Kiwi pacer Mitchell McClenaghan terms ongoing India-New Zealand T20I series ‘meaningless’ | Cricket News – Times of India

AUCKLAND: Out of favour Kiwi pacer Mitchell McClenaghan has termed the ongoing Twenty20 series between India and New Zealand as “meaningless”.
India have already sealed the series with their second consecutive win towards the BlackCaps.
After McClenaghan commented on Twitter on AB de Villier’s retirement, a cricket fan reminded him of New Zealand’s T20I series loss to India after struggling their second defeat in Ranchi on Friday.
To this, McClenaghan, who final performed for New Zealand in 2018, replied: “Did they? You mean in meaningless series 72 hours after a WC final defeat with 3 games in 5 days playing a team with 10 days rest in their home conditions?”

The 35-12 months-outdated pacer, who had made acerbic replies on Twitter prior to now, was referring to New Zealand’s defeat to Australia within the T20 World Cup summit class in Dubai on November 14.
The three-match T20 International series between India and New Zealand started on November 17.
The Blackcaps misplaced the primary match by seven wickets and the second by 5 wickets. The third match will likely be performed in Kolkata on Sunday.
McClenaghan has performed 48 ODIs and 29 T20Is since making debut in 2012.

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