Sports Gallery India cricket team celebrates ODI series win against New Zealand in ‘bhangra’ style India registered a 2-1 series victory against New Zealand after Jasprit Bumrah's tidy final over secured the hosts' six-run win in the third ODI. India marched to a six-run victory over New Zealand in the series decider. With this win they recorded their seventh consecutive bilateral ODI series - their longest such streak. Hundreds by Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma took India's total to 337 in the third and the final ODI match. In reply, New Zealand gave a spirited performance but came up short. (Source: Instagram) With the 2-1 win, India are on an unbeaten record at home in a bilateral series since 2016. (Source: PTI) Virat Kohli, who scored his 32nd ODI hundred, has now scored 1460 runs in 2017 - the most by any captain in a calendar year in one-day internationals. Rohit Sharma scored 147 and forged a 230-run partnership to power India to a mammoth total in Kanpur. Rohit has now scored 15 centuries and has levelled Virender Sehwag. Only Sachin Tendulkar, Kohli and Sourav Ganguly have more ODI hundreds. Their 230-run stand was also their fourth double hundred partnership in 61 innings together. (Source: PTI) Jasprit Bumrah impressed with his pace bowling as he took three wickets. The right-arm fast bowler became second fastest among Indian bowlers to take 50 wickets in ODIs. Bumrah took 28 ODIs to reach the feat while Ajit Agarkar had taken 23 matches to reach the same figures. (Source: PTI) India has now won seven ODI series - Zimbabwe (3-0), New Zealand (3-2), England (2-1), West Indies (3-1), Sri Lanka (5-0), Australia (4-1), New Zealand (2-1). (Source: PTI) India continue their unbeaten run against New Zealand in ODIs at home. They have not suffered a series defeat against Kiwis since 1975.