NZ vs UGA 2024 Highlights 6-14-2024

Watch cricket video highlights of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 thirty-second match between New Zealand vs Uganda. Venue of the match will be Tarouba.

Before Mitchell Santner and Rachin Ravindra put their left-arm spin to the test and tested both edges of the bat, Trent Boult unleashed a blistering full inswing and Tim Southee also went for the stumps. As a result, Uganda suffered yet another defeat at the T20 World Cup, its inexperienced hitters proving to be no match for New Zealand’s bowling. In the 19th over, all of Uganda’s hitters were out for forty, with just Kenneth Waiswa scoring more than ten runs. Throughout their innings, they hit three boundaries, but the New Zealand bowlers consistently beat their bat, leaving them without any opportunities to score. In 5.2 overs, New Zealand claimed the target with just one wicket lost.

Boult’s first over would have tested even the best hitters on more seasoned sides. Ronak Patel was hit by a few of inswinging yorkers from him early on, but he was able to get off strike on the second ball. The following two deliveries from Boult were precise and powerful. Simon Ssesazi, a left-hander, was first put in front of him, and then he cleaned up Robinson Obuya with a delivery that came in through the gate.

Boult bowled a maiden, then another one, with Uganda’s top order frequently unable to make contact, after he had produced his double-wicket over with only one run conceded. After trapping Alpesh Ramjani in front in Southee’s second over, the duo bowled right through the powerplay, leaving Uganda 9 for 3.

After that, Santner, Lockie Ferguson, and Ravindra took over. First to strike, Santer drew Ronak’s outside edge, which was beautifully parried by Devon Conway, the wicketkeeper. Then Ferguson removed Waiswa’s stumps. Against New Zealand, even Riazat Ali Shah and Dinesh Nakrani appeared to be unable to score runs, and at the conclusion of the 14th over, Uganda was seven down for 27. The only small comfort they had was surpassing the 39, which was their lowest-ever T20 total when they lost to the West Indies.

The chase was rather easy, and the one wicket Uganda managed came thanks to a little of good fortune, when Riazat caught Finn Allen legside with a big delivery. In the opening four overs, New Zealand found the rope just twice, demonstrating their difficulty striking boundaries as well. However, singles and twos would also be effective with such a little target. Conway gave Jumo Miyagi back-to-back boundaries to end the match.

Extended Highlights

Uganda Innings

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New Zealand Innings

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