India set New Zealand 180-run target to win 3rd T20


PTI, Jan 29, 2020, 2:18 PM IST

Hamilton: India posted a competitive modest 179 for five against New Zealand in the third T20 International at Seddon Park, here on Wednesday.

Opener Rohit Sharma top-scored for India with a 65-run knock while skipper Virat Kohli contributed 38 runs in the team’s total.

India is leading the series 2-0 after winning both the matches in Auckland.

Brief Scores:

India: 179 for 5 in 20 overs. (R Sharma 65, V Kohli 38, KL Rahul 27; Hamish Bennett 3/54.

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