Ind vs NZ ODI: Here’s how the Last Series went for Men in Blue

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Tomorrow is the start of the India Vs New Zealand series which is going to be one of the most interesting series of 2019. New Zealand who are almost unbeatable at their home will fight it out with India, who have recently defeated the current world champions on their soil in tests & ODIs to gain the ultimate supremacy.

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The last tour that Men in Blue made to Kiwis Island didn’t went well for them as they lost the 5-match series 4-0, one being tied. Here are some stats from that India vs New Zealand 2013-14 ODI series,

Ind vs NZ ODI Match Highlights

1st ODI (Napier) – New Zealand won by 24 runs.

2nd ODI (Hamilton) – New Zealand won by 15 runs.

3rd ODI (Auckland) – Match tied.

4th ODI (Hamilton) – New Zealand won by 7 wickets.

5th ODI (Wellington) – New Zealand won by 87 runs.

Ind vs NZ ODI Match Batting performances

361- was the most runs scored in the series by Kane Williamson.

123*- the highest individual score was made by Virat Kohli in the 1st ODI

4- Centuries were scored in the series. Virat Kohli (123*), Ross Taylor (112* & 102) & Martin Guptill (111).

17- Half-centuries were scored in the series.

5- Half-centuries scored by Kane Williamson were the most number of 50s scored in the series. He score half century in every match.

Ind vs NZ ODI Match Bowling performances

11- Mohammed Shami was the pick of Indian bowler in that series.

5/63 by Corey Anderson in the tied ODI was the only 5 wicket haul and the best bowling figures of that series.

Ind vs NZ ODI Match Fielding performances

are the number of catches taken by Tim Southee in that series. He took 3 catches in a single game.

Man of the Match awards were the most by any player in this series won by Ross Taylor.

Lets see who takes the Ind vs NZ Series in 2019. Whom are you supporting?

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