The three ODI series between India and New Zealand has come to an end. Only one match was played in this series. The remaining two matches were cancelled. India was defeated in the first match. Now the ODI rankings have been released by the ICC. Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill’s batting was good in the ODI series against New Zealand, which seems to be benefiting them. According to the latest rankings, Shreyas Iyer has gained six places and has reached the 27th position. While Shubman Gill is at 34th position after a jump of three places. Shikhar Dhawan has lost two places. Although he did score a half-century in the first match.
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Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli were rested after the T20 World Cup. The result of this has also been seen on his ODI ranking. Both have lost one rank each. While Virat Kohli has reached number eight, Rohit Sharma is at number nine. New Zealand’s Tom Latham and Kane Williamson have also improved in their rankings. Tom Latham scored a brilliant century in the first match. Due to the batting of Tom Latham, New Zealand was successful in achieving the target of more than 300 runs. Tom Latham has reached number 18 with a jump of 10 places. At the same time, Kane Williamson, who scored 94 runs in the first ODI, has reached the top 10.
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India lost the series 0–1
Rain washed away the third and final ODI here on Wednesday as the Indian team slumped to a 0-1 series defeat against New Zealand following a poor performance. After being invited to bat, the Indian team was reduced to 219 runs in 47.3 overs due to the poor performance of the batsmen. Chasing this target, New Zealand scored 104 runs losing one wicket in 18 overs when the game had to be stopped due to rain. She was ahead by 50 runs in terms of scores across the Duckworth-Lewis method.