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Modern Zealand pacer Tim Southee crossed the 200-wicket sign in ODI cricket, becoming the fifth bowler from his nation to originate so. He reached this milestone in some unspecified time in the future of his facet’s first ODI in opposition to India in Auckland. In the match, Southee ended up with a spell of 3 wickets for 73 runs in his 10 overs. He had an economy payment of seven.30. He took two wanted wickets of captain Shikhar Dhawan (72) and Shreyas Iyer (80) and additionally pushed aside Shardul Thakur (1).
In 149 ODIs, Southee has 202 wickets, which have come at a median of 33.83 and an economy payment of 33.83. His simplest bowling figures are 7/33.
NZ Bowlers above him within the wicket-taking charts are Chris Harris (203), Kyle Mills (240) and aged all-rounder Daniel Vettori (297). Chris Cairns has additionally taken 200 wickets in ODIs.
Coming to the match, fifties from Dhawan, Shubman Gill (50) and Iyer on the side of a quickfire 16-ball 37 ride cameo by all-rounder Washington Sundar guided India to 306/7 in their 50 overs.
Pacer Lockie Ferguson (3/59) and Southee picked three wickets every. Adam Milne additionally got one scalp.
In stride of 307, India had Kiwis at 88/3 in 19.5 overs. However a 221-ride fourth wicket stand between Tom Latham (145off 104 balls) and skipper Kane Williamson (94off 98 ballls) guided Modern Zealand to a take.
For India, debutant Umran Malik (2/66) was amongst the snatch of the bowlers. Shardul Thakur additionally got a wicket.
Latham’s terrific knock earned him a ‘Participant of the Match’ award.
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