When India lost two quick wickets at a crucial juncture of their run-chase in the first T20I against New Zealand in Auckland, Iyer, batting at No. 4, stood up with a sublime unbeaten knock of a 29-ball 58 to take India to the target of 204 with an over to spare.
MUMBAI: On the evening of May 23, 2016, Shreyas Iyer appeared so frustrated he would have smashed anything in sight, just like he smoked Tim Southee out of the park to seal India’s win in Auckland in the opening T20I over New Zealand on Friday.
That day ...
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