Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Monday 27 May 2024 Seifert: Great to get victory at last-minute like that Tim Seifert won the man of the series as New Zealand shocked India to claim the T20 series 2-1. Tim Seifert watched McCullum on YouTube before blazing innings Tim Seifert who slammed 84 from 43 in New Zealand's comprehensive 80-run victory over India at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington has revealed that he watched former captain Brendon McCullum's knocks on YouTube to prepare for his innings. Pant can take away the game from the opposition in a jiffy: Dhawan Having overcome New Zealand in the ODIs, India will now look to get the better of the hosts in the T20s as well starting on February 6. The energetic Rishabh Pant is one of the promising Indian batsman to look forward to. Shami was right up there when it came to pace: Shastri India won the ODI series against New Zealand 4-1 clinching the final ODI by 35 runs at Wellington. Mohammed Shami was adjudged Man of the Series There was no desperate hitting today at all. It was a calculated assault: Gavaskar hails Pandya India legend Sunil Gavaskar hailed Hardik Pandya and Ambati Rayudu after the two played stellar roles in helping India recuperate from 18 for 4 and lift them to challenging total. Yuzvendra Chahal and Mohammed Shami then combined to ensure India defended the challenging total. Kiwis bowled some amazing, unplayable balls: Bhuvneshwar After being completely outplayed at Hamilton, Bhuvneshwar Kumar on Thursday said that the embarrassing loss Hardik Pandya was desperate to perform on return: R Sridhar India's fielding coach R Sridhar revealed Hardik Pandya was desperate to perform after returning from suspension owing to his participation in Koffee With Karan. India rest Kohli so he will be at his best for the World Cup Virat Kohli rested from the last two ODI games against the Black Caps. Virat Kohli after thumping series win: I can relax and enjoy my break Following the comprehensive win in the third ODI at Bay Oval, Virat Kohli achieved the rare distinction of becoming the first Indian captain to win back-to-back one-day series