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Rohit forgot the decision after winning the toss:Small fan entered the field, Pandya’s single hand catch; Watch the top moments of the 2nd ODI
The second match of the India-New Zealand ODI series was played at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh Stadium in Raipur on Saturday. The Indian team won it by 8 wickets. With this, Team India has taken an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the 3-match series.
Many interesting and funny moments were seen during this match. The funniest story was related to our captain Rohit Sharma. Let’s start with the toss of the match…
Rohit Sharma forgot to take the call after winning the toss
Commentator Ravi Shastri arrived for the toss along with Indian captain Rohit Sharma and New Zealand captain Tom Latham. During this a funny incident happened. Indian captain Rohit Sharma forgot to take the decision after winning the toss. After winning the toss, Ravi Shastri asked him what he wanted to do. In such a situation, Rohit forgot what the team’s decision was. It took about 20 seconds for them to take the call. After this he was called first bowling.
Pandya’s amazing catch in the follow-through In the 10th over of the Kiwi team’s innings, Hardik Pandya caught an amazing catch in the follow-through. On the fourth ball of the over, Dwayne Conway played a shot in the direction of bowler Pandya. The ball was close to the ground and was about to fall, when Pandya took a great diving catch with one hand.
Shami also did not lag behind
Rohit-Kuldeep dropped catches
On the last ball of the 20th over, Rohit Sharma dropped the catch of Mitchell Santner at midwicket. After that, on the third ball of the 24th over, Kuldeep dropped the catch of Santner. This time the ball was parked over Kuldeep’s head. He himself was on the bowling front. When Kuldeep tried to take the catch, the ball bounced off his palms and went towards the umpire. The Indian spinner made another attempt to take the catch, but could not succeed. Later, Santner became the victim of Pandya on the score of 27 runs.
little fan entered the field
In the 10th over of the Indian innings, a tiny fan broke through the security cordon and entered the ground. At that time Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill were at the crease. The fan ran towards Rohit and hugged the Indian captain. Meanwhile, the security personnel also reached. Later Rohit Sharma urged the security personnel not to take action against that fan.
Pandya started doing pushups on the field itself
During fielding, Hardik Pandya was seen doing pushups on the ground. During this match, he also showed his best fitness.
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