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Scotland vs New Zealand, Only ODI Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Scotland vs New Zealand, Only ODI 08 Monday August 2022 185359000000 New Zealand won by 7 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday August 2022 185359000000 SCO - 306 (49.4) NZ - 307/3 (45.5) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday August 2022 185359000000 CRR:  6.70 Player of the Match Mark Chapman Scorecard Refresh Commentary That, then, is a wrap of New Zealand's tour of Scotland where the visitors bullied the home team with a fearless brand of cricket. We hope you had great fun following all the games. Plenty of cricket coming up in August. Keep tracking this space for the latest. Until next time, good night and goodbye from Raju Peethala, Nikhil Jadhav and Siva . Cheers!! Mitchell Santner | New Zealand skipper: It was pretty good, clinical chase. We had them five down quickly but then Leask and Cross played extemely well and on the flip side, it was a par score on that wicket. We knew he (Chapman) is a quality player and he's made the most of the opportunity. We kind of had a period where we were 140-3 and it could have gone either way, but that partnership was brilliant and took the game away from them. Richie Berrington | Scotland skipper: The first innings we missed out getting to 350 especially after that first 10 overs. To really have a good chance we needed to get over 350, unfortunately we couldn't quite capitalize. We didn't manage to get those wickets in the middle overs. I thought they spun the ball well and it was quite challenging. Crossy and Leask played reall well. Lot of learnings we can take from the experience we had this week and few things to build on for the future. Mark Chapman | Player of the Match: Nice to be able to be out there in the middle, score some runs and win games for my side. Mitch said to go for it and I just played my shots. Spent a lot of time working on playing straight and it worked out. We possess some power lower down, so for us it's about taking deep and we batted and batted pretty well. The outfield is quick and we always backed ourselves with wickets in hand. 18:39 Local Time, 17:39 GMT, 23:09 IST: Despite losing their top three inside 25 overs, New Zealand never ever looked in trouble. The kind of batting depth they have, clubbed with recent-form, it was only a matter of time. Daryl Mitchell and Mark Chapman just carried on from where they left off in their last white ball game. After biding their time and manipulating the field with smart singles and timely boundaries, the pair switched gears and brought the required rate under control. Must be said, it's one of those rare days where all the batters enjoyed a good hit in the middle. Although the top three missed out on converting starts, Mitchell and Chapman ensured to steer their side home with supreme ease. The only shining light with the ball was Michael Leask who nipped out two set batters (Guptill and Cleaver) in successive overs to offer a glimmer of a hope, only to be undone by the match-winning 175-run fourth wicket stand. Chapman deserves special credit for the way he approached the chase, played percentage shots during the middle overs and burried the game in the 43rd over where he smacked Hamza Tahir for three sixes. Scotland dropped a couple of catches, but don't think those would have affected the end result. Presentations imminent, stick around... 45.5 Chris Sole to Chapman, 1 run, chips the full delivery back over the bowler's head and they rush through for a quick single. New Zealand seal this by 7 wickets and sign off their Scotland tour in style 45.4 Chris Sole to Mitchell, 1 run, pulls the short ball but mistimes it to the right of deep square 45.3 Chris Sole to Chapman, 1 run, makes room and chops this to backward point. A hundred on debut for Hong Kong and now a maiden hundred for New Zealand. What.A.Player. He gets a warm hug and a congratulatory handshake from his partner, the New Zealand dug-out look ecstatic as well. Brilliant knock and he's been in some red-hot-form lately... 45.2 Chris Sole to Chapman, 2 runs, too full outside off, Chapman leans into the drive and gets it past the diving extra cover. Another two. Just one away now... 45.1 Chris Sole to Chapman, 2 runs, heaved away wide of deep mid-wicket and they back for two quite comfortably NZ: 300-3 after 45 overs 44.6 Mark Watt to Mitchell, no run, full on off, solid block from Mitchell. The intentions are clear, he wants his mate to get a hundred.... 44.5 Mark Watt to Chapman, byes, 1 run, tries to scoop a quicker delivery and misses, the deflects to short fine off the keeper's pads 44.4 Mark Watt to Mitchell, 1 run, gets low and brooms the full delivery tp the left of the keeper for an easy single 44.3 Mark Watt to Mitchell, no run, too full outside off, Mitchell squeezes the drive back to the bowler off the cue end 44.3 Mark Watt to Mitchell, wide , full and sliding down the leg-side, Mitchell looks to sweep and misses 44.2 Mark Watt to Chapman, 1 run, fuller on off, driven down to long-on 44.1 Mark Watt to Chapman, FOUR , flatter and just outside off, Chapman's front foot stays still as he belts the reverse sweep past the fielder at backward point. Excellent timing and placement... Mark Watt [8.0-0-50-0] is back into the attack NZ: 292-3 after 44 overs 43.6 Chris Sole to Mitchell, no run, slower short ball outside off, Mitchell pulls and gets it off the toe-end to cover 43.5 Chris Sole to Mitchell, SIX , overpitched right in the slot for Daryl Mitchell, he clears his front leg and smashes it into the sighscreen with a thumping blow... Load More Commentary

Scotland vs New Zealand, Only ODI

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Scotland vs New Zealand, Only ODI 08 Monday August 2022 185359000000

New Zealand won by 7 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday August 2022 185359000000

SCO - 306 (49.4)
NZ - 307/3 (45.5)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday August 2022 185359000000
CRR:  6.70

Player of the Match

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That, then, is a wrap of New Zealand's tour of Scotland where the visitors bullied the home team with a fearless brand of cricket. We hope you had great fun following all the games. Plenty of cricket coming up in August. Keep tracking this space for the latest. Until next time, good night and goodbye from Raju Peethala, Nikhil Jadhav and Siva. Cheers!!

