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    Yuzvendra Chahal shone with the ball, picking up three crucial wickets of Tom Latham (37), Colin de Grandhomme (11) and Todd Astle (10). These wickets never let New Zealand's chase gain momentum. AP

    Yuzvendra Chahal shone with the ball, picking up three crucial wickets of Tom Latham (37), Colin de Grandhomme (11) and Todd Astle (10). These wickets never let New Zealand's chase gain momentum. AP

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    It was a brave decision from stand-in captain Rohit Sharma who won the toss and opted to bat first despite the outcome in the last game. However, India got off to a bad start, losing four wickets with just 18 on the board. Rohit, himself, was clean bowled for just 2 made off 16 balls. AP

    It was a brave decision from stand-in captain Rohit Sharma who won the toss and opted to bat first despite the outcome in the last game. However, India got off to a bad start, losing four wickets with just 18 on the board. Rohit, himself, was clean bowled for just 2 made off 16 balls. AP

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    Ambati Rayudu was the man who stood for India during such a crunch situation in the match. He came in to bat when India were 12/2 and saw Shubman Gill and MS Dhoni fall at the other end. He along with Vijay Shankar, who knocked precious 45 runs off 64 balls, formed a 98-run stand for the fifth wicket to stabilise Indian innings. AP

    Ambati Rayudu was the man who stood for India during such a crunch situation in the match. He came in to bat when India were 12/2 and saw Shubman Gill and MS Dhoni fall at the other end. He along with Vijay Shankar, who knocked precious 45 runs off 64 balls, formed a 98-run stand for the fifth wicket to stabilise Indian innings. AP

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    Hardik Pandya came in to bat at No 8 for India and justified why he was held back. He smashed 45 off just 22 balls to take India to 252/10 at the end of the 50 overs. His innings included 2 fours and 5 sixes. AFP

    Hardik Pandya came in to bat at No 8 for India and justified why he was held back. He smashed 45 off just 22 balls to take India to 252/10 at the end of the 50 overs. His innings included 2 fours and 5 sixes. AFP

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    New Zealand did not get off to a good start in the chase, losing Henry Nicholls first for 8 and then Colin Munro for 24. It was Mohammed Shami who scalped both the wickets. The Indian fast bowler finished with figures of 2 for 35 in his 10 overs. He was also adjudged as the Player of the series. AP

    New Zealand did not get off to a good start in the chase, losing Henry Nicholls first for 8 and then Colin Munro for 24. It was Mohammed Shami who scalped both the wickets. The Indian fast bowler finished with figures of 2 for 35 in his 10 overs. He was also adjudged as the Player of the series. AP

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    Kiwis soon lost Ross Taylor for just 1 before captain Kane Williamson and Tom Latham combined together to weave a 67-run stand which brought calmness in their chase. However, the duo did not last for long. Kedar Jadhav removed Williamson on 39 to get India back on track. AP

    Kiwis soon lost Ross Taylor for just 1 before captain Kane Williamson and Tom Latham combined together to weave a 67-run stand which brought calmness in their chase. However, the duo did not last for long. Kedar Jadhav removed Williamson on 39 to get India back on track. AP

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    The most memorable moment of the match was MS Dhoni running out Jimmy Neesham (44), who was looking threatening and had begun to start hitting his shots. There was LBW appeal made in a Kedar Jadhav over and the ball had gone behind the stumps after hitting the batsman's pad. Dhoni quickly collected the ball and hit the stumps as Neesham tried to steal an impossible run. AP

    The most memorable moment of the match was MS Dhoni running out Jimmy Neesham (44), who was looking threatening and had begun to start hitting his shots. There was LBW appeal made in a Kedar Jadhav over and the ball had gone behind the stumps after hitting the batsman's pad. Dhoni quickly collected the ball and hit the stumps as Neesham tried to steal an impossible run. AP









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2 South Africa 4280 110
3 New Zealand 3213 107
4 Australia 4566 104
5 England 5490 104
6 Sri Lanka 4256 89
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2 India 8058 122
3 New Zealand 5798 112
4 South Africa 5545 111
5 Pakistan 4872 102
6 Australia 4290 100
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1 Pakistan 5280 135
2 India 5590 124
3 South Africa 2960 118
4 England 2586 118
5 Australia 3266 117
6 New Zealand 3367 116