India-New Zealand: Five runs from three overs with Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul back in the pavilion, that is not something that happens everyday. But it happened at Manchester, during semi-final 1 against New Zealand. Defending a paltry 240, India got off to the worst possible start as the top three departed within the first three overs. It seemed the India top-order was indecisive when it came to playing the right shot. While Rohit and Rahul were out edging the ball, Kohli was leg-before wicket. The Kiwis were on top after the first quarter of the Indian chase. It is also the first time in ODI history the top-3 batsmen for a team have all got out for 1 run each! Also Read - India vs Australia 1st ODI | Hardik Pandya Not Fit Enough to Bowl: Virat Kohli Claims Team India doesn't have Other All-round Options
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Matt Henry has already picked up three wickets. At the time of filing the copy, the Kiwis were on top and India was reeling at 37/4 in the 13th over.