[WATCH] Glenn Phillips makes an acrobatic catch to sack Sanju Samson in the first NZ-IND ODI

new zealand Glen Phillips He again showed his defensive acrobatics in the first ODI against India at Eden Park in Auckland.He took his catch in a sensational run and dismissed an Indian hitter. thirty samson.

Phillips quickly made a name for himself by filming several stunners in his relatively short career. Samson’s dismissal may not have ranked high in his personal compilation, but it was certainly a beautiful moment for other bystanders.

Samsung tried to take on a pitched-up delivery Adam Milne in 46 overs. But the timing wasn’t right and the ball flew high. Phillips charged from deep mid-wicket and completed the catch.

Glenn Phillips took an exceptional running catch to sack Sanju Samson #NZvsIND 1st OD1

India score 306/7 on solid opening stands and Iyer-Sundar’s heroism

New Zealand won the toss and elected to take the field first.Indian opener Shubman Gill and Skipper Sikar Dhawan We got off to a slow start but it was important to defend our wickets to see off new balls. They set up a partnership of 124 runs for the first wicket.

Rishabh Pant’s struggle continued as Shreyas Iyer also failed to score freely in the first place, putting pressure on India. Pants died trying to improve his scoring percentage, followed by Suryakumar Yadav in the same over. Both players were removed by his dangerous Lockie Ferguson.

Samson and Iyer stayed at the crease but were unable to gain any real momentum. The New Zealand bowlers bowled a good line and coupled with tight fielding India found it hard to get out of the shackles.

The two Indian batsmen scored a 94-run stand before Samson departed trying to hit the boundary.

Washington Thunder It delivered 37 rapid fires in just 16 deliveries, providing much-needed propulsion. Iyer was dismissed for 80 (76) as India posted a competitive score of 306/7 in their allotted 50 overs.

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