India Vs New Zealand: 5th ODI, Vizag

Cricketnext | Updated: October 29, 2016, 10:56 PM IST
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  • Leg-spinner Amit Mishra claimed five wickets to skittle New Zealand out for a paltry 79 as India thrashed the Black Caps by 190 runs to clinch the five-match one-day international series 3-2 in Visakhapatnam. (BCCI Photo)

    Leg-spinner Amit Mishra claimed five wickets to skittle New Zealand out for a paltry 79 as India thrashed the Black Caps by 190 runs to clinch the five-match one-day international series 3-2 in Visakhapatnam. (BCCI Photo)

  • India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni opted to bat against New Zealand. (BCCI Photo)

    India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni opted to bat against New Zealand. (BCCI Photo)

  • Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli set up the win with their gritty half-centuries to help India post 269 for six after electing to bat first in the series decider. (BCCI Photo)

    Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli set up the win with their gritty half-centuries to help India post 269 for six after electing to bat first in the series decider. (BCCI Photo)

  • Captain MS Dhoni (41), who is trying to settle in his new number four slot, played a watchful innings before being trapped lbw to Mitchell Santner after missing an attempted sweep. (BCCI Photo)

    Captain MS Dhoni (41), who is trying to settle in his new number four slot, played a watchful innings before being trapped lbw to Mitchell Santner after missing an attempted sweep. (BCCI Photo)

  • Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli set up the win with their gritty half-centuries to help India post 269 for six after electing to bat first in the series decider. (BCCI Photo)

    Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli set up the win with their gritty half-centuries to help India post 269 for six after electing to bat first in the series decider. (BCCI Photo)

  • Umesh Yadav celebrates after dismissing Martin Guptill for a duck. (BCCI Photo)

    Umesh Yadav celebrates after dismissing Martin Guptill for a duck. (BCCI Photo)

  • Amit Mishra, who returned with impressive figures of 5-18 in six overs, claimed 15 wickets in the five matches and was judged the man of the match and the player of the series. (BCCI Photo)

    Amit Mishra, who returned with impressive figures of 5-18 in six overs, claimed 15 wickets in the five matches and was judged the man of the match and the player of the series. (BCCI Photo)

First Published: October 29, 2016, 10:56 PM IST
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