Ind vs Nz First T20 has Officially Been Abandoned Due to Relentless Rain

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Ind vs Nz: Sterling Reserve India tour of New Zealand T20i Series

Ind vs Nz’s first T20 is canceled due to non-stop rain

Rain in Wellington caused the first Twenty20 International between India and New Zealand to be called off without a ball being bowled. Additionally, there had been no coin toss.

There was so much to be excited about today. India and the Blackcaps would have both been eager to move past the disappointment of losing in the T20 World Cup semifinals and find new success. Of course, the two teams’ rosters are in stark contrast, with India fielding a number of young players and the hosts keeping the majority of the team from the T20 World Cup.

There were other subplots, stories, and matchups that we were eager to see develop. Unfortunately, it will have to wait until after the two sides relocate to Tauranga because the second T20I will be played at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui.

BCCI Tweet

BCCI officially stated on their Twitter handle by stating Both captains shake hands as the first NZ vs IND T20I is called off due to persistent rain.

Important Series for Youngsters

This series is crucial for the young players to shine and demonstrate their potential because India will likely undergo some form of renovation after the T20 World Cup.

The likes of Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, and Hardik Pandya, who would be captaining India in the T20Is, are absent. The series will give actors like Umran Malik, Sanju Samson, and Ishan Kishan the chance to demonstrate their talents in the most condensed form.

Ind vs Nz Next Match?

So, that’s it. It appeared like even the rain gods wasn’t prepared to stop. Everyone enjoys a quick break, So, the players and supporters will have to hold off on watching the Men in Blue play for a little while longer.

India will now face New Zealand in the second T20i in Mount Maunganui on 20th November (Sunday) at 12:00 PM

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