Gutsy Tom Latham and Ross Taylor help Black Caps gain early advantage in ODI series

Catch the best photos highlights from the first ODI between India and New Zealand

FirstCricket Staff October 23, 2017 22:20:11 IST
New Zealand batsman Tom Latham scored a scintillating match-winning century against India to help Kiwis gain lead in 3-match series. AP
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New Zealand batsman Tom Latham scored a scintillating match-winning century against India to help Kiwis gain lead in 3-match series. AP
Latham and Ross Taylor were involved in a 200-run stand for the fourth wicket, which turned out to be decisive partnership that took the game away from the hosts. AP
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Latham and Ross Taylor were involved in a 200-run stand for the fourth wicket, which turned out to be decisive partnership that took the game away from the hosts. AP
The partnership between Latham and Taylor gave the Indian senior pros – captain Virat Kohli and  Mahendra Singh Dhoni – headache. AP
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The partnership between Latham and Taylor gave the Indian senior pros – captain Virat Kohli and  Mahendra Singh Dhoni – headache. AP
Before New Zealand's chase Kohli smashed a terrific ton to propel India to a competitive 280. While notching his 31st century surpassed Rickey Ponting's tally of 30 hundreds leaving him behind his idol, Sachin Tendulkar's record of 49 tons. AP
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Before New Zealand's chase Kohli smashed a terrific ton to propel India to a competitive 280. While notching his 31st century surpassed Rickey Ponting's tally of 30 hundreds leaving him behind his idol, Sachin Tendulkar's record of 49 tons. AP
The sweltering conditions in Mumbai weren't the easiest, but seasoned Kiwi batsman Taylor battled valiantly to score a solid 95. AP
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The sweltering conditions in Mumbai weren't the easiest, but seasoned Kiwi batsman Taylor battled valiantly to score a solid 95. AP
Left-arm quick Trent Boult bowled a magnificent spell to wreck India's top order. Boult finished with impressive figures of 4 wickets for 35 runs in his quota of 10 overs. AP
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Left-arm quick Trent Boult bowled a magnificent spell to wreck India's top order. Boult finished with impressive figures of 4 wickets for 35 runs in his quota of 10 overs. AP