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Dhoni apologises for India's dismal show
Published on :14th March 2009
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni apologised to the fans for the disappointing end to an otherwise successful one-day series against New Zealand, saying the team failed to maintain its high standard on Saturday.
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Kiwis thrash India by 8 wickets in final ODI
Published on :14th March 2009
New Zealand beat India by eight wickets in the final ODI to register their only victory in the five-match cricket series here on Saturday. India won the series 3-1. The second game of the series in Wellington was washed away.
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Ryder Show Seals Consolation Win For New Zealand
Published on :14th March 2009
A brilliant all-round display from Jesse Ryder enabled New Zealand to beat India by eight wickets in the fifth and final One Day International in Auckland. Scorecard Ryder took three for 29 as India were bowled out for 149 and then hit 63 in 49 balls to guide the hosts to victory in the 24th over.
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Ryder shines as Kiwis thrash India by 8 wickets
Published on :14th March 2009
New Zealand staged a remarkable form reversal on Saturday to dismiss India for 149 in 36.3 overs in the fifth one-day cricket international at Eden Park. After being heavily beaten in three of the four previous matches in the series— the other was washed out — part-timer Jesse Ryder
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New Zealand lose McCullum early chasing 150
Published on :14th March 2009
MS Dhoni chose to bat in the fifth and final ODI against New Zealand here on Saturday. Earlier, a mild shower delayed the start of play and the game was reduced to 43-overs-a-side which will have 17 overs (9-4-4) as the powerplays. Three bowlers can bowl 9 overs and two eight.
 
India opt to bat against New Zealand in final ODI
Published on :14th March 2009
ndian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and decided to bat first against New Zealand in a 43 overs-a-side 5th One-dayer in Auckland. India went in with an unchanged squad while for the hosts New Zealand, Ewen Thompson made way for Scott Styris. The fifth and final ODI of the series has been reduced to 43-overs-a-side contest.
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NZ look to avoid clean sweep
Published on :13th March 2009
New Zealand will seek a confidence-boosting victory in their fourth one-day international against India on Saturday, after losing the series 3-0 this week. New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori said that his team, which starts a three-Test series against India in Hamilton on Wednesday, refused to see Saturday’s game in Auckland as a lost cause.
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Styris Added To Squad As Cover For Thompson
Published on :13th March 2009
All-rounder Scott Styris has been added to New Zealand's squad for the fifth and final One Day International against India in Auckland after Ewen Thompson suffered a thumb injury in training. New Zealand Cricket's website (www.blackcaps.co.nz) reported that Thompson received a blow to the thumb during training and although it is not broken
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India determined to wrap up series on a high
Published on :13th March 2009
With the series already in their pocket, India may opt to rest some of their key players as they go into the fifth and final one-dayer against a demoralised New Zealand here on Saturday, hoping to finish it off on a winning note. The Indians have already taken an invincible 3-0 lead in the five match series
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Sachin likely to be rested for the fifth ODI
Published on :13th March 2009
Sachin Tendulkar is unlikely to take the field, even if declared fit, for the final ODI against New Zealand in Auckland on Saturday. With India having already won the series, the team management will not be willing to take a risk. Sachin missed the fourth ODI in Hamilton after an abdomen injury during the third match of the series.
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