India vs New Zealand: Mohammed Shami has translated his Test form into ODI cricket, says Virat Kohli
Mohammed Shami delivered a man of the match-winning performance at Napier with match figures of 3/19.
India vs New Zealand, 1st ODI report card: Mohammed Shami, spin twins impress in Napier win; Martin Guptill, Tom Latham flunk
Here's our report card for the first ODI between India and New Zealand at Napier which Virat Kohli's side won by eight wickets.
Highlights, India vs New Zealand, 1st ODI, Full Cricket Score: Mohammed Shami, Shikhar Dhawan help visitors take 1-0 lead
India vs New Zealand Live Score: India win the first ODI by 8 wickets and this win will give them huge confidence. In the end, it was the nervous-looking Rayudu who hit the winning run for India. But it was Dhawan and Virat, who paved the way. Dhawan, with 75 off 103, looked a different batsman than what he was a few days back in Australia. India go 1-0 up in 5-match series.
India v New Zealand, ODI stats preview: From Kiwi's recent top-order struggles to intriguing tussle between spinners
Before the ODI series between hosts New Zealand and India gets underway, here's a look at some of the key stats between the two sides.
India vs New Zealand LIVE Streaming: When and where to watch 1st ODI match at Napier on live tv online
India vs New Zealand Live Streaming: Here's everything you need to know about the coverage of the firs ODI between India and New Zealand.
India vs New Zealand: Virat Kohli is the best one-day player currently, easy to get caught up in him, says Ross Taylor
India tour of New Zealand starts on 23 January with the first ODI in Napier. India will be playing five ODIs and three T20Is against the 'Black Caps'.
Highlights India vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI at Pune, cricket result: Karthik's 64 guides hosts to victory, level series 1-1
Karthik finishes the game with a top shot through the offside and remains unbeaten on 64. MS Dhoni remains not out at the other end. All smiles for India as they level the ODI series 1-1. The batsmen complimented the efforts of the bowlers who really set up this victory, holding Kiwis to 230 in the first innings.
Williamson and McCullum stayed together through more than 50 overs to nullify that threat and put New Zealand on top the end of the first day.