India vs New Zealand: How’s the Josh? Team India celebrates series win in style - Watch

India vs New Zealand: The trophy was lifted by the youngest member of the team - Shubman Gill - and the veteran opener Shikhar Dhawan even broke into dance as the Indian cricket team players celebrated in Wellington.
India celebrate winning the ODI series following the fifth one-day international (ODI) match against New Zealand.(AFP)
India celebrate winning the ODI series following the fifth one-day international (ODI) match against New Zealand.(AFP)
Updated on Feb 03, 2019 07:33 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Correspondent

The Indian cricket team continued their brilliant run of form as they clinched the five-match series against New Zealand after beating the hosts in the fifth ODI encounter in Wellington on Sunday.

Ambati Rayudu top-scored with 90 in India’s innings of 252, while the hosts in reply were all out for 217 in the 45th over. The 4-1 scoreline is the best that india have achieved in New Zealand across formats since they stated touring the country in 1967.

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After the presentation ceremony, the Indian cricket team had just one question to ask - “How’s the josh?”

“High Sir!” came the roaring reply as the team celebrated their win.

 

The phrase from the Vicky Kaushal-starrer Bollywood movie ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ has found a lot of popularity after it was used by a number of politicians and Team India also celebrated the win with the now iconic movie line.

As per tradition, the trophy was lifted by the youngest member of the team - Shubman Gill - and the veteran opener Shikhar Dhawan even broke into dance as the Indian cricket team players celebrated in Wellington.

 

“Coming here and beating New Zealand 4-1 is a massive achievement. They play very good cricket, so it is a great take away for us. Last time we were thrashed 4-0. We didn’t have a point to prove but we just wanted to play good cricket, which we have been doing for the past 8-10 months now,” Rohit Sharma said after the match.

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