New Zealand also won the ODI series 2-1. Won third and final ODI against West Indies by 5 wickets.
New Delhi: The New Zealand team made history in the West Indies. He has done work that has never been done before. He recorded his first win in an ODI series in the West Indies. The hosts defeated the Caribbean in the same manner they had previously defeated in the T20 series. Like the T20 series, New Zealand also won the ODI series 2-1. They won the third and final ODI against the West Indies by 5 wickets.
In the third and final game of the ODI series, the hosts of the West Indies batted first. His start was a bang. There was an inaugural 173-title partnership between Shay Hope and Kyle Myers. That base placed in 34.5 overs gave the team the courage to pull off a great result and the same thing happened. When the 50 overs of the West Indian innings were up, her score was 301 points for 8 wickets.
New Zealand Won The First West Indies ODI Series
Now, if New Zealand were to win the first ODI series in the West Indies, they would need to score 302 points. And he did that job well. New Zealand have already accomplished this 17-ball feat, which they previously failed to do on the West Indies tour. New Zealand scored 307 points from 5 in 47.1 overs and recorded their first win in the West Indies ODI series.
These Players Succeeded In A Game Full Of Stretches
That’s what makes players shine in this win and lose game. Then from the West Indies where Kyle Myers scored 105 points for a century. At the same time, Shay Hope and Captain Nicholas Pooran marked half a century. Nicholas Pooran hit 9 sixes and scored 91 points in just 55 balls.
Martin Guptill, Devon Conway, Darryl Mitchell, Tom Latham and James Neesham were instrumental in pursuing the big goal for New Zealand. Overall, the batting was a complete team effort. Guptill scored 57 points, Conway scored 56 points, Latham scored 69 points, Mitchell scored 63 points and Neesham scored 34 points. The West Indies faced defeat even after a great result due to the attack of these 5 batsmen.