mishra took three wickets each while Tom Latham (79 not out) and Tim Southee (55) put on 71 runs for the ninth wicket to give some respect to the visiting total.
It was an excellent half-century from Tim Southee. It comes off only 40 balls. Southee is also the first Kiwi batsman to score a half-century from No.10.
The Brief Scores are as follows:
New Zealand: 190 all out in 43.5 overs.
(Tom Latham 79, Tim Southee 55; H Pandya 3/31, Amit Mishra 3/49).