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             The ever-fuzzy Ravi Shaz presents the trophy to Hardik Pandya as the rain rumbles in Napier. That's a wrap of the T20Is then. All three games have been impacted by rain, but let's hope the weather stays away in Auckland as both these sides lock horns for the first of three-match ODI series on Friday. We hope you had great fun reading every bit of our coverage. For all the latest in cricket, follow this space. Until next time, cheers and goodbye!!
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             Hardik Pandya | India captain: Would have liked to win the game by playing the full overs, but it is what it is. At some point, I felt attack is the best defence on this wicket. We know the kind of bowling attacks they have, it was very important to get those 10-15 runs extra even though we lost a couple of wickets. A game like this could have given us an opportunity to test some of the players, but having said that, weather is something we cannot control. I'm going back home, taking my time off and be with my son.
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             Tim Southee | New Zealand skipper: It was disappointing even with the bat. We spoke about getting out there and and giving everything we could, take early wickets. We knew if we can get those wickets, anything could happen, but unfortunately the weather came in. You don't know until both sides batted on it, would have been an interesting game but hasn't gone the full tilt. Little bit of uncertainty around the scoreboard whether it was a tie when the rain came in. Could have gone either way, the way we attacked with the ball and to put them under pressure was pleasing. Nice to be back in some ODI cricket against a quality side like India. Hoping for a good crowd in Auckland.
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             Suryakumar Yadav | Player of the Series: Really happy with the way things have gone till now, would have loved a full game here but as Siraj said the weather is not in our hands. The pressure is always there and at the same time I'm enjoying my batting, just going there and expressing myself. Not carrying any baggage out there. The intent and approach will remain the same. We can just go out and express ourselves, would have loved a full game, but that's fine.
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             Mohammed Siraj | Player of the Match: The wicket wasn't easy to bat and I was prepared to bowl hard lengths which gave me the rewards. I prepared myself to bowl hard lengths and had so much practice during World Cup and I just executed my plans. I always keep it simple. Just bowl the hard lengths. The weather is not in our hands, happy with the series win.
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             Tied T20Is with DLS par scores Netherlands vs Malaysia Kirtipur 2021 Malta vs Gibraltar Marsa 2021 New Zealand vs India Napier 2022
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             23:25 Local Time, 10:25 GMT, 15:55 IST: It's done. The game has been called off. The umpires have communicated the same to the skippers and it's a tie on DLS. India seal the series 1-0. We should have the captain comments in the next few minutes, stay tuned...
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             Here's Mitch Santner speaking to the host broadcaster: That one run could cost us (misfield by me on 8.6), but yeah I guess a lot goes into it. We weren't aware of the exact ball and score, but we do now obviously. We probably we would have liked 180, with such a good platform. Was a tough wicket to start on, bit of bounce with grass on it, I guess we are one wicket away from number 7 or 8, so we are not too far away if we get back out there. The ball really hurried on, we kind of took that from the first innings with the bowling and Lockie and Milne bowled some really hostile spells. New groundsmen here, slightly different dimensions and you gotta adapt on your feet. Hopefully the rain stops. With the small ground here, gotta keep the batters guessing
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             Govind: When is next T20 series where Sanju Samson can get chance in playing XI? 'New Zealand are slated to come to India for a white-ball series in Jan-Feb, 2023'
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             23:16 Local Time, 10:16 GMT, 15:46 IST: The umpires are walking out with the brollies. No rain at the moment, but looks like the outfield is too wet. We should get an official confirmation in the next 2 minutes, stick around....
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             Adish: According to DLS, score after 9 overs should be 75. India has made 75 runs. Should not India be the winner? 'That was the par score, 76 would have been the winning score'
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             Aditya Gupta: Champions League, 2013: Windies v South Africa. Windies were above DRS par score, but lost a wicket (Pollard) just before rain stopped play. The match ended up as tie.
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             Hamza Jalgaonwala: If the game doesn't restart, that misfield by Santner on the last ball before the rain interruption will cost Kiwis a share of the series! 'Small margins indeed'
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             23:10 Local Time, 10:10 GMT, 15:40 IST: No real improvement. If the game doesn't resume in 20 minutes from now, the game will be called off which means it will end in a tie with India taking the series 1-0.
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             Rajesh Nagaiya: #DLS Tie: The day when SA miscalculated the DLS winning score and Boucher defended the last delivery which resulted in a tie and SA got eliminated in 2003 WC.
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             Over Summary (6-9) * Suryakumar launches Ferguson for a majestic six over cover * Suryakumar holes out to deep mid-wicket for 13 * Conway misses a half-chance after shelling a Hooda edge * Rain stops play with India at 75 for 4, on par with the DLS score
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             Mannoppilly: Since the game sits at a tie right now, is there any chance for a Super Over? 'No, they'll try to finish the game, but if it doesn't resume, the match will end as a tie'
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             23:00 Local Time, 10:00 GMT, 15:30 IST: Proper thrashing of rain right now. Just to reiterate, the scores are level on DLS and the umpires are seen having a chat with the Indian players. India are 1-0 up in the series and a tie here will mean a series win for the visitors.
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             Seewant: Can you mention the DLS par score on every ball somewhere? 'India are on par with the DLS score at the moment'
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             22:51 Local Time, 09:51 GMT, 15:21 IST: Okay then! The umpires have had enough. The rain has picked up and off go the players. The DLS par score after 9 overs is 75. So, in case the game doesn't resume - the game will end in a tie. It's getting heavier as I type and the groundstaff bring in the big covers to protect the square. Can spot a few spectators leaving the ground already. When was the last time you'd seen the teams tie on DLS par score? Or teams losing or winning by one run in such situations? Do send in your answers via @haveyoursay section on our site...
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             IND: 75-4 after 9 overs
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             8.6 Ish Sodhi to Hooda, 1 run, short outside off, Hooda cuts and a slight misfield at backward point allows a quick single
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             8.5 Ish Sodhi to Hardik Pandya, 1 run, full outside off, driven down to long-off
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             22:50 Local Time, 09:50 GMT, 15:20 IST: Steady drizzle right now, but the umpires are happy to continue....
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             8.4 Ish Sodhi to Hooda, 1 run, faster and wider of off, Hooda opens the bat face and steers it wide of backward point
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             8.3 Ish Sodhi to Hardik Pandya, 1 run, quicker legbreak around off, bunted down to long-on
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             8.2 Ish Sodhi to Hooda, 1 run, full and just outside off, Hooda lunges across and eases the drive wide of long-off
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             8.1 Ish Sodhi to Hardik Pandya, 1 run, full outside off, Hardik Pandya drills it to the right of a diving cover. A quick single
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