Team India has defeated New Zealand 3-0 in the ODI series and with this India has also reached number-1 in the ICC rankings. Team India captain Rohit Sharma has expressed happiness over the performance of the players and has praised Shardul Thakur, who turned the match. Rohit Sharma has called Shardul Thakur a magician.
In the presentation after the third match, when Rohit Sharma was asked about Shardul Thakur, he replied laughing. The Indian captain said that Shardul Thakur has been doing this for the team for a long time, people in the squad call him a magician. Sometimes he comes and gets wickets at the right time. Just need to give them more and more opportunities.
Rohit Sharma also talked about other players here and praised them fiercely. Regarding centenary Shubman Gill, Rohit Sharma said that he is in excellent form and is moving forward in the same way a young player should think. Rohit said that he takes every innings as a chapter and then moves forward.
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After beating New Zealand 3-0, Rohit Sharma said that we wanted to give chance to new players in this match, that is why Siraj and Shami were rested. Because it was necessary to give chance to Yuzvendra Chahal and Umran Malik as well, so that they can prepare for such matches.
Shardul Thakur turned the match like this
Talking about Shardul Thakur, he took 3 wickets in the third ODI, New Zealand, chasing the target given by India, got off to a good start and at one point it seemed that it could achieve the target as well. But Shardul had sent New Zealand to the backfoot by taking 3 wickets within his 2 overs and after that the Kiwi team could not make a comeback.
If we talk about the match, Team India won by 90 runs in the third ODI in Indore. Batting first, India scored 385, in response New Zealand’s team was reduced to 295. On behalf of Team India, Shubman Gill scored 112, Rohit Sharma scored 101 runs, winning the series 3-0 and becoming number-1 in the ICC rankings.