World Cup semi-final: IND vs NZ; Sharma, Kohli, Rahul out for India in first 19 balls
Sharma, the Cricket World Cup's top run-scorer, edged Matt Henry behind off the fourth ball of his innings.
India's three batsmen, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul, have been dismissed for 1 in the first 16 balls of the chase.
Sharma, the Cricket World Cup's top run-scorer, edged Matt Henry behind off the fourth ball of his innings. It was his shortest ODI innings since the 2017 Champion Trophy.
Kohli only lasted six balls, before he was trapped lbw by Trent Boult. The India captain reviewed the decision but replays showed the ball was clipping the bails.
India was 5-2 at the end of the third over.
Sharma has struck a record five centuries this World Cup and came into the semifinals on 647 runs - 26 off the record for a single edition held by compatriot Sachin Tendulkar in 2003.
KL Rahul was dismissed by Matt Henry as the right-hander nicked the ball to wicket-keeper Tom Latham. He walked back to the pavilion after scoring 1 run.