Ind vs NZ 3rd ODI highlights: India take unbeatable 3-0 Series Sweap, win by 90 Runs
IND vs NZ 3rd ODI Highlights: India vs New Zealand Live Score Latest Updates 3rd ODI: Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma get India off to a strong start after they were invited to bat first by New Zealand in the third ODI in Indore. India have won the series 3-0.
A formidable Indian cricket team completely dominated an out of sorts New Zealand for a series-clinching 90-runs win in the third ODI at Indore, continuing to send a resounding message of its near invincibility to every ICC ODI World Cup 2023 opposition.
Rohit Sharma – Shubman Gill Shine As India Clean Sweep New Zealand In The Three Match ODI Series
Rohit and Gill put on a 205-run opening wicket stand in the third ODI against New Zealand in Indore. India batted first, Rohit and Gill put on a 385-run opening top-scoring with an impressive Century.
Post Match Presentation
Rohit Sharma before lifting the trophy: In the last six games we’ve done most things right in ODIs. We’re consistent in our approach with the bat and ball. Without Siraj and Shami we wanted to give opportunities to other guys on the bench. We wanted to bring Chahal and Umran in the mix, put them under pressure. We had runs on the board, but on this kind of ground no total is safe. We stuck to the plans, held our nerves. Shardul has been doing this for a while, so some people call him ‘Magician‘. every time I’ve given Kuldeep the ball, he brings wickets. Just need to give him more games under his belt, because wristspinners get better as they play more. His [Gill’s] approach is quite similar. He starts afresh. As a young players that is important. He can easily sit on top of his laurels and take it easy, but he doesn’t. 20th century means a lot to me, it was important to play long and take the team to a good total. Honestly, we don’t talk too much about rankings. It’s about winning games and it won’t be different when we play the Tests against Australia. It won’t be an easy challenge but we’re up for it.
Gill is the Player of the Series: Feels nice and when you perform well. It’s satisfying. I’ve not changed my approached much. I look to convert those starts into big ones, to express myself. I try to play according to the situation and conditions, not looking at may score. Our bowlers did a good job and bowled really well on this wicket because at one point it looked like it could go either ways.
Not Rohit, not Gill, Thakur is the Player of the Match: I’m well liked by them and even I like my team-mates. At some point they’re going to come after your, and it’s important to stay in the moment and not get ahead of yourselves. I ask myself what needs to be done and do it the next time. I don’t think too much because we’ve to be ready for all situations, whether with the bat or ball. Everyone enjoys batting and modern-day game is all about batting. Don’t you think so?
Tom Latham: The start with the ball wasn’t great and we did well to bring them back to 380. It doesn’t sound right but it is, and then to be bowled out in 40 overs didn’t go right for us. It’s our last experience in India before the World Cup so the guys are exposed to these conditions in the three games and hopefully it’ll be helpful in October. We’re building depth in this group without Southee and others. Fingers crossed about my form for the World Cup. Hopefully we can take the learnings for the T20 series.