He became the 15th bowler in the world to spend 100 or more runs in ODIs, while the third New Zealand bowler. Before him, Martin Colin Snedden had spent 105 runs in 12 overs against England in 1983, while Tim Southee had also spent 105 runs in 10 overs against India in 2009. However, the world record of this shameful list is in the name of Michael Llewellyn Lewis of Australia.
It is noteworthy that the Indian team not only clean sweeped the series by defeating New Zealand by a huge margin of 90 runs, but also achieved the top position in the ODI rankings. Devon Conway scored a century in this match, but he could not win the team. Now the Indian team has to play the next series against Australia.
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