Zimbabwe Won the 1st T20I Match Beat Indian Youngsters by 13 Runs

ZIMvsIND T20I Series: Zimbabwe won by 13 runs at 1st match of the T20I series a thrilling match, Indian batsmen flopped badly. Shubman Gill started his captainship with a lost.

Zimbabwe Won the 1st T20I Match Beat Indian Youngsters by 13 Runs

The Indian team has lost the first match of the T20 series against Zimbabwe. The host team won the first match of the 5-match series by 13 runs. Playing first, Zimbabwe scored 115 runs for 9 wickets. The Indian innings was reduced to 102 runs in the last over.

In this match, the batting order of the Indian team was a complete flop. The surprising thing is that Team India won the T20 World Cup title last week. Now they have been defeated by a team that did not qualify for the T20 World Cup.

India did not have a good start while chasing the target and the team lost the wicket of Abhishek Sharma in the very first over. Abhishek was out without opening the account in four balls. After this the sequence of wickets continued. Apart from Shubman Gill and Washington Sundar, no one batted.

Captain Gill scored 31 runs with the help of five fours in the first match. Whereas, Sundar scored 27 runs with the help of one four and one six. In this match, Gaikwad scored seven, Parag scored two, Rinku Singh scored zero, Jurel six, Bishnoi nine, Avesh 16, Mukesh scored zero. Whereas, Khaleel remained unbeaten without opening the account. For Zimbabwe, Chatara and captain Raza took three wickets each while Bennett, Wellington, Muzarabani and Luke got one wicket each.

Zimbabwe's most successful bowler Chatara took 3 wickets for 16 runs. Raja took 3 wickets at the cost of 25 runs. The rest got 1 wicket each.

Shubman won the toss and decided to field first. Coming to bowl in the second over, Bengal's Mukesh took the wicket on the first ball. Out by Innocent Kayake (nil). After that, Zimbabwe lost wickets continuously.

The Zimbabwean batsmen had a lot of trouble playing Ravi Bishnoi's ball. The leg spinner who did not get a chance in the World Cup team took 4 wickets with 13 runs. The lack of understanding between the Zimbabwean batsmen was also seen several times when it came to scoring small runs. Jonathan Campbell (not out) was run out.

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