After completing a half-century, Shreya Iyer, who acted as the backbone of Indian innings, has fallen at 52. With this India’s chances for pulling out a victory against New Zealand in the Second ODI has gone further down at Eden Park.
After losing five wickets, the attempt of Shreyas Iyer and Ravindra Jadeja for building a sixth wicket partnership were shattered by Hamish Bennett who scalped Shreyas Iyer’s wicket through a catch by Tom Latham. Now India is at 143 for six. As India lost Virat Kohli, Prithvi Shaw, Mayank Agarwal, KL Rahul and Kedar Jadav, chances for a victory is bleak.