The Black Caps won the fourth ODI against India by eight wickets at Seddon Park, Hamilton. As per reports in Times Now, ICC CEO David Richardson reacted to New Zealand’s win by saying that “Every dog has its day.” He was asked about New Zealand’s win over India by a reporter.

Every dog has his (or its) day is an idiom, which means, “Everyone will have good luck or success at some point in their lives.”

India has already won the five-match ODI series. They gained an unassailable lead after the winning the third ODI at Bay Oval. Today, the hosts New Zealand restricted India to a below-par total of 92 runs.

Indian leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal top-scored for the visitors with 18 runs. Rohit Sharma failed to make his 200th ODI special and got out without scoring many runs. Shubman Gill also failed to impress in his India debut at Seddon Park.

Trent Boult picked up five wickets and was the man who broke India’s back in the dead rubber. Indian batsmen played some really bad shots.

India’s stand-in-skipper Rohit Sharma also lamented India’s poor batting and said, “One of our worst performances with the bat for a long time. It’s something we didn’t expect.”

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