Connect with us


India Takes on Zimbabwe in Second T20 Match: Where and How to Watch Live



Times News Global Featured Image

India and Zimbabwe are set to clash in the second T20 match of their bilateral series, with the first match already in the bag for Zimbabwe. The series, comprising five matches, witnesses a string of fresh young talents from the Indian squad getting a chance to prove their mettle. Shubman Gill leads the side for this series.

For the fans eager to catch the action, the India-Zimbabwe second T20 match can be viewed on both television and mobile apps. Download the Sony Liv app on your mobile device to watch for free. For TV viewers, tuning in to Sony Sports Ten 5, Sony Sports Ten 5 HD, Sony Sports Ten 3, Sony Sports Ten 3 HD, Sony Sports Ten 4, or Sony Sports Ten 4 HD will be the way to go.

In the opening T20 match of the series, India faced a crushing defeat. Winning the toss and opting to bowl first, the Indian bowlers restricted Zimbabwe to 115 runs in their 20 overs. Ravi Bishnoi clinched 4 wickets with an economy of 3.25, while Washington Sundar chipped in with 2 wickets conceding 11 runs at an economy of 2.75.

However, when it came to batting, the Indian team struggled. Losing early wickets, they failed to build partnerships except for Shubman Gill who managed to cross the 30-run mark. Rinku Singh (27 runs off 34 balls) and Washington Sundar (11 runs off 15 balls) were the only other notable contributors. Eventually, India was bowled out for 102 runs in 19.5 overs, leading to Zimbabwe’s victory by 13 runs.

Expected Playing XI for India in the second T20 match against Zimbabwe: Shubman Gill (C), Abhishek Sharma, Rituraj Gaikwad, Riyan Parag, Rinku Singh, Dhruv Jurel (WK), Washington Sundar, Ravi Bishnoi, Avi Khurana, Mukesh Kumar, Khalil Ahmed.

Rachel Adams

Times News Global is a dynamic online news portal dedicated to providing comprehensive and up-to-date news coverage across various domains including politics, business, entertainment, sports, security, features, opinions, environment, education, technology and global. affairs. Our commitment lies in sharing news that is based on factual accuracy, credibility, verifiability, authority and depth of research. We pride ourselves on being a distinctive media organization, guided by the principles enshrined in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Made up of a team of ordinary people driven by an unwavering dedication to uncovering the truth, we publish news without bias or intimidation.