Shikhar Dhawan Identifies the Cause of India's First ODI Loss against New Zealand

Tom Latham hit 145 off 104 balls as New Zealand chased down 307-run target . India captain Shikhar Dhawan says bowlers bowled too short to Latham .

India captain Shikhar Dhawan says his bowlers did not follow through and bowled too short to an attacking batter like Tom Latham, who had a chance to record his career-best ODI score here on Friday.New Zealand chased down India's 307-run target with seven wickets in hand and 17 balls to spare in the three-match series, hitting an attacking unbeaten 145 off 104 balls, while skipper Kane Williamson struck an unbeaten 94 off 98 deliveries.On Sunday, the second ODI will be played in Hamilton.In the first 15 overs, the ball was seaming.

We bowled a lot on a short length, and Latham charged.We misfielded on a few balls, Dhawan said, but we were quite short to Latham, and that is where he took the game away.In the 40th round, he hit four boundaries, and the game changed.Sure, there's plenty of learning for the boys.

You can do anything if you form partnerships here at Eden Park.Tom Latham gives an excellent innings.You bowl full and straight on these drop-in pitches, and it can be challenging.It was one of the most unusual ODI knocks I've ever seen.

The seamers did a great job.We had moments when they were under attack.It was nice to contribute, and with Tommy going the way he was, it was about complementing, he said.Man of the Match Latham said it was one of those days when everything went according to plan.On JioSaavn.com, you can enjoy the latest songs.Then it was great to put the ball in the gaps and press hard.

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