India vs New Zealand: Ravi Shastri leads applause for Team India on Twitter

MOUNT MAUNGANUI: Indian coach Ravi Shastri He led the applause for his team when they completed a 5-0 laundering over New Zealand on Sunday. India beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the fifth T20I in Mount Maunganui and, therefore, became the first team to launder the Kiwis in their own backyard in a T20I series.

Amazing last three games. Well done #TeamIndia 5-0 #NZvIND (sic.), Shastri tweeted. It may have been a laundering, but there were quite a few close matches in the series. India was on the verge of a defeat twice in the third and fourth T20I to force the game in Super Overs to win them.



Indian team! Well done to all! He said all terrain Hardik Pandya . Pandya hoped to return to the Indian team in the series of tests of the current tour after a long dismissal due to an injury, but it was confirmed on Sunday that he would be missing it.

Former players Irfan Pathan & Virender Sehwag He also praised the team. Sehwag praised the fact that India was able to restrict New Zealand repeatedly in the series.

Whether 2 required of 4 balls, 18 required of 3 overs or 57 required of 9 overs, all with many wickets in hand for New Zealand in the last 3 T20, #TeamIndia was simply brilliant by not giving up. Whitewash deserved, great #NZvIND spirit, the former batter said.

Bleached by the Indian team here in New Zealand in the t20. This will be remembered for a long time. A big advantage for me how fast bowlers have played under pressure apart from bumrah (sic.), Pathan said.

BCCI secretary Jay Shah also congratulated the team. Congratulations #TeamIndia for an exciting victory in the series with an impregnable 5-0 victory (sic.), Tweeted.

Former players de la India VVS Laxman He also praised the team. Believe in yourself: it makes you do incredible things. Don't look too far: the performance of this Indian team is the perfect example. Fantastic series: the young people were remarkable. And it's good to see a young leadership group evolving, he tweeted.

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