Mitchell Santner | New Zealand skipper: It was pretty good, clinical chase. We had them five down quickly but then Leask and Cross played extemely well and on the flip side, it was a par score on that wicket. We knew he (Chapman) is a quality player and he's made the most of the opportunity. We kind of had a period where we were 140-3 and it could have gone either way, but that partnership was brilliant and took the game away from them.

Richie Berrington | Scotland skipper: The first innings we missed out getting to 350 especially after that first 10 overs. To really have a good chance we needed to get over 350, unfortunately we couldn't quite capitalize. We didn't manage to get those wickets in the middle overs. I thought they spun the ball well and it was quite challenging. Crossy and Leask played reall well. Lot of learnings we can take from the experience we had this week and few things to build on for the future.

Mark Chapman | Player of the Match: Nice to be able to be out there in the middle, score some runs and win games for my side. Mitch said to go for it and I just played my shots. Spent a lot of time working on playing straight and it worked out. We possess some power lower down, so for us it's about taking deep and we batted and batted pretty well. The outfield is quick and we always backed ourselves with wickets in hand.

18:39 Local Time, 17:39 GMT, 23:09 IST: Despite losing their top three inside 25 overs, New Zealand never ever looked in trouble. The kind of batting depth they have, clubbed with recent-form, it was only a matter of time. Daryl Mitchell and Mark Chapman just carried on from where they left off in their last white ball game. After biding their time and manipulating the field with smart singles and timely boundaries, the pair switched gears and brought the required rate under control. Must be said, it's one of those rare days where all the batters enjoyed a good hit in the middle. Although the top three missed out on converting starts, Mitchell and Chapman ensured to steer their side home with supreme ease. The only shining light with the ball was Michael Leask who nipped out two set batters (Guptill and Cleaver) in successive overs to offer a glimmer of a hope, only to be undone by the match-winning 175-run fourth wicket stand. Chapman deserves special credit for the way he approached the chase, played percentage shots during the middle overs and burried the game in the 43rd over where he smacked Hamza Tahir for three sixes. Scotland dropped a couple of catches, but don't think those would have affected the end result. Presentations imminent, stick around...

45.5 Chris Sole to Chapman, 1 run, chips the full delivery back over the bowler's head and they rush through for a quick single. New Zealand seal this by 7 wickets and sign off their Scotland tour in style

45.4 Chris Sole to Mitchell, 1 run, pulls the short ball but mistimes it to the right of deep square

45.3 Chris Sole to Chapman, 1 run, makes room and chops this to backward point. A hundred on debut for Hong Kong and now a maiden hundred for New Zealand. What.A.Player. He gets a warm hug and a congratulatory handshake from his partner, the New Zealand dug-out look ecstatic as well. Brilliant knock and he's been in some red-hot-form lately...

45.2 Chris Sole to Chapman, 2 runs, too full outside off, Chapman leans into the drive and gets it past the diving extra cover. Another two. Just one away now...

45.1 Chris Sole to Chapman, 2 runs, heaved away wide of deep mid-wicket and they back for two quite comfortably

NZ: 300-3 after 45 overs

44.6 Mark Watt to Mitchell, no run, full on off, solid block from Mitchell. The intentions are clear, he wants his mate to get a hundred....

44.5 Mark Watt to Chapman, byes, 1 run, tries to scoop a quicker delivery and misses, the deflects to short fine off the keeper's pads

44.4 Mark Watt to Mitchell, 1 run, gets low and brooms the full delivery tp the left of the keeper for an easy single

44.3 Mark Watt to Mitchell, no run, too full outside off, Mitchell squeezes the drive back to the bowler off the cue end

44.3 Mark Watt to Mitchell, wide, full and sliding down the leg-side, Mitchell looks to sweep and misses

44.2 Mark Watt to Chapman, 1 run, fuller on off, driven down to long-on

44.1 Mark Watt to Chapman, FOUR, flatter and just outside off, Chapman's front foot stays still as he belts the reverse sweep past the fielder at backward point. Excellent timing and placement...

Mark Watt [8.0-0-50-0] is back into the attack

NZ: 292-3 after 44 overs

43.6 Chris Sole to Mitchell, no run, slower short ball outside off, Mitchell pulls and gets it off the toe-end to cover

43.5 Chris Sole to Mitchell, SIX, overpitched right in the slot for Daryl Mitchell, he clears his front leg and smashes it into the sighscreen with a thumping blow...

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