India outplay NZ with bat, ball to take series lead

New Zealand batting
Batsman Dismissal Runs (balls) 4s/6s SR
M Guptill b Shami 5 (9) 1/0 55.55
C Munro b Shami 8 (9) 2/0 88.88
K Williamson (c) c Shankar b K Yadav 64 (81) 7/0 79.01
R Taylor c & b Chahal 24 (41) 3/0 58.53
T Latham (wk) c & b Chahal 11 (10) 1/0 110.00
H Nicholls c K Yadav b Jadhav 12 (17) 1/0 70.58
M Santner lbw Shami 14 (21) 1/1 66.66
D Bracewell b K Yadav 7 (15) 1/0 46.66
T Southee not out 9 (12) 0/1 75.00
L Ferguson st Dhoni b K Yadav 0 (3) 0/0 0.00
T Boult c R Sharma b K Yadav 1 (10) 0/0 10.00
Fall of wickets: 5/1 (M Guptill, 1.5), 18/2 (C Munro, 3.3), 52/3 (R Taylor, 14.3), 76/4 (T Latham, 18.5), 107/5 (H Nicholls, 23.5), 133/6 (M Santner, 29.4), 146/7 (K Williamson, 33.1), 146/8 (D Bracewell, 33.5), 148/9 (L Ferguson, 35.2), 157/10 (T Boult, 37.6)
Extras: 2 (2 wides)
Total: 157/10 in 38 overs at 4.13 runs per over
India bowling
Bowler Overs/Mdns Runs Wickets Economy
B Kumar 5/0 20 0 4.00
M Shami 6/2 19 3 3.16
V Shankar 4/0 19 0 4.75
Y Chahal 10/0 43 2 4.30
K Yadav 10/1 39 4 3.90
K Jadhav 3/0 17 1 5.66
India batting (target: 156 (DLS))
Batsman Dismissal Runs (balls) 4s/6s SR
R Sharma c Guptill b Bracewell 11 (24) 1/0 45.83
S Dhawan not out 75 (103) 6/0 72.81
V Kohli (c) c Latham b Ferguson 45 (59) 3/0 76.27
A Rayudu not out 13 (23) 2/0 56.52
Didn’t bat: MS Dhoni (wk), K Jadhav, V Shankar, B Kumar, K Yadav, M Shami, Y Chahal
Fall of wickets: 41/1 (R Sharma, 9.2), 132/2 (V Kohli, 28.4)
Extras: 12 (7 wides, 5 leg byes)
Total: 156/2 in 34.5 overs at 4.47 runs per over
New Zealand bowling
Bowler Overs/Mdns Runs Wickets Economy
T Boult 6/1 19 0 3.16
T Southee 6.5/0 36 0 5.26
L Ferguson 8/0 41 1 5.12
D Bracewell 7/0 23 1 3.28
M Santner 7/0 32 0 4.57

India vs New Zealand 1st ODI 2019, key stats

  • Mohammed Shami became the fastest Indian bowler to 100 ODI wickets with the wicket of Martin Guptill, reaching the landmark in just 56 innings. Irfan Pathan, in 59 innings, had previously been the fastest Indian bowler to 100 ODI wickets.
  • Shikhar Dhawan reached 5000 runs in ODI cricket, also becoming the second-fastest Indian batsman (after Virat Kohli, who reached the landmark in 114 innings), and the third-fastest overall (with Brian Lara in 118 innings) to do so. Dhawan also went on to make his 26th ODI half-century, finishing with off balls.
  • Leading India for the 61st time in ODI cricket, Virat Kohli recorded his 45th win as captain.
  • India recorded their 11th ODI win on New Zealand soil and the 52nd overall against the Blackcaps.

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