India vs New Zealand women's 3rd T20 at Hamilton

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Rohit Sharma plays a shot during the second Twenty20 international match between New Zealand and India

Dropped for the opening two one-day internationals of New Zealand's upcoming series against Bangladesh, Munro responded in defiant fashion to help the hosts post a commanding 212 for four wickets after the hosts were asked to bat first.

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It took a lightning fast stumping by MS Dhoni off the bowling of Kuldeep Yadav to break the partnership. While the rest of the Indian bowlers had to face the brunt of the Kiwi batsmen, Kuldeep Yadav bowled his four overs outstandingly at an economy rate of 6.50 in addition to picking up two wickets.

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Meanwhile, Indian bowlers too showcased an impressive performance, with Krunal Pandya bagging three wickets and Khaleel Ahmed, Hardik Pandya and Bhuvneshwar Kumar sharing four wickets among themselves to restrict the hosts for 158.

Vijay Shankar top-scored for the visitors with 43 off 28 balls.

In his short stay of 12 balls, Pant managed to score 28 runs but was dismissed off a full toss by debutant Tickner.

India took the match to the final over, when they needed 16 runs from Tim Southee's six deliveries, but the veteran Black Caps seamer delivered in the crunch. However, after that Krunal Pandya and Dinesh Karthik made the interesting with their power-packed partnership of 63 runs only in 29 balls.

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Rohit Sharma, the India captain, elected to bowl in the third and final T20I match, at Seddon Park in Hamilton, with series levelled 1-1.

It was also a vital knock from Munro, whose position in the New Zealand side ahead of the World Cup had been in question after a string of failures in the ODI and Twenty20 matches against India.

Karthik finished on 33 runs off 16 balls while Krunal finished on 26 runs off 13 balls.

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