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The final match of the 3-match T20 series between India and New Zealand was played at McLean Park in Napier today. Where after winning the toss, Team Southee, the captain of the Kiwi team, decided to bat first and the Indian team had to go for bowling. However, the rain ruined the whole fun of this T20 series.

The first match of this series was canceled without throwing the toss due to rain, while the second match was won by the Indian team by 65 runs. Although the run rate of the Indian team was good in the third match, but the wickets were falling very fast and the match was completely on par.

Arshdeep and Mohammad Siraj dominated bowling

After winning the toss, the Indian bowlers put full rein on the New Zealand batsmen who came out to bat first. For New Zealand, opener batsman and wicketkeeper Dwayne Conway and Glenn Phillips played half-century innings. None of the other New Zealand batsmen could stand in front of India’s Arshdeep Singh and Mohammad Siraj.

Today, Arshdeep Singh took 4 wickets by giving 37 runs in 4 overs, while Mohammad Siraj took 4 wickets by giving just 17 runs in 4 overs.

Indian fans trolled Team India fiercely

The Indian team wanted to win this match at any cost, but in the process of this victory, Team India lost their wickets rapidly. In the process of scoring fast runs, India first lost both its openers Rishabh Pant and Ishaan Kishan. Then Shreyas Iyer also returned to the pavilion without opening an account.

The Indian fans made fun of Team India and said that if the rain had not come, then the defeat of the Indian team was certain. How Indian fans are reacting on social media. Let’s take a look:

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See the reaction of the fans here-

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