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India vs New Zealand 1st ODI 2023 Highlights

Watch the highlights of India vs New Zealand 1st ODI 2023 - New Zealand tour of India 3-match one-day international series of the 1st ODI match played between New Zealand and India at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad in 18th January 2023.

India vs New Zealand 1st ODI 2023 Highlights
Shubman Gill celebrates his double-century © BCCI

Shubman Gill's record-breaking double-century and Mohammed Siraj's four-for before Shardul Thakur holds nerve as India pulled off a thrilling 12-run victory over New Zealand, despite a magnificent Michael Bracewell's blistering 78-ball 140 and take a 1-0 lead in a high-scoring thriller of the first ODI.

Match Stats :
  • India's 12-run win was their joint fifth smallest victory by terms of runs against New Zealand in One-day internationals.
  • Shubman Gill became the fifth Indian batsman to score a double-century in One-day internationals after Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan and overall the eigth player in ODIs.
  • Shubman Gill became the first Indian batsman to score a double-hundred against New Zealand in One-day international cricket history.
  • Shubman Gill plundered 208 was the joint fifth highest score for India in One-day international, jointly with Rohit Sharma and the highest-score by an Indian batsman against New Zealand in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of unbeaten 186 held by Sachin Tendulkar at Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad in 1999.
  • Shubman Gill's 208 was the highest score by any batsman against New Zealand in One-day international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of unbeaten 186 held by Sachin Tendulkar at Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad in 1999.
  • Shubman Gill's 208 was the joint fourth highest score by any batsman in Indian soil in One-day international, jointly with Rohit Sharma.
  • 23y 132 days : Shubman Gill became the youngest player to score a double-hundred in One-day internationals, surpassing the previous record of 24y 145 days by Ishan Kishan against Bangladesh at Chattogram in the last year.
  • 23y 132 days : Shubman Gill became the youngest Indian player to score a 150 in One-day internationals, surpassing the previous record of 23y 134 days by Virat Kohli against Pakistan at Mirpur in the 2012 Asia Cup.
  • Shubman Gill became the fourth player to score a double-century in Indian soil in One-day internationals after Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and Rohit Sharma.
  • Shubman Gill hammered a 145-ball fourth fastest double century in One-day internationals.
  • 9-sixes : Shubman Gill equalled a joint fifth most sixes hit in an innings for India in One-day international, jointly with Rohit Sharma and the most-sixes hit in an innings by an Indian batsman against New Zealand in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 7-sixes hit by Yusuf Pathan at Bengaluru in 2010.
  • 19 Innings : Shubman Gill became the fastest Indian player to reach 1000 ODI runs in terms of innings, beating Virat Kohli's record, He took 24 innings to reach this feat.
  • India's 349 was their fourth highest score against New Zealand in One-day international and the second highest-score by any team at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad in ODIs.
  • Michael Bracewell hammered a 57-ball third fastest century for New Zealand in One-day international and the fastest hundred by an New Zealand batsman against India in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 72-ball century held by Jesse Ryder at Christchurch in 2009.
  • Michael Bracewell's 140 was the second highest score by an New Zealand No.7 batsman in One-day internationals after Luke Ronchi's unbeaten 170 against Sri Lanka at Dunedin in 2015 and the joint third highest-score by a No.7 batter in ODIs.
  • 10-sixes : Michael Bracewell equalled a joint fourth most sixes hit for New Zealand in an innings in One-day international, jointly with Brendon McCullum and the most sixes hit by an New Zealand batsman against India in an innings in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 7-sixes hit by Chris Cairns at Christchurch in 19th January 1999.
  • New Zealand's 337 was their fourth highest score against India in One-day international and also the fourth highest-score by any team at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad in ODIs.
  • 162 : Michael Bracewell and Mitchell Santner set up the record seventh-wicket partnership for New Zealand in One-day international, previously held by the 123-run stand between Neil Broom and Jacob Oram against Bangladesh at Napier in 2010 and the third highest seventh-wicket stand in ODIs.

India scored 349-8 in 50 overs with top scorer by Shubman Gill blasted a 208 off 149-balls - which was his maiden double-century in ODIs.

Rohit Sharma scored 34 off 38-balls including 4-fours & 2-sixes, Suryakumar Yadav struck 31 off 26-balls included 4-fours and Hardik Pandya hit 28 off 38-balls including 3-fours.

New Zealand best bowler by Daryl Mitchell, Henry Shipley both took 2-wickets, Mitchell Santner, Blair Tickner and Lockie Ferguson each took one-wickets.

New Zealand were 131-6 to scored 337 for all-out in 49.2 overs with top scorer by Michael Bracewell blasted a unbeaten 140 off 78-balls - which was his 2nd ODI hundred & his first century against India in ODIs - including 12-fours & 10-sixes with strike rate of 179.48.

Mitchell Santner blasted a 57 off 45-balls including 7-fours & a six with strike rate of 126.66, Finn Allen hit 40 off 39-balls included 7-fours & a six.

Tom Latham scored 24 off 46-balls including 3-fours and Henry Nicholls hit 18 off 31-balls included three boundaries.

India best bowler by Mohammed Siraj claimed a 4-wickets for 46-runs in 10-overs including two maidens, Kuldeep Yadav, Shardul Thakur both took 2-wickets and one for Mohammed Shami - Hardik Pandya.

Shubman Gill named Player of the match for his record-breaking batting performance to smashed a career-best 208-runs knocked off facing 149-balls including 19-fours and 9-sixes with strike rate of 139.59.

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