Colin Munro stood tall with a century and one wicket as New Zealand beat India by 40 runs in the second T20I at Rajkot.
The Kiwis are known for their excellent fielding but they put down three crucial catches to allow the hosts to post 202.
The 38-year-old south-paw bowler bid farewell at his home Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in New Delhi with a T20I win over the Kiwis
Notching up their maiden win over New Zealand in the format, the Indian team gave a fitting farewell to veteran paceman
“India will do Pakistan a huge favour if they defeat NZ in an upcoming three-match T20I series as such a result will see Pakistan on top."
The 28-year-old Indian skipper also tops the charts in the Twenty20 batting ranks
"I decided that I let the bowler do what he wants to do, and that's why I was calm...glad the bowlers came out on top"
Bumrah claimed three wickets and effected a crucial run out of Tom Latham in the 48th over to make the visitors falter in their 338-run chase
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