Chasing a winning target of 274 against New Zealand, India have suffered early setbacks by losing three early wickets in the second ODI at Eden Park.
New Zealand pacers spread panic among the Indian openers through dangerous swing and keeping good line and length. Opener Prithvi Shaw lost his wicket to Kyle Jamieson when his score was at who made 24 off 19 balls. Soon, Mayank Agarwal (3) was caught by Ross Taylor off Hamish Bennett. The next was the precious wicket of Indian captain Virat Kohli who was bowled by Tim Southee.
Shreyas Iyer who tries to stablize the innings with 22 off 21 balls, is slowly attempting to build a fourth wicket partnership with KL Rahul now.