New Zealand, India split distinctions in past apparatuses

KARACHI: There is sound regard between New Zealand and India as the 4-3 scoreline in their Reality Cup matchup shows. Throughout the years the two sides have the better of each in conditions fitting their particular game.

In the debut competition in 1975, an undefeated Glenn Turner century was the genuine contrast as New Zealand fixed a strained four-wicket at Old Trafford. At that point captaining his nation, Turner guided his side to triumph with 114 out of the last count of 233-6 in 58.3 overs.

Brian McKechnie, who really was a twofold worldwide on the grounds that he additionally spoken to his country at rugby, was an OK crease bowler. He got three wickets in the Manchester game and rehashed the portion four years after the fact at Headingley as New Zealand bowled the Indians for 182 preceding cruising to an eight-wicket accomplishment in 57 overs.

At the point when the World Cup moved out of Britain to the subcontinent in 1987, India flourished in home conditions to win the two installations in twofold round-robin rivalry. In the primary match at Bangalore's M. Chinnaswamy Arena, forceful 70s from Navjot Singh Sidhu and skipper Kapil Dev, empowered post 252-7 in their 50 overs.

In spite of Ken Rutherford and Andrew Jones batting admirably, New Zealand were confined to 236-8 in the pursuit.

India were clinical in the arrival apparatus in Nagpur where paceman Chetan Sharma turned into the primary bowler to snatch World Cup cap trap when he expelled Rutherford, Ian Smith and Ewen Chatfield in taking 3-51 to assistance India abridge New Zealand to 221-9.

The remainder of that match had a place with Sunil Gavaskar. The amazing opener scored his just ODI century — a unique 103 from only 88 balls — as India hustled to a nine-wicket triumph in just 32.1 overs.

New Zealand came back to winning ways when the World Cup moved to southern side of the equator out of the blue. In the blustery city of Dunedin, the home side experienced no issues at the Carisbrook in pursuing 231 on the back of a quickfire 77 from touchy opener Imprint Greatbatch.

The Dark Tops again won at Trent Extension in the 1999 Very Six experience. After India had posted an aggressive 251-6, New Zealand needed to depend on the quieting impact of Roger Twose, who contributed a 77-ball 60, to return home by five wickets.

Zaheer Khan was the star entertainer with four wickers in the 2003 apparatus at the SuperSport Park in Centurion when India packaged out New Zealand for 146 preceding a solid organization of 129 between Mohammad Kaif (68) and Rahul Dravid (51) motivated Saurav Ganguly's side to a seven-wicket triumph.

No holds barred rundown

June 14, 1975 — Old Trafford, New Zealand won by four wickets

June 13, 1979 — Headingley, New Zealand won by eight wickets.

Oct 14, 1987 — Bangalore, India won by 16 runs

Oct 31, 1987 — Nagpur, India won by nine wickets.

Walk 12, 1992 — Dunedin, New Zealand won by four wickets

June 12, 1999 — Trent Scaffold, New Zealand won by five wickets

Walk 14, 2003 — Centurion, India won by seven wickets.

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