New Zealand vs India, 1st ODI: India scored 306 runs against New Zealand in Auckland ODI. Shreyas Iyer played the highest innings of 80 runs.
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Team India performed amazingly in Auckland ODI. His batsmen, showing amazing performance, scored a score of 306 runs on a difficult pitch. It took three half-centuries from the Indian team. Dhawan-Gil hit half-century but most effective innings shreyas iyer played by This right-handed batsman played an inning of 80 runs in 76 balls.
Shreyas Iyer hit 4 sixes and 4 fours in his innings. This player made two important partnerships with Sanju Samson and Washington Sundar, due to which the team crossed 300. Iyer may not have scored a century, but he has scored 512 runs in the last 8 ODIs, which is really amazing.
Shreyas is best in ODI
Shreyas Iyer may be in and out of the team in T20 format but there is no answer for this player in ODI format. Shreyas Iyer is continuously raining runs in ODI format. This right-handed batsman has scored 512 runs in the last 8 innings. Which includes 5 half-centuries and one century. The great thing is that Iyer has remained unbeaten twice.
Shreyas Iyer’s bat speaks in New Zealand
Let us tell you that Shreyas Iyer likes the land of New Zealand very much. This right-handed batsman was the top batsman of the ODI series on the last New Zealand tour. Iyer had scored 217 runs at an average of over 72. Now once again Iyer has defeated the Kiwis in their own house.
everybody say, “￼shre-yaaaaaaaaaaaas!”
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Iyer looked better against the short ball
There is a perception about Shreyas Iyer that he has a problem with the short ball. In the last several matches, he was seen getting out on the short ball. Auckland ODI I was also attacked on this weakness of Iyer, but this player came with full preparation. Iyer did amazing batting on the short ball. After being set, he also scored a lot of runs on short pitch balls. Iyer will get a lot of confidence from this, which is good news for India.