- New Zealand won the toss and chose to bowl first.
- Rohit Sharma amassed 101 runs in 85 balls, getting the fastest ODI 100s by him in terms of balls faced.
- Rohit and Gill paired up for the highest opening partnership against New Zealand in ODIs; 213 runs in 163 balls.
- Shubham Gill drilled maximum runs for India; 112 in 78 balls.
- India put 385 runs on the scoreboard.
After winning two ODI matches, India took New Zealand on to the ground, Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore for another Ind vs NZ match. With the captains of both squads on the pitch, New Zealand won the toss and opted to bowl first.
To unveil the batting attack, Rohit and Shubman Gill came to the crease on the opening bowling of Jacob Duffy. In the 2nd over, Gill bought the first four of the innings while Rohit smacked two fours in the immediate over from Duffy. After 3 overs, India got a score of 17.
In the 5th over, Rohit crunched the first six for the side. After 7 overs, the Men in Blue got a score of 42. After 8 overs, India crossed the half-century with a score of 64.
Smashing multiple fours and sixes, Gill reached his 50-run stand in 33 balls in the 12th over. After 13 overs, India crossed the century with a score of 101. In the 14th over, Rohit slammed his 49th ODI 50.
Rohit and Gill formed a lethal combination and the team score jumped to 165 after 20 overs. In the 25th over, India crossed the double-century, standing at a score of 205. In the consecutive over, both star players crossed their individual centuries.
M Bracewell gave a breakthrough to the New Zealand team, dismissing Rohit Sharma, restricting him at a score of 101 off 85 deliveries and Virat Kohli came to the crease.
In the 28th over, Gill lost his wicket to Tickner, scoring 113 runs in 78 balls and the left-handed batter, Ishan Kishan took the batting charge. After 33 overs, India jumped to a score of 260-2.
Scoring 36 runs in 27 balls, Kohli got a dismissal from Duffy and the right-handed batter, Hardik Pandya came to the crease. After 42 overs, India jumped to a score of 312 with a loss of 5 wickets. Pandya amassed 54 runs in 38 balls and got a dismissal from Duffy.
In 50 overs, India posted 385 runs on the scoreboard with a loss of 9 wickets.