New Zealand have an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match one-day series on Sri Lanka, but there is no reason for Colin Munro to keep the foot on the pedal. The hosts were ruthless in the first two matches, but they were handed over to them, due to the fighting innings of Thesara Pereira, in the second ODI, 140 runs in 74 balls.
Munro said, "Whatever game you play for New Zealand is important and as a group, we are trying to be better."
New Zealand knows that when Sri Lanka clicks for them as a unit, it can be dangerous, and Munro said that they will play the last ODI in Saxton Oval in Nelson on Tuesday, a dead rubber, the same intensity as the previous ones. with.
"These are new situations, and you have to make it even more favorable and that's what good teams do. We have tried to get that blue print and have received 300-plus, which we have done by setting it up in the last two games and hopefully That we can continue.
Kiwi, after leaving Perera's six catches, will have to improve his efforts in the field, who, in the second ODI, took the line almost in line.
What does the horror show in Mount Maunganui tell?
"It just happens sometimes," Munro closed it. "You can not really say anything on this. We put it in work and sometimes it happens.
"You see those people who leave the catches and I have kept my hand there – I am probably not one of the best fielders, but some others are great fielders and maybe some of the best players in the world. It's too much but we have accepted that we need to do better. "
First published: January 7, 2019, 7:07 PM IST