In the last two ODIs, India's bowlers have shown a tendency to concede ground in a short burst. While New Zealand's bowlers have extracted help from the pitches, India have struggled and their only hope of saving the series is to avoid mistakes
It is hard to fault an opening pair that has been so successful over the past several months but it was Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma's slow start that pulled India down in their big chase in Hamilton, MS Dhoni has said
Brendon McCullum is pleased with New Zealand clicking in every department in the first two ODIs against India
A 22-year-old from the town of Te Aroha went home with NZ$100,000 after taking a one-handed catch on the Seddon Park grass bank
New Zealand batsman, Kane Williamson, starred in his side's 15-run win over India in the second ODI which was played in Hamilton on Wednesday.
|1st||22||S Dhawan||RG Sharma|
|2nd||15||RG Sharma||V Kohli|
|3rd||90||V Kohli||AM Rahane|
|4th||37||MS Dhoni||V Kohli|
|5th||62||MS Dhoni||SK Raina|
|6th||31||MS Dhoni||RA Jadeja|
|7th||2||R Ashwin||RA Jadeja|
|8th||6||R Ashwin||B Kumar|
|9th||10||B Kumar||Mohammed Shami|
|10th||2||I Sharma||Mohammed Shami|
Lonwabo Tsotsobe has taken seven four-wicket hauls without taking a five-for in ODIs, the most by a bowler.