3 Lessons From India's T20I Series Victory Against New Zealand

On Wednesday, February 1, Team India defeated New Zealand by 168 runs in the third Twenty20 International at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

The Men in Blue batted first in the deciding match after winning the toss and compiled a huge score of 234/4.

The maximum score was 126* by opener Shubman Gill off 63 balls, while Rahul Tripathi contributed 44 off just 22 balls.

In 12.1 overs, the New Zealanders were bowled out for a score of 66 after failing to get traction in their pursuit.

Hardik Pandya, captain of Team India, led the way with 4/16, while Arshdeep Singh, Umran Malik, and Shivam Mavi each took two wickets. 

India won yet another bilateral series at home as a result of their overwhelming performance.

The T20I series between the Men in Blue and New Zealand got off to a poor start in Ranchi as they lost by 21 runs. 

They brought it in the final after a shaky victory on a difficult batting surface in Lucknow.

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