"The games were not as bad as the scoreline suggests. Batsmen coming back from tough situations was a positive sign for us, but the way we fielded and bowled, the composure wasn't enough to win games. Didn't deserve to be on the winning side at all this series. Haven't played so badly, but we didn't grab opportunities. It was a good experience for the new guys who came in. They are still finding their feet. They (New Zealand) played with lot more intensity than we did. They deservedly won 3-0. We are excited for the Test series. We now have a balanced team. We feel we can win the series, but we need to step out on the park with the right kind of mindset", said Indian skipper Virat Kohli
"Outstanding performance, India put us under pressure every game of this seriesand today, the first half the wayboys fought with the ball was brilliant. The cricket smarts was outstanding to see and it's something that the boys did that well throughout the series. There are always thingsto learn from sides like India and it's a great start and we are just building on these performances and looking forward to ODIs with Australia later on. Like I said, an outstanding effort against a brilliant side like India. Its recovering (the shoulder) well which is a good thing andI just want to make a special special mention to Hindo, obviously a fan and friend of the team and memberof the Sky cricket team and just want him to know that all (the team) are thinking about him", said New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson
New Zealand beat India by five wickets to register a clean sweep in the ODI series. The Men In Blue have now failed to defeat the Black Caps in ODIs since the World Cup 2019 semi-final
New Zealand are in the driver's seat.
New Zealand are 293/5 after 46 overs.
New Zealand taking the game away from India.
After 45 overs, New Zealand are 273/5.
New Zealand cross the 250 mark as Tom Latham anchors the run chase.
The Kiwis are 255/3 after 43 overs.
Can Indian bowlers deliver in the death overs?
New Zealand are 228/5 after 41 overs.
Yuzvndra Chahal gets rid of James Neesham as New Zealand lose half their side
Tom Latham and Jimmy Neesham steady things for the Kiwis.
New Zealand are 216/4 after 38 overs.
Henry Nicholls' wicket opens up the floodgates for the Kiwis.
New Zealand are 189/4.
Ross Taylor is dismissed for the first time in this ODI series.
New Zealand are 186/3