India Defeated New Zealand In the third ODI Indore They won a three-match series and whitewashed back-to-back ODI opponents.
While Rohit Sharma It was back to the century way of doing things. Shubman Gill After already achieving a double-digit ton in the first OCI, he continued his purple streak with another century.
While The top order performed admirably throughout the series, but the middle order was slow to move. The Bowlers, on contrary, performed admirably, with the exception of the first ODI. Michael Bracewell The result was serious. Men-in-Blue.
India The series won several records, and the winner was also a runner-up. Kiwis as well pitched in with a couple of records –
One – India Toppled the current table toppers, moved to the number one spot in the ICC ODI rankings New Zealand After whitewashing the entire series. New Zealand They are now in the fourth place Australia England.
2 – India Only the second time that the format has been used in this way, whitewashed their rivals in back-toback ODI series. The An earlier instance was only 2022. India Whitewashed West Indies Zimbabwe.
7.03 – India Scored 7.03 runs per over during the entire series. This This was their second highest scoring rate in ODI history, with 7.10 against. England 2017 InterestinglyThe third-highest is 6.85 against Sri Lanka.
360 – Shubman Gill The highest Indian Scorer in a bilateral series of ODI matches consisting three matches with 360 runs each New Zealand. He Also equaled Babar Azam’s record And he became the joint-highest total scorer.
Highest run-rate by India In the ODI Series:
7.10 – v England 2017
7.03 – v New Zealand In 2023
6.85 – v Sri Lanka In 2023
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30 – India skipper Rohit Sharma Hit his 30Th ODI Ton equaled Australian legend Ricky Ponting For the number ODI centuries. He He also ranks joint third with the top three all-time ODI Century scorers. The The first and second positions are also held. Indians – Sachin Tendulkar With 49 Tons Virat Kohli With 49 tons.
71 – Devon Conway The second-fastest century was achieved New Zealand Against India The milestone was achieved in 71 deliveries in ODIs The The first is Michael Bracewell’s carnage in the first ODI wherein he reached his century in 57 balls.