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Ross Taylor

Ross Taylor one of the finest cricket player and former captain of New Zealand cricket team in all formats. Ross started his career in cricket from under 19 cricket team, later during inter series of 2005 and 2006 his skills and efforts were seen by the selectors which helped him to become a part of the New Zealand international cricket team.

During his third match the cricket star scored 128 runs against Sri Lanka. Ross Taylor plays his first match outside New Zealand in 2007 and scored 84 Runs against Australia during this series he got pain in his muscles which gradually grew and effected his growing career as well.

Taylor mostly plays full sweep against fast bowlers and slog sweep against spin bowlers and score more runs which are also loved by the audience. His batting style in IPL and Champions League was the only reason he got a lot of support like a local player by Bangalore’s audience.

New Zealand stun India by six wickets in 1st ODI

MUMBAI: Century-maker Tom Latham and Ross Taylor inspired New Zealand to a thrilling six-wicket win over India in the first one-day international at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium on Sunday. The batsmen put on a 200-run partnership as the Kiwis successfully chased down 281 to stun the hosts after Indian captain Virat Kohli had hit a century of his own. Left-hander Latham smashed 103 off 102 balls, including eight fours and two sixes, while Taylor made 95 off 99 as New Zealand won with six balls to spare, finishing on 284-4.…

New Zealand weigh workload worries ahead BD ODI series

CHRISTCHURCH: New Zealand's desire for a confidence-boosting limited overs series against Bangladesh, starting on Monday, has been tempered by the need to ease the workloads of Tim Southee and Trent Boult. From the high of winning a Test series against Pakistan in November the switch to the shorter game brought the New Zealanders sharply back to earth early this month when hammered 3-0 by Australia. The three ODIs against Bangladesh, which begin in Christchurch on Boxing Day, offer a shot at redemption but coach Mike…