India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI: Indian Openers on roll with brilliant Start in Indore


In the most recent ODI match against the Black Caps, Men in Blue demonstrated their superiority.

In light of the game’s outcomes, New Zealand chose to field first after winning the toss.

Men in Blue batted with an offensive strategy in the middle.

Team India’s opening batsmen, Rohit Sharma and Shubhman Gill, each got fifty-plus scores to push the country’s total past 120 runs in the first 15 overs.

Shubhman Gill, the other opener, is later overshadowed by Sharma’s blinding sixes and beautiful boundaries.

The team management would undoubtedly want them to stay together.

The bowlers from New Zealand appear to have no strategy against these two batsmen.

India will undoubtedly want to play ODIs on a modern ODI template, and given the current standards, you need at least 350 runs in 50 overs to extend your bowlers’ dominance.

Since India is hosting the world cup this year, they want to do their best.

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Men in Blue have received a lot of criticism because they failed to win the ICC trophy after 2013.

Whether or not this myth is disproved this time around will be an intriguing thing to watch.

Following their three-match T20I series against the Black Caps, India’s Men in Blue will face their toughest test of the year when they take on the Kangaroos in the Border Gavaskar Trophy, which will begin on February 9th, 2023 at Nagpur.