The way the second delivery of the match moved off the pitch to leave Guptill stunned for the umpteenth time on the tour, it was enough to send a sense of panic in the New Zealand camp. The captain though had other plans, having Latham
The best batsman from the NZ camp so far - at the other end, was an encouraging factor. The pair nudged around and swept against the spinners to unsettle their rhythm, in the process also managed a decent run-rate. Kedar Jadhav's golden arm got rid of Latham but Williamson foiled the Indian plans and went on to register his first ton against India in ODIs.