India beat New Zealand by 6 runs in final ODI, clinch three-match series 2-1

Updated On Oct 29, 2017 10:24 PM IST
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Indian cricket players celebrate after winning the final ODI at Kanpur. (BCCI )
Updated on Oct 29, 2017 10:24 PM IST

Indian cricket players celebrate after winning the final ODI at Kanpur. (BCCI )

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India scored 337/6 in the first innings courtesy of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. (AP)
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India scored 337/6 in the first innings courtesy of Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. (AP)

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Rohit Sharma scored 147 off 138 balls, playing a typically classy innings. (AP)
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Rohit Sharma scored 147 off 138 balls, playing a typically classy innings. (AP)

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Virat Kohli scored 113 off 106 balls and complimented Sharma well. (AFP)
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Virat Kohli scored 113 off 106 balls and complimented Sharma well. (AFP)

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However, MS Dhoni and other members of the lower order didn’t chip in as much as they could have. (AP)
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However, MS Dhoni and other members of the lower order didn’t chip in as much as they could have. (AP)

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In reply, New Zealand looked likely to register a win, with C Munro scoring 75 off 62 balls. (AP)
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In reply, New Zealand looked likely to register a win, with C Munro scoring 75 off 62 balls. (AP)

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For long periods of the game, New Zealand seemed destined to get that elusive ODI series win in India. (AFP)
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For long periods of the game, New Zealand seemed destined to get that elusive ODI series win in India. (AFP)

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Tom Latham played yet another valuable innings, scoring 65 off 52 balls. But his run out dismissal was the beginning of the end for the Black Caps. (AP)
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Tom Latham played yet another valuable innings, scoring 65 off 52 balls. But his run out dismissal was the beginning of the end for the Black Caps. (AP)

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Once Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed Henry Nichols, India seemed likely to get the win. (AP)
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Once Bhuvneshwar Kumar removed Henry Nichols, India seemed likely to get the win. (AP)

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Jasprit Bumrah bowled a tight final over to give India a 6-run victory in the final ODI and a 2-1 series win. (AFP)
Updated on Oct 29, 2017 10:24 PM IST

Jasprit Bumrah bowled a tight final over to give India a 6-run victory in the final ODI and a 2-1 series win. (AFP)

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