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Stat Highlights for India vs New Zealand T20s and ODIs

First time India were whitewashed in more than 2 ODI’s since 1989 against West Indies.

India’s first consecutive defeat in ODIs since March 2019 against Australia.

The last time India lost back to back ODIs in an away bilateral series in 2018 in England.

First time Jasprit Bumrah didn’t pick a wicket in 3 consecutive ODIs.

1st bilateral ODI series win over India for New Zealand since 2014.

Colin de Grandhomme scored 50 in 21 balls

This was the joint 3rd fastest 50 scored against India in ODIs

Guptill become the NZ opener with most runs in ODIs

Player Mat Inns Runs
MJ Guptill 160 158 6178

 

Guptill also became the NZ player with most 6s against India in all formats.

 

Most 6s across formats by NZ batsman against IND
Player Mat Inns 6s
MJ Guptill 56 64 38*

 

Guptill

 

KL RahulKL Rahul got out for 112; it was his highest score in ODIs and also his 4th century in his ODI career

It was 3rd consecutive 50 plus score for KL Rahul.

 

The ODI series ended with Virat Kohli averaging just 25, it was Kohli’s lowest series average since 2015 in an ODI bilateral series.

Ravinder Jadeja scored his 12th ODI fifty.

His last fifty was also against New Zealand at Manchester in the World Cup 2019 semi-final.

7th half-century at no. 7 in ODIs for Jadeja — 2nd most for an Indian at no. 7 after MS Dhoni (9).

9th consecutive innings without any fifty for Jadhav in ODIs.

3rd consecutive innings Kohli has been dismissed bowled in ODIs — 1st time in his career.

6th time Southee has dismissed Kohli in ODIs — joint most by any bowler

This is the highest successful chase by NZ in terms of target

Highest successful chase vs IND in terms of target to win 
Team Score Target Stadium
Australia 359/6 359 Mohali
New Zealand 348/6 348 Hamilton

 

136 runs stand between KL Rahul and S Iyer is the best 4th wicket stand for INDIA in NEW ZEALAND

T20’s

This is the 8th whitewash inflicted by India in bilateral T20 series.

This is also the 5th whitewash inflicted by India away from home in T20 bilateral series.

Ross Taylor scored a half century in his 100th T20 match.

Shivam Dube conceded 34 runs in an over, most by an Indian in a T20 match.

Player Overs Runs Wkts Stadium
HK Bennett 4 54 3 Hamilton
TG Southee 4 52 0 Mount Maunganui

 

Back to back half-century for Rohit Sharma; it was the 21st half-century in his T20 career

And Rohit’s 4th half-century against NZ in T20, it was his 12th half-century batting in 1st innings of the match

15th tied match for New Zealand across all formats; most by a team.

8th tie overall by New Zealand in T20.

1st time two consecutive matches have ended in a tie.

Most Tied matches by a team across format 
Team Tied
New Zealand 15
West Indies 14
Australia 13
India 13

 

Most runs vs IND in T20s
Player Mat Inns NO Runs
C Munro (NZ) 11 11 1 411
AJ Finch (AUS) 13 13 0 405

 

It was Munro’s 11th T20I fifty and 3rd fifty vs INDIA overall.

4/26 was Sodhi’s 3rd best bowling figure in T20Is

After taking K.L Rahul’s wicket Sodhi becomes third highest wicket taker for NZ in T20Is

Most wickets for NZ in T20s
Player Wkts
TG Southee 77
NL McCullum 58
IS Sodhi 52

 

Shardul Thakur completed 100 T20 wickets

3rd time Southee has dismissed Rohit — the most by a bowler against in T20Is.

India restricted NZ to just 132/5

This was the 2nd lowest total by New Zealand against India in T20.

Also, it was NZ’s 3rd lowest T20 total at Auckland in completed innings (All-out or 20-overs played).

Kane Williamson dismissed for 14 (20).

SR of 70 — was Williamson’s 2nd slowest knock in T20 with 10+ runs in an innings.

His slowest was with SR of 68.75 (11 off 16) vs PAK at Abu Dhabi in 2018.

 

5th caught and bowled wicket for Jadeja in T20Is

6th bowler to take 5 or more caught and bowled wickets in T20Is

It was the first instance of Colin De Grandhomme being caught and bowled in T20Is.

First instance of five 50+ scores in a T20I match

1.       C Munro 59

2.       K Williamson 51

3.       R Taylor 54*

4.       KL Rahul 56

5.       S IYER 51*

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