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NAPIER: Scoreboard after the New Zealand innings in the first one-day international against India in Napier on Wednesday:
M. Guptill b Shami 5
C. Munro b Shami 8
K. Williamson c Shankar b Yadav 64
R. Taylor c&b Chahal 24
T. Latham c&b Chahal 11
H. Nicholls c Yadav b Jadhav 12
M. Santner lbw Shami 14
D. Bracewell b Yadav 7
T. Southee not out 9
L. Ferguson st Dhoni b Yadav 0
T. Boult c Sharma b Yadav 1
Extras (wd 2) 2
Total (all out; 38 overs) 157
Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Guptill), 2-18 (Munro), 3-52 (Taylor), 4-76 (Latham), 5-107 (Nicholls), 6-133 (Santner), 7-146 (Williamson), 8-146 (Bracewell), 9-148 (Ferguson), 10-157 (Boult)
Bowling: Kumar 5-0-20-0, Shami 6-2-19-3 (1w), Shankar 4-0-19-0, Chahal 10-0-43-2 (1w), Yadav 10-1-39-4, Jadhav 3-0-17-1
Toss: New Zealand
Umpires: Shaun George (RSA), Shaun Haig (NZL)
TV Umpire: Nigel Llong (ENG)
Match referee: David Boon (AUS)
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