Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli celebrates after scoring 50 runs during the second one-day worldwide cricket match against Australia.
Team India skipper Virat Kohli has expressed his thoughts on how his side won't be looking for any sort of revenge over New Zealand during Friday's opener in Auckland.
"We were actually happy for them when they qualified for the finals, because when you've lost you have to look at the larger picture and it meant a lot to them".
Tim Southee, who captained the New Zealand Twenty20 side against India past year, was confident the squad members who were part of the three-Test thrashing across the Tasman would bounce back.
"We get along really well with these guys and it's all about being competitive on the field".
"We know that at global level, one can be beaten by any team on any day, and we have to accept it".
IBM beats Q4 expectations with Red Hat bolstering software sales
The technology consulting unit had revenue of US$6.9 billion, which is down 4.8 per cent from the same period previous year . For the full 2019 year, revenues edged forward by 0.2 per cent to $77.1bn adjusted for divested businesses and currency.
Kawhi Leonard leads Los Angeles Clippers to victory at Dallas Mavericks
Luka Doncic had 36 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists for the Mavericks, who broke their four-game winning streak. Though the Mavericks almost overcame a 14-point deficit in the second half, they couldn't quite pull off the win.
15,000-Year-Old Viruses Discovered in Tibetan Glacier
Then, the team used ethanol to wash and melt another 0.2 inches of ice and then sterile water to wash another 0.2 inches. In such an event, it's best to know as much about these long-dormant viruses as possible, the researchers wrote.
"He has the respect of his team-mates and he has the trust of his team-mates, is what I can see, and he's also a very, very smart cricketer".
As far as the usual jet lag is concerned, Gambhir, who peeled off a century each in ODI and Tests during India's tour of New Zealand in 2010, had an interesting story to share and how the remedies to cure it would lead to "silent gas attacks" from a fellow member of the Indian team.
"I don't think this is about any kind of revenge at all, it's just about two quality sides playing good cricket, it's a challenge to beat New Zealand here and something we are totally up for". Out of the five matches played in New Zealand, India has won one, whereas New Zealand has tasted glory four times.
"We're not relating anything to the fact that Australia beat them and we beat Australia, that's irrelevant honestly".
In the last meeting of the two sides, New Zealand won by four runs in Hamilton past year.
Other than bringing their best game on the occasion, India will also have to adjust to the ground's dimensions. India is touring New Zealand for the 2nd consecutive year. They play really hard and they want to win the game but at the end of the day they're not dejected or depressed if they don't win. New Zealand is a hard team to beat at home and won't be very open to making any changes to that trend. The Kiwis are quiet on the field but very competitive.