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IND Vs NZ, 3rd ODI Update: India Beats New Zealand By 90 Runs, Sweeps Series 3-0

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India equalled its record for utmost sixes in a One- Day International innings with 19 outsides against New Zealand in the third ODI at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore on Tuesday.

The former record by India was set against Australia in 2013 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru when it registered 19 sixes in an innings in which Rohit Sharma hit a record- breaking double- century comprising 16 outsides.

Indian captain Rohit cleared the rope six times in his 85- ball 101 while his opening mate, Shubman Gill scored five outsides in his 112- run innings.

Hardik Pandya( three sixes) and Suryakumar Yadav( two sixes) added to the count from the middle- order, while Virat Kohli, Ishan Kishan and Shardul Thakur hit one each.

Overall, England holds the record for the most sixes in an ODI innings, with 26 against the Netherlands on June 2022, at the VRA Cricket Ground in Amstelveen, Netherlands.

India claimed the top spot in ICC men’s ODI ranking after series color agianst New Zealand at the Holkar colosseum in Indore on Tuesday. Check out further on it then.

Santner is between India and win then. Kuldeep comes to coliseum and Santner welcomes him with a SIX! Santner goes for an upstanding route to shoot ball over long- on for a outside. A fleck ball follow. Kuldeep to Santner, FOUR! he swings hard and gets a commanding edge as the ball races down to third man. A fleck ball follows before Santner smokes the fifth for another four. 15 came from this over.

Chahal bowls his seventh over. Starts with two fleck balls. Santner takes a single off the third ball. Chahal to Duffy, OUT! slider came in for the batter and goes quick off the pitch straight onto the pads. It’s raised out but Duffy wants to review this one still the referral don’t change the outgrowth. New Zealand nine down after 40 overs.

Chahal comes into the attack for Sundar. Rohit wants to finish this off snappily. Chahal starts with a flighted delivery going down the leg and Ferguson steers it once fine leg for a single. Quiet over as four single came in the last four balls, Five came from this over as New Zealand needs 109 off 72.

Rohit asks Sundar to drift, Bracewell follows the pitch of the ball and smokes it for a outside over long on. Short delivery and Santner slaps it for a four through the cover region. Single and Santner retains strike. 12 from that over

Umran resumes, starts off with a wide down the leg side. Bracewell pulls a short ball behind forecourt for a FOUR. Bracewell gets another FOUR with yet another pull shot ff a short delivery. fleck to finish. Nine off that over

Hardik is brought back, replaces Sundar. He bowls a short slower one and Conway slaps it down for a FOUR through the medial gate region. Short and wide yet again and Bracewell capitalises, dispatches it for a FOUR. 11 from the over

Sundar is back into the attack, replaces Umran. Starts off hastily through the air, deceives Conway as it takes the edge but falls short of the backward point. A SIX and a FOUR as he continues to put pressure on the bowler. Single to conclude the over. 12 from that over

Umran resumes. Two mates off the first two deliveries. Umran using the variations to perfection, mixes short and full length deliveries to keep the batters on their bases. Gill does well on the boundary to save a certain four, two from the final ball. Six runs came off that over

No signs of a pace attack yet as Chahal bowls his fourth over. Mitchell starts with a FOUR! with a pull shot. Two mates in the rest five balls. Five came from it. New Zealand went once 150 in this over.

That’s the character the Holkar Stadium has erected for itself over the last decade, thanks to a short outfield and a flatbed for utmost of the transnational games it has hosted. An ODI double hundred and the common-fastest T20I hundred pounded over then’s a evidence to it.

No wonder also that India head trainer Rahul Dravid– in a jocund mood on his return to the megacity of his birth- joked ahead of India’s third ODI against New Zealand that the bowlers want to run down from the colosseum.

With the series sealed, both the top orders will be eager to make the utmost of tailormade conditions for the willow- wielders. While the Black Caps will be hopeless to show their mettle and prove their worth in Kane Williamson’s absence, India will hope that captain Rohit Sharma continues his good work from Raipur three nights before.

Rohit was into his rudiments during a quickfire fifty on Saturday.

Having indented up the common-fastest T20I hundred at the same venue in 2017, the stager will be eager to mark the 10th anniversary of his elevation as a regular India nature( he had opened thrice in South Africa in January 2011) with a triadic- number score.

It’ll be intriguing to see if India tests its bench strength in the dead rubber. While allrounder Hardik Pandya and leader Mohammed Siraj are likely to be rested, the locals will hope that birthplace idol Rajat Patidar makes his India debut.

While Patidar is doubtful to make his debut, one original will surely be on the field right through the game. Umpire Nitin Menon will officiate on the ground for the first time in an transnational on his home turf. Know More Latest News…

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