Seifert, bowlers inflict record T20I defeat on India

Seifert, bowlers inflict record T20I defeat on India

"It was a tough game".

"I just go out, do what I do, and hey, if that gets me over the line, brilliant, you know, but still being young, you know, (I've) still got time on my side", the 24-year-old said in his post-match press conference.

"We have chased such (big) targets in the past and that is why we played with eight batsmen".

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While regular skipper Virat Kohli is getting the much-needed rest, the Rohit Sharma-led squad will be hoping it has enough left in the tank to record a maiden T20 series win in New Zealand, following a record 4-1 result in ODIs and a historic tour of Australia.

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He said being told his place at the top of the order was a bit of a shock, but he turned to his childhood hero for an example.

Tim Southee (3-17) was the pick of the New Zealand bowlers while Lockie Ferguson (2-22) took the key wicket of Shikhar Dhawan (29), just as the India opener was beginning to fire.

The opening partnership of 86 runs between Colin Munro and Tim Seifert is the third highest stand ever for Kiwis against India in T20s. It really was a good experience for the boys.

"It was a great way to start the series".

Seifert, who was adjudged the "Man of the Match" for his 43-ball 84, said he was happy to live up to the expectations after his selection in the team. That was not the case and as he turned back and started walking towards the pavilion he realised that it was the wind that was the cause of the bails coming off. Munro stayed back and hit a 20-ball 34 to give hosts the flawless start. Khaleel conceded 25 runs in his first two overs and there was no turning back for New Zealand from there.

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