Cricket match report yesterday: Rohit, Gill and Shardul shine as India beats ODI series and beats New Zealand by 90 runs

Rohit Sharma celebrates his 10th anniversary as a regular opener for India at ODI and has achieved his first ODI 100 in 3 years. Shubman Gill continued his sizzling form as he also scored 100 hits. Later that night, Devon Conway joined the party.

Still, Holker was Shardul Thakur’s masterful spell as he stood in the middle of the festival as he was scheduled to run at the stadium. Shahdar’s decisive midfield spell saw India secure his 3–0 win with his 90-run victory. Conway was on fire when Shahdul returned to attack after 25 games. Yuzvendra Chahal, who replaced Mohamed Siraj, who was resting with Mohammed Shami, was repeatedly sent to the stands. Umran Malik’s pace was conveniently negotiated for cross-border turmoil.

And he was 184 for 2 at halftime, with New Zealand looking to overtake the target of 386. Then Shardul came in and immediately surprised Darryl Mitchell, kissing his glove on the way to Ishan Kishan, who Conway stumbled from Chala when he was 58, and missed his chance. An ankle ball came next and captain Tom Latham shoveled it down the middle to Hardik Pandya. While Glenn Phillips saved his trick in the hat, he clipped his delivery cross-seam on his Thakur’s Next Over and Kohli completed a skier coming in from his Midwicket.

After 10 balls moved the game in India’s favor, Malik delivered the knockout blow with Conway hitting Rohit right in the middle of the goal.

In the early afternoon, Latham surprisingly chose to go first at batting his Paradise. The Indian captain and Shubman ensured that the Kiwis would pay a heavy price for their misdecision. Apart from Rocky Ferguson, who is arguably the Black Caps’ pace pack choice, no other bowler has managed to hold on to the Indians’ opening pair. Shubman found a gap at will through the fast outfield while Rohit rode an air hit.

Rohit’s flat 6 was fun to watch as he raised 50 over Mitchell Santner, but in the 23rd over Michael he got past Bracewell with 1 bounce 4 he was Shubman rice field. .

Both openers completed hundreds by 26 overs on Blair Tickner’s second spell. With the partnership crossing his 400, the omen was ominous for New Zealand. Bracewell then broke through, Rohit missed a wild throw, and the ball slammed into the stumps.

The middle class continued to score freely, but wickets continued to fall frequently as India ran into a bit of trouble going 313 to 6 in 43rd. Hardik Pandya then found an ally in Shardul Thakur. Her cameo appearance has brought India past her 380 mark.

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