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IND v NZ, 5th ODI, Match Report
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Matches - Reports Friday, 10 December 2010 19:34
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5th ODI: India v New Zealand (Winner: IND)

NZ 103 (S Styris 24, R Ashwin 3/24, Y Singh 2/5, Y Pathan 2/11) lost to IND 107/2 (P Patel 56*, Y Singh 42*, N McCullum 1/26, D Vettori 1/30) by 8 wickets with 173 balls remaining.

   Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match: Y Singh MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai (10 Dec,2010)
cow-analysis

New Zealanders were facing their second successive white wash and losing wicket in the 1st over was not the best of starts. 2 more wickets fell before How and Styris took them to 69/3 after 17 with COW of 41%. But the India spinners picked 7 wickets as the Kiwis collapsed to just 103 in 27 overs with COW of 30%. If India were expecting a cakewalk they were in for a rude shock as they were soon 16/2 after 4 but low target meant their COW was still at 70%. Parthiv and Yuvraj ensured there were no further trouble as they remained unbeaten on 56 and 42 respectively as India cruised home in 22nd over to win the series 5-0.

 
cow-key
  First Inns (New Zealand)- 50 Overs Maximum  
 
arrow 7 Overs: NZ 32/3 IND 55% New Zealand lost 3 wicket in the
      first 7 overs, not vindicating their decision to bat first. New Zealand’s chances decreased by 3% during this period.
arrow 17 Overs: NZ 69/3 IND 59% Styris and How made an attempt to
      salvahe the New Zealand Innings and were starting to look solid. New Zealand’s chances decreased by 4% during this period.
arrow 27 Overs: NZ 103/10 IND 70% New Zealand lost the plot completely
      and imploded to lose 7 wickets for 34 runs in the last 10 overs. New Zealand’s chances decreased by 11% during this period.
  Second Inns (India: Target 104) - 50 Overs Maximum  
     
arrow 8 Overs: IND 30/2 IND 74% New Zealand opened the bowling with
      their spinners to give themselves a hope of making a fight, India lost 2 wickets to some good bowling. India’s chances increased by 4% during this period.
arrow 21.1 Overs: IND 107/2 IND 100% The humiliation for New Zealand
      continued as Yuvraj and Parthiv took the bowling apart to finish the match before the break. India won by 8 wickets.

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