A week after the incredible World Cup 2019 final, Martin Guptill, who was in the thick of things in key moments despite not having made any major contribution in the series, was finally coming to terms with life.
Having eased their way to victory in the first ODI at Sydney, Australia came up with an even more comprehensive effort to clinch the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy at Canberra. The Aussies had clearly gained some confidence from their triumph on Sunday
The India tour was always going to be a tough one for the Kiwis. History also suggested so. And, the results reflected their struggles. While they struggled in the Tests, they were more competitive in the one-day format, on expected lines
India consolidated their position on day three of the Indore Test, bowling out New Zealand for 299, and finishing the day with a lead of 276, with all 10 wickets in hand. Here’s a look at some interesting numbers from the third day’s play