Virat Kohli hits unbeaten 154 in India’s seven-wicket win over New Zealand in Mohali

India ride on Virat Kohli's 26th ODI ton to beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the third ODI; take 2-1 lead in five-match series.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 23, 2016 9:37 pm
Live Cricket Score, live score cricket, cricket live score, india vs new zealand live, live ind vs nz, ind vs nz live, live ind vs nz, india new zealand live, ind vs nz 3rd odi live score, ind vs new zealand 3rd odi live score, ind vs nz 3rd odi match live score, india new zealand 3rd odi live score, india new zealand 3rd odi live score, 3rd odi india new zealand, india new zealand live streaming, live streaming Virat Kohli hit unbeaten 154 – highest score at the venue. Previous best was 139 by MS Dhoni against Australia in 2013. (Source: AP)

India ride on another Virat Kohli hundred, 26th in ODIs, to beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the third ODI of the five-match series in Mohali on Sunday. Kohli (154*) was well assisted by MS Dhoni (80) and the pair put on 151 runs for the third wicket in the 286-run chase. Earlier,. after electing to field first, India did a decent job in the middle overs but a late surge by James Neesham and Matt Henry pushed the visitors to 285. For India, Kedar Jadhav, the part-timer, was pick of the bowlers as he returned with three big wickets. Relive all the big moments from the exciting Mohali contest.

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    Oct 23, 2016 at 8:49 am
    dhoni s is a spent force look at his approach and efforts in matches lost when was in the middle ... poor shot selection is the only excuse he can give all the time... poor man better leave now or the selectors will decide what to do next....
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      T.P. Viswanathan
      Oct 23, 2016 at 4:57 pm
      Huge success to Team India, thanks to the dedicated efforts of Captail MS Dhoni and Virat Kholi. Dhoni in the meantime completed 9000 runs in ODI. What was thought to be difficult was made easy mainly by these two, though of cousrse the roll of bowlers cannot be under stated. The excellent team efforts of New Zealand team were nullified by a couple of players, particularly Ross Tailor and Trent Bolt (who has of late turned out to be a defence bower from strike bowler. It is time Ross Tailor had followed on the footsteps of Adam Parori.