Vaughan’s advice to India on India’s defeat, counted the option of at least 6 bowlers

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Vaughan's advice to India on India's defeat, counted the option of at least 6 bowlers

India had to face a crushing 7 wicket defeat in the first ODI against New Zealand. Batting first, the India team made a respectable score of 306 runs for 7 wickets. But later Indian bowlers could not defend this goal. New Zealand completed the target of 307 runs in the 48th with the loss of three wickets. With this victory, New Zealand has taken a 1-0 lead in the three-game series. This embarrassing defeat for India, former England captain Michael Vaughan has advised the India team.

Against New Zealand, India had led to five regular bowlers in the playing XI. Former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer said that India lost because they did not field more than five bowlers. He fiercely praised Tom Latham and Kane Williamson. The former Indian cricketer tweeted, writing: Good Scottish black caps, proved the score of 300 is 270. Following this, responding to Jaffer, former England captain Michael Vaughan said: New Zealand have a strong team. You should have 7 bowling options. If there are not seven then it is mandatory to have at least 6 bowlers.

Chasing the target of 307 runs for victory, the New Zealand team did not get off to a good start. The first wicket fell with a score of 35. Finn Allen came out after scoring 22 runs. Devon Conway then also scored 68 runs. He played a 24-run inning. While Darrell Mitchell could only score 11 runs. After this, Kane Williamson and Tom Latham took the lead. Both batsmen shared a 200+ run partnership while batting well. Latham scored an unbeaten 145 while captain Williamson was not left out with 94 runs. New Zealand achieved the target of 307 runs in 47.1 overs very easily.

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