India manages to keep up the winning streak as they won the series decider by a narrow margin of 6 runs at Kanpur. When India and New Zealand met at the Third Paytm One Day International, all eyes were on the Men in Blue as India have never lost a home series since 2015.
India lost the toss and New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson opted to bowl considering the dew factor. India lost Shikar Dhawan early for just 14 and later Indian Captain Kohli joined hands with 'Hit Man' Rohit Sharma and propelled India's score to 337 by the end of 50 overs.
New Zealand who started their chase had a blitzkrieg start from Munro who was easily blasting boundaries. However, Indians kept on taking wickets at the regular intervals and India's premium death bowler Bumrah picked 3 wickets and ensured India's victory by a narrow margin of 6 runs!
Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and Shikar Dhawan out of Sri Lanka's remaining Tests Indian Opener KL Rahul said India would have won the First Test at Eden Gardens if Sun Light stayed for a little more of play. India which failed to score in 1st Innings compensated in the 2nd innings with a rapid quickfire century from Indian Skipper Virat Kohli.
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