ICC Champions Trophy 2017 warm-up: India beat New Zealand by 45 runs (D/L)

Updated On May 28, 2017 11:05 PM IST
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India defeated New Zealand by 45 runs (D/L) in their first ICC Champions Trophy 2017 warm-up game at the Kennington Oval, London. (Getty Images) View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on May 28, 2017 11:05 PM IST

India defeated New Zealand by 45 runs (D/L) in their first ICC Champions Trophy 2017 warm-up game at the Kennington Oval, London. (Getty Images)

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Kane Williamson, New Zealand captain, won the toss and opted to bat. (Twitter ) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Kane Williamson, New Zealand captain, won the toss and opted to bat. (Twitter )

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Mohammed Shami got the defending champions off to a great start as he removed three of Kiwis’ top four inside the first 10 overs. (AFP) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Mohammed Shami got the defending champions off to a great start as he removed three of Kiwis’ top four inside the first 10 overs. (AFP)

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar joined the party as he got rid of Corey Anderson to leave NZ in all sorts of trouble. (AFP ) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Bhuvneshwar Kumar joined the party as he got rid of Corey Anderson to leave NZ in all sorts of trouble. (AFP )

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Luke Ronchi held on end and scored his fifty off 42 balls. (AFP ) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Luke Ronchi held on end and scored his fifty off 42 balls. (AFP )

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After Ronchi’s departure, nobody else could get going as India restricted New Zealand to 189. (AFP ) View Photos in a new improved layout
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After Ronchi’s departure, nobody else could get going as India restricted New Zealand to 189. (AFP )

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami took three wickets each while Ravindra Jadeja grabbed two. (AFP ) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami took three wickets each while Ravindra Jadeja grabbed two. (AFP )

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In reply, India lost Ajinkya Rahane early but Shikhar Dhawan combined with skipper Virat Kohli to keep the Men in Blue on track. (Getty Images) View Photos in a new improved layout
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In reply, India lost Ajinkya Rahane early but Shikhar Dhawan combined with skipper Virat Kohli to keep the Men in Blue on track. (Getty Images)

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Kohli looked really sharp throughout his innings and brought up his half-century off 52 balls. (AFP ) View Photos in a new improved layout
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Kohli looked really sharp throughout his innings and brought up his half-century off 52 balls. (AFP )

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With India still needing 61 off 144, rain arrived and refused to relent as Kohli’s men registered a win - being well ahead on D/L. (twitter ) View Photos in a new improved layout
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With India still needing 61 off 144, rain arrived and refused to relent as Kohli’s men registered a win - being well ahead on D/L. (twitter )

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India take on Bangladesh in their last warm-up game on Tuesday while NZ face Sri Lanka before their first group game against Australia on Friday. (twitter ) View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on May 28, 2017 11:05 PM IST

India take on Bangladesh in their last warm-up game on Tuesday while NZ face Sri Lanka before their first group game against Australia on Friday. (twitter )

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