India continued its run of successes in white-ball cricket at home, winning the series 2-1 after losing the first match.
A total of 25 T20Is have been played between these teams.
India leads 12-10 with 3 ties.
In India, India leads 7-4
In NZ, India leads 5-4 with 3 ties
On neutral grounds, India trail 0-2. Both these losses came in World Cup matches.
Looking at individual performances, starting with Batting:
Most runs (250 or more):
Headed by RG Sharma with C Munro some distance behind Munro. S Gill and SA Yadav are the only other ones with centuries. RG Sharma has the most fifties (six).
Highest innings (75 or more):
S Gill now has the highest score in this series, overtaking Yadav’s 111* a short time ago. Munro’s 109* is the best for NZ.
Highest strike rates (minimum 250 balls faced):
This time Munro is ahead of RG Sharma.
Now for Bowling:
Most wickets (8 or more):
New Zealand bowlers dominate this list, starting with Sodhi (25) and Southee (20). The most for India is Bumrah’s 12.
Best innings bowling (including all 4wi or more):
DJ Hooda, not a frontline bowler, has the best innings figures followed by Santner and Pandya.
Most dismissals (8 or more):
Southee has the most dismissals (13). The most by a keeper is 9 by Dhoni.
Most innings dismissals: Several players have made 3 dismissals in an innings.
All-round match performance (20 runs and 2 wickets):
HH Pandya appears to have the best match performance, which came in India’s win in the final T20I.