India display all-round performance against New Zealand to win third ODI by seven wickets, seal series 3-0

Catch the key moments from the third ODI between India and New Zealand played at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui

FirstCricket Staff January 28, 2019 15:31:49 IST
New Zealand opted to bat first after winning the toss but yet again, they got off to a bad start. Opener Colin Munro (7) was sent back by Mohammed Shami and and then soon Bhuvneshwar Kumar got rid off Martin Guptill (13). The pace duo shared five wickets between them. AP
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New Zealand opted to bat first after winning the toss but yet again, they got off to a bad start. Opener Colin Munro (7) was sent back by Mohammed Shami and and then soon Bhuvneshwar Kumar got rid off Martin Guptill (13). The pace duo shared five wickets between them. AP
In the third ODI, a notable inclusion in India XI was that of Hardik Pandya, who was coming into the game after having gone through a huge controversy back home. He took a blinder of a catch on Monday, that of New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, making a strong statement about his mental and physical fitness level despite being off the field for all the wrong reasons. He bowled 10 overs and picked 2 wickets on Monday. AP
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In the third ODI, a notable inclusion in India XI was that of Hardik Pandya, who was coming into the game after having gone through a huge controversy back home. He took a blinder of a catch on Monday, that of New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, making a strong statement about his mental and physical fitness level despite being off the field for all the wrong reasons. He bowled 10 overs and picked 2 wickets on Monday. AP
Ross Taylor once again showed why he is such an important member of the New Zealand ODI side. He scored 93 off 106 balls and put on 119 runs for the fourth wicket with Tom Latham to steer Kiwis out of a difficult situation in the match. AP
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Ross Taylor once again showed why he is such an important member of the New Zealand ODI side. He scored 93 off 106 balls and put on 119 runs for the fourth wicket with Tom Latham to steer Kiwis out of a difficult situation in the match. AP
Tom Latham, who came in to bat at No 5, played well for his 51 runs. Along with Ross Taylor, he helped New Zealand reach from a dismal position of 59/3 to 178/4 when the left-handed batsman departed. AP
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Tom Latham, who came in to bat at No 5, played well for his 51 runs. Along with Ross Taylor, he helped New Zealand reach from a dismal position of 59/3 to 178/4 when the left-handed batsman departed. AP
Chasing 244 to win, Indian openers put on 39 for the first wicket before Shikhar Dhawan departed for 28 made off 27 balls. Rohit Sharma carried on and smashed 62 off 77 balls. He formed a 113-run stand with Virat Kohli to take India to a solid position in the chase. AP
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Chasing 244 to win, Indian openers put on 39 for the first wicket before Shikhar Dhawan departed for 28 made off 27 balls. Rohit Sharma carried on and smashed 62 off 77 balls. He formed a 113-run stand with Virat Kohli to take India to a solid position in the chase. AP
Virat Kohli yet again hit a fifty but was not able to convert it into a big score. He scored 60 off 74 balls before he gave a straight catch to the cover fielder while trying to hit some quick boundaries. AP
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Virat Kohli yet again hit a fifty but was not able to convert it into a big score. He scored 60 off 74 balls before he gave a straight catch to the cover fielder while trying to hit some quick boundaries. AP
Ambati Rayudu finally came good on the tour of New Zealand as he scored 40 off 42 balls and along with Dinesh Karthik (38 pff 38 balls) took India past the target of 243 runs easily. AP
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Ambati Rayudu finally came good on the tour of New Zealand as he scored 40 off 42 balls and along with Dinesh Karthik (38 pff 38 balls) took India past the target of 243 runs easily. AP