West Indies vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Highlights

3rd ODI highlights between West Indies and New Zealand

New Zealand chooses to bowl first after winning the toss.

Cricket stadium in Barbados, Kensington oval

The West Indies team will feature Shai Hope (wk), Kyle Mayers, Shamarh Brooks, Brandon King, Nicholas Pooran (c), Kacy Carty, Jason Holder, Akeal Hosein, Yannic Sariah, Alzarri Joseph, and Kevin Sinclair. New Zealand team Daryl Mitchell, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Devon Conway, and Tom Latham are among the actors who appear (c & wk), NZ 47.1/50 over, WI 301/8, T:302, 307/5 By 5 wickets, New Zealand triumphed (with 17 balls remaining) WI KR Mayers 120 fours, 12 sixes, and 105 runs Mitchell Santner of New Zealand won the game’s MVP award. 4 wins and 51 runs

Player of the match West Indies vs New Zealand 3rd

ODI highlights

POTS Mitchell Santner: It’s nice; the game and the series were both excellent. Glad for the victory. A lot of changes occurred. With a wetter ball, the second innings is more difficult. Although adapting is difficult, we fared well in the pursuit. The track looked terrific today. The big fellas up top did a good job of limiting runs. They did well to record a significant win. The chase went nicely for us. I would gladly enter if necessary (laughs)

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Tough one, says Nicholas Pooran. On that wicket, 300+ felt fantastic. Even though they played well, they might have used one or two more wickets in the powerplay. We observed how resilient it became after it was wet. Everyone will mention starting slowly in retrospect. However, we had spoken about not giving Boult and Southee wickets so they could profit. They are a good team, though. We are a unique group of guys, and I am confident that we will only grow better with time. Once the ball became wet, it was challenging to use. This occurred because we gave up on our chances of winning the second. We got here, committed, and battled after winning the first battle but losing the second. As we go, we’ll have



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