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India beat New Zealand by 190 runs in 5th ODI IANS

The fifth One-Day International (ODI) between India and New Zealand was played between at Visakhapatnam. Batting first, India posted a defendable total of 269 with the loss of six wickets. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli were the only half-centurions as they scored 70 and 65 respectively. Skipper MS Dhoni also added 41 runs and towards the end it was Kedar Jadhav and Akshar Patel, who ensured India s decent total on board. Jadhav scored unbeaten 39, while Akshar played a cameo of 24 runs from 18 balls. From Kiwi bowling department, Trent Boult and Ish Sodhi scalped two wickets each, while Jimmy Neesham and Mitchell Santner got one wicket each.

Coming to chase, it was another awful start for New Zealand as they lost their opener Martin Guptill for duck and thanks to Umesh Yadav s excellent delivery for the same. Soon they lost their second wicket too but after that, captain Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor started building a partnership and added 35 runs for the third wicket. Williamson was the first one to get out and soon there was a flurry of wickets and it was all because of Amit Mishra. In a matter of around 10 overs, from 62 for two, New Zealand were bowled out for 79 and once again lost the chance to win a bilateral ODI series in India. New Zealand lost the match by a huge margin of 191 runs. With this huge win for India, it is evident that this was a typical record breaking match and so we present some interesting statistical highlights from this ODI.

India won this match by 190 runs their fourth biggest victory in ODIs in terms of runs. India s other three biggest victory in terms of runs are of 257 runs against Bermuda in 2007, by 256 runs against Hong Kong in 2008 and by 200 against Bangladesh in 2003.

New Zealand got all out for 79 in 23.1 overs shortest New Zealand innings in ODIs when they have been bowled out. Their previous shortest ODI innings after getting all out was of 24.4 overs, which came against Pakistan in 2000.

79 is the lowest total by New Zealand in ODIs against India. Overall, this is their fifth lowest total in ODIs. Their four top lowest totals in ODIs are 64 against Pakistan in 1986, 73 against Sri Lanka in 2007, 74 against Australia in 1982 and 74 against Pakistan in 1990.

Jayant Yadav becomes India s 216th ODI player joint second most number of players for any team in ODIs along with Australia, which given ODI caps to 216 players so far. The record for any team having given most number of ODI caps to players is held by England with 246 cricketers.

With his 41-run knock in this ODI, Dhoni surpassed Allan Border s tally of second most runs as captain at home. Dhoni has currently 2,675 runs to his name in this criterion, while Ponting is at top with 3,093 runs.

Dhoni also surpassed Greg Chappell s tally of second most runs as captain against New Zealand. Dhoni has currently 723 runs to his name in this criterion, while Ponting is at top with 1,440 runs.

Number of times teams losing first wicket for duck against India in ODIs: New Zealand 10 times, Sri Lanka 10 times, West Indies 10 times and Pakistan 7 times.

Most ducks by Kiwi batsman against India in ODIs: Brendon McCullum five ducks, Martin Guptill four ducks, Nathan Astle three ducks and Chris Harris three ducks.

Five ducks from New Zealand batting line up in this ODI most by any team in an ODI innings played in India.

New Zealand lost their last seven wickets under 16 runs their second lowest in ODIs. From 63 for two, New Zealand were bowled out for 79. They previous record in this criterion is of 15 runs in an ODI against Australia in 1990. Overall, this was the fifth lowest number of runs for a team to lose last seven wickets in an ODI.

15 wickets for Mishra in this series second most number of wickets by any bowler in a bilateral ODI series against New Zealand. Most wickets in this criterion was taken by Javagal Srinath 18 wickets in 2002-03 series.

At the age of 33-years, Mishra becomes the oldest Indian spinner to take five-wicket haul in ODIs. Previous record holder in criterion is Sachin Tendulkar five for 50 against Pakistan in 2005. Overall, he is at third position in this criterion with former Indian pacer Robin Singh having two five-for in his name at the age of 34 and 35. Both came against Sri Lanka in 1997 and 1999.

Mishra becomes first bowler to take more than 13 wickets in two different bilateral ODI series. In the 2013 ODI series against Zimbabwe, Mishra took 18 wickets.

Virat Kohli surpassed Mohammad Azharuddin s tally of fifth highest run getter as an Indian batsman at home in ODIs. Kohli has currently 3,202 runs to his name in this criterion, other top four players are Sachin Tendulkar 6,976 runs, Dhoni 3,811 runs, Rahul Dravid 3,406 runs and Yuvraj Singh 3,205 runs.

358 runs for Kohli in this series third most runs by any batsman in any bilateral ODI series against New Zealand. Other two highest run getters in this criterion are Desmond Haynes 404 runs in 1985 and Tillakaratne Dilshan 397 runs in 2015.

244 runs for Tom Latham in this series third most runs by any Kiwi batsman in a bilateral ODI series against India. Other two highest run getters in this criterion are Kane Williamson 361 runs in 2014 and Ross Taylor 343 runs in 2014.

26 wickets taken by Indian spinners in this series second most by Indian spinners in a bilateral ODI series. The record for most wickets taken by Indian spinners in a bilateral ODI series is of 27 wickets against England in 2006.

35 wickets by spinners in this series second most number of wickets taken by spinners in a bilateral ODI series in India. The record for most wickets taken by spinners in this criterion is of 38 wickets, which came during India and Pakistan series in 2005.

Third time New Zealand lost the chance to win a bilateral ODI series against in India by losing the fifth ODI of the series. Previous two instances came in 1995 and 1999.

No 300 plus total in this ODI series. The last ODI series played in India which didn’t record even one total of 300 was India and England series in 2006.

(Abhishek Kumar is a cricket devotee currently staffing with CricLife and CricketCountry.com. He can be followed at @abhik2593)