List of records that tumbled as Tom Latham hits big century in IND vs NZ 1st ODI | Cricket

Team India’s unbeaten streak in tour of New Zealand 2022, ended on Friday as the Men in Blue misplaced the 1st One-Day International(ODI) match by 7 wickets. Shikhar Dhawan and Co. batted first and put 306/7 in 50 overs on the board. In reply, New Zealand chased down the goal 47.1 overs, with wicket-keeper batter Tom Latham hitting an unbeaten 145 off 104 balls and skipper Kane Williamson giving him firm with an unbeaten 94 off 98 balls.

In their unbeaten 221-run partnership, the duo of Latham and Williamson created a number of records. Player of the Match Latham broke Nathan Astle’s lengthy standing document and have become the very best particular person scorer for New Zealand in opposition to India in ODIs. Also the 221-run stand for the fourth wicket bought registered as the very best partnership for the Kiwis in opposition to India in ODIs. With the win, New Zealand continued their unbeaten streak at residence in ODIs, it was their thirteenth win in ODIs since Feb 2019.

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Highest particular person scores for NZ vs India in ODIs

145* T Latham Auckland 2022

120 N Astle Rajkot 1999

118 Ok Williamson Delhi 2017

117 N Astle Colombo 2001

Highest partnerships for NZ vs India in ODIs

221*Ok Williamson – T Latham Auckland 2022

200 R Taylor – T Latham Mumbai WS 2017

190 R Taylor – S Styris Dambulla 2010

181 A Parore – Ok Rutherford Baroda 1994

For India, captain Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer scored half-centuries in the match. Iyer top-scored with 80 off 76 balls whereas Sanju Samson and Washington Sundar hit 30+ scores down the decrease order to assist the crew sail previous 300-run mark.

Meanwhile, debutant speedster Umran Malik rose to the event and picked two wickets in the match.


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