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New Zealand vs India 2019, 3rd T20I – Statistical Highlights 

New Zealand vs India 2019, 3rd T20I – Statistical Highlights
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The host side New Zealand won the three-match T20I series against India after winning the third and final T20I at Hamilton. It was a thrilling game that New Zealand won by four runs.

The Indian skipper Rohit Sharma decided to bowl first after winning the toss. New Zealand managed to score 212/4 while India replied with the score of 208/6.

Brief Score: New Zealand – 212/4 in 20 overs (Colin Munro 72, Tim Siefert 43; Kuldeep Yadav 2/26)

India – 208/6 in 20 overs (Vijay Shankar 43, Rohit Sharma 38; Daryl Mitchell 2/27)

Result – New Zealand won by four runs

Here are some of the statistical highlights of the match:

(1st innings)

Colin Munro

i) New Zealand batsman Colin Munro scored 72 runs.

  • It was the fourth highest T20I score by a New Zealand batsman against India.
Player Runs scored Venue Date
Colin Munro 109* Rajkot 4 November 2017
Brendon McCullum 91 Chennai 11 September 2012
Tim Seifert 84 Wellington 6 February 2019
Colin Munro 72 Hamilton 10 February 2019


New Zealand, India
Colin Munro (Image Credit: AFP)


ii) By the end of the match, Colin Munro has hit 92 T20I sixes.

  • Surpassing Brendon McCullum (91 T20I sixes), Colin Munro became the second most six-hitter for New Zealand in T20I cricket history. Martin Guptill is leading the table with 103 T20I sixes.
  • In T20I cricket history, Colin Munro is the fourth most six hitting batsman.
Player (Team) No.of T20I sixes
Chris Gayle (Windies) 103
Martin Guptill (New Zealand) 103
Rohit Sharma (India) 102
                     Colin Munro (New Zealand)                    92
Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) 91


iii) By the end of the match, Colin Munro has hit 68 sixes in home T20I career.

  • It is the most number of sixes for a batsman in home T20I career. The previous record holder was Martin Guptill with 67 sixes in home T20I career.


Krunal Pandya

New Zealand, India
Krunal Pandya (Image Credit: Getty Images)

iv) Indian left-arm spinner Krunal Pandya had the bowling figures of 4-0-54-0.

  • It was the joint third most expensive bowling figures for an Indian spinner in T20I history.
Player Bowling figures Opposition Venue Date
Yuzvendra Chahal 4-0-64-0 South Africa Centurion 21 February 2018
Krunal Pandya 4-0-55-0 Australia Brisbane 21 November 2018
Yusuf Pathan 4-0-54-1 Sri Lanka Nagpur 9 December 2009
Krunal Pandya 4-0-54-0 New Zealand Hamilton 10 February 2019


New Zealand national cricket team

v) New Zealand scored 212/4 at the end of 20 overs.

  • It was New Zealand’s fifth most T20I total.
Total Opposition Venue Date
243/5 (20 overs) West Indies Mount Maunganui 3 January 2018
243/5 (20 overs) Australia Auckland 16 February 2018
219/6 (20 covers) India Wellington 6 February 2019
214/6 (20 overs) Australia Christchurch 28 February 2010
212/4 (20 overs) India Hamilton        10 February 2019



(2nd innings)

Indian national cricket team

i) India hit a total of 13 sixes while chasing.

  • It is the most number of sixes for India in the second innings of a T20I match. Their previous record was 11 that happened twice – against West Indies at Lauderhill (27 August 2016) and against England at Bristol (8 July 2018).
  • Also, it is India’s joint-most number of sixes in a T20I innings outside the Indian soil. It was the third time when India hit 13 sixes in a T20I innings outside the Indian soil. In overall, only once India hit more than 13 sixes in T20I innings, and that was 21 against Sri Lanka at Indore on 22 December 2017.    


ii) India lost the three-match T20I series by 2-1.

  • It was the first time when India lost a three-match T20I bilateral series.

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