New Zealand had nosedived to 15/5 when Michael Bracewell tried to prop up the innings. He chipped down the deck to smash Mohammad Shami for a couple of boundaries. However, the southpaw who nearly pulled off a heist in Hyderabad couldn’t repeat his heroics as he top-edged a pull to the wicket-keeper, with Shami picking up his third scalp. Phillips then joined forces with Mitchell Santner to share another valuable stand of 47, but New Zealand could only muster an underwhelming 108 in 34.3 overs in the end.
.@MdShami11 set the ball rolling and was #TeamIndia‘s top performer from the first innings of the 2⃣nd #INDvNZ ODI 🙌 🙌
A summary of his bowling performance 🔽 pic.twitter.com/4f8qnUSJze
— BCCI (@BCCI) January 21, 2023