66 runs were scored and 2 wickets lost from 33 overs in the last session of the day's play. But with the wickets being that of Virat Kohli and Mayank Agarwal, India have been pushed a fair way back in the match.
IndIndia are five down for 122 but this is not as bad a score as it may seem. With 276 being the average first innings score here over the last four years, if the visitors can scrape their way to 250, they can in fact end up in the drivers' seat.
While Kyle Jamieson and Ajaz Patel have been included in New Zealand's 13-member squad for the two-match Test series against India, Mitchell Santner, Jeet Rawal and Matt Henry are the ones to miss out.
Apart from Rohit Sharma, who reached his 21st T20I half-century, Jasprit Bumrah picked up three wickets while giving away just 12 runs to help India register their first-ever T20I series win in New Zealand.
The format may be different, the venue may be different, some of the players in both teams may also be different, but knowing Indian skipper Virat Kohli, there will be an air of revenge throughout this tour.
Opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan has been ruled out of the upcoming T20I and ODI series against New Zealand. Dhawan suffered a fall and hurt his left shoulder while trying to stop a ball during the third Paytm ODI against Australia in Bengaluru on Sunday, 19th January 2020.