Team India was beaten so much, the world record of Pakistani players was broken

New Zealand defeated India in the first ODI on the basis of a double century partnership between Tom Latham and Kane Williamson.

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Updated on: Nov 25, 2022, 3:37 PM IST

The New Zealand cricket team defeated India in the first ODI on Friday. The biggest reason for India’s defeat was the brilliant innings and excellent partnership of New Zealand’s Tom Latham and captain Kane Williamson. With this, both of them broke some records as well. What are they telling you. (AFP photo)

New Zealand left-handed batsman Latham scored an unbeaten 145 off 104 balls in this match.  In this innings, he hit 19 fours and five sixes.  This is the highest score made by any New Zealand batsman in ODIs against India.  In this case, he has left behind Nathan Astley, who scored 120 against India in Rajkot in 1999.  (AFP photo)

New Zealand left-handed batsman Latham scored an unbeaten 145 off 104 balls in this match. In this innings, he hit 19 fours and five sixes. This is the highest score made by any New Zealand batsman in ODIs against India. In this case, he has left behind Nathan Astley, who scored 120 against India in Rajkot in 1999. (AFP photo)

In this match, Latham shared a 221-run partnership for the fourth wicket with his captain Williamson.  This is the biggest partnership for any wicket from New Zealand in ODIs.  Earlier, Latham shared a 200-run partnership with Ross Taylor against India in Mumbai in 2017.(AFP Photo)

In this match, Latham shared a 221-run partnership for the fourth wicket with his captain Williamson. This is the biggest partnership for any wicket from New Zealand in ODIs. Earlier, Latham shared a 200-run partnership with Ross Taylor against India in Mumbai in 2017.(AFP Photo)

Also, this partnership of Latham and Williamson is the biggest partnership for the fourth wicket by any team against India.  In this case, Latham and Williamson have left behind Mohammad Yusuf and Shoaib Malik of Pakistan.  Both of them shared a 206-run partnership for the fourth wicket against India in 2009.  (AFP photo)

Also, this partnership of Latham and Williamson is the biggest partnership for the fourth wicket by any team against India. In this case, Latham and Williamson have left behind Mohammad Yusuf and Shoaib Malik of Pakistan. Both of them shared a 206-run partnership for the fourth wicket against India in 2009. (AFP photo)

This is only the second time that New Zealand has achieved a target of more than 300 in ODIs against India.  Earlier, he had chased 348 runs in Hamilton in 2020. (AFP Photo)

This is only the second time that New Zealand has achieved a target of more than 300 in ODIs against India. Earlier, he had chased 348 runs in Hamilton in 2020. (AFP Photo)


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