Producer Cameron Mackintosh, his producing partners and his Delfont Mackintosh Theatres group said Hamilton, The Phantom of the Opera, Mary Poppins and Les Miserables, would return “as early as practical in 2021.”
Updated on Jun 18, 2020 04:41 PM IST
London | ByAssociated Press | Posted by Saumya Sharma
IND vs NZ: Chris Broad of the ICC Elite Panel of Match Referees imposed the sanction after Virat Kohli’s side was ruled to be four overs short of the target after time allowances were taken into consideration.
Ross Taylor and Tom Latham combined in a 138-run stand to provide the perfect foundation for the chase and although they did lose some wickets towards the end, Taylor was there to guide his team to victory.
As it happened: Ross Taylor and Tom Latham combined to change the momentum of the match and Taylor stood firm to take his side over the line in the first India vs New Zealand ODI in Hamilton. The Indians had the match under control before Latham marched out and changed the complexion of this match. However, Taylor stood firm and lead his side to victory. Earlier, Shreyas Iyer scored his maiden ODI hundred and KL Rahul smashed an 88 as India posted 347 for 4 batting first at Hamilton against New Zealand in the first ODI on Wednesday. Iyer finished with 103 off 107 balls while Rahul scored 88 off 64 balls. An attractive half century from Virat Kohli too helped India take full control of the first ODI. Kohli’s innings (51) was cut short by Ish Sodhi. Earlier, New Zealand got a couple of quick breakthroughs after debutants Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw brought up India’s fifty inside 8 overs. Grandhomme dismissed Shaw for 20 while Southee sent back Agarwal for 31. Earlier, New Zealand won the toss and opted to field first against India in the first ODI at Hamilton. India handed debuts to Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw, while the hosts gave the ODI cap to Tom Blundell in place of injured regular captain Kane Williamson.
India vs New Zealand 1st ODI: Unlike in the T20Is, there are no chances of rain in Hamilton. The pitch for IND vs NZ first ODI is likely to be a batting paradise with a little help for slower bowlers as the odd delivery might hold up a little.
India vs New Zealand: Defending nine runs in the final over, Shami bowled an absolute stunning over as he dismissed Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor to stop New Zealand in their tracks and help them tie the game which took the match to a super over.
India vs NZ as it happend: Rohit Sharma hit two sixes off Tim Southee’s last two balls in the Super Over to seal a dramatic win for India in the 3rd T20I against New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton. The win also gave India their maiden T20I series win New Zealand. India needed 18 runs to the Super Over after Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill took 17 runs from Jasprit Bumrah’s Super Over. Rohit and Rahul struggled against Southee in the first half of the over but the India vice captain two sixes when 10 runs were needed off the last 2 balls.Credit must be given to Mohammed Shami, who picked up the wickets of Kane Williamson (95) and Ross Taylor (17) in the last over to take the match into the Super Over. New Zealand needed 9 runs from the last over, Shami conceded a six off his first ball but came back to dismiss Williamson and Taylor as the match ended up in a tie.Earlier, Rohit Sharma was at his imperious best and then New Zealand hit back with quick wickets in the middle overs. The pitch slowed down and it started offering assistance to the spinners and the seamers who resorted to cutters. However, Pandey, Jadeja and Kohli had enough fuel in the tank as India ended with 179/5.
India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is a highly-skilled bowler, but the same cannot be said about his batting. And, he knows all about it and hence, is never shy of making fun of his own ability with the willow.
Williamson brought up his 21st Test century with a four off Joe Root in the third over after lunch, while Taylor reached century number 19 with a flourish in Root’s next over when he smacked a four and two sixes in consecutive balls.
Root, who had not scored a test century since early February and was averaging just 27.10 this year prior to his current innings, was on 114 at stumps with Ollie Pope on four and England within striking distance of New Zealand’s 375.