Chasing a tough target of 416, New Zealand-A extended their second innings to 20 for one on the fourth and final day of the match but Shardul Thakur bowled Joe Walker (7) in the third over of the day. .
Carter then put on 85 for the third wicket with Dane Cleaver (44) and 83 for the fourth wicket with Mark Chapman (45). Saurabh got Cleaver lbw while Sarfraz Khan showed Chapman the way to the pavilion.
After this, not one of New Zealand’s previous batsmen walked in front of Saurabh. Joe Carter was dismissed as the number nine batsman. He was bowled by Mukesh Kumar. He played 230 balls in his innings and hit 12 fours and a six.
India-A scored 293 runs in their first innings with the help of Ruturaj Gaikwad’s 108 runs, in response to which New Zealand were bowled out for 237 runs. The Indian team ended their second innings with 359 runs for seven wickets. The highlight of India’s innings was Rajat Patidar’s (109 not out) century. The first two matches between these two teams were draws. Now a three-match ODI series will be played between the two teams.