India vs NZ ICC World Cup: Match Abandoned Due to Rain

Live score updates from India’s ICC World Cup match against New Zealand at Trent Bridge.

Updated14 Jun 2019, 01:52 AM IST
ICC World Cup 2019
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Next Stop Manchester

India and New Zealand came to Nottingham unbeaten and will leave unbeaten after their Cricket World Cup group match was abandoned on Thursday because of persistent showers.

Organisers finally gave up while it was raining four and a half hours after the scheduled start at Trent Bridge.

India and New Zealand, the only unbeaten teams, split the competition points. Tournament leader New Zealand has 7 after four games, and India has 5 after three.

India is next scheduled to play Pakistan on Sunday in Manchester, and New Zealand have South Africa next Wednesday in Birmingham.

2:32 PM, 13 Jun

India Move to Third Spot

India vs NZ ICC World Cup: Match Abandoned Due to Rain
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New Zealand and India get a point each from the match.

While New Zealand continue to top the points table with 7 point, India move to third spot with 5 points to replace England, who now move one place down.

This is the first time New Zealand have dropped points in the competition.

2:32 PM, 13 Jun

'Dhawan to be Available For Later Stage'

‘He (Dhawan) is gonna be in a plaster for a couple of weeks and then, we'll assess where he stands. Hopefully he heals quickly and should be available for the latter half of our league stages, and the semifinals as well.”

2:24 PM, 13 Jun

Virat Kohli on the Ind-Pak Match

“As soon as you enter the field, it's all calm. All the excitement and frenzy around the game could intimidate guys who are playing for the first time. For us, it's about executing our skills and we're all professionals. It's been competitive for a while now, it's been a marquee event and it's an honor to be a part of such an event.”

2:24 PM, 13 Jun

Better Not to Take Field When Not Safe: Kohli

Speaking after the match got abandoned, skipper Virat Kohli said: “Disappointing not to get any game time at all. From the players point of view and where the teams are placed, it was better suited not to take the field when it is not safe to play. Don't want an injury at this stage. We've been playing some good cricket, we're not too worried about where we stand. Having two wins does give you confidence. A couple of practice sessions and we should be fine. It's only about getting game time and that should happen on Sunday.”

Published: 13 Jun 2019, 08:12 AM IST
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