A total of 22 T20Is have been played between these teams.
Overall, NZ trail 9-10 with 3 ties.
In NZ, NZ trail 4-5 with 3 ties
In Ind, NZ trail 3-5 with 0 ties
In neutral, NZ lead 2-0 with 0 ties
In the just-concluded series, India won 1-0 with one DLS tie and a washout.
We now look at individual performances, starting with Batting:
Most runs scored, 100 or more:
RG Sharma, who missed this series, has the most runs (511) followed by another absentee C Munro with 426 and then Williamson with 419. Only Munro and SA Yadav have scored centuries. The most 50+ scores are 6 by RG Sharma and 4 by C Munro.
Best innings scores, 60 or more:
Here we see that SA Yadav’s 111* is the highest individual innings in this series, surpassing the 109* by C Munro in 2017 and India’s previous record of 80 by RG Sharma and 80 by S Dhawan, both in the same match in 2017.
Highest strike rate (Minimum 250 balls):
Led by Munro. The best SR among those who played this series was by Williamson
Bowling: Most wickets (8 and more):
Led by IS Sodhi with 22, closely followed by Southee with 20. For India the best is Bumrah with 12. TG Southee took a hat-trick in this series.
Best innings bowling (including all instances of 3wi):
The record here was set by part-time bowler DJ Hooda with 4-10 in this series. Next is 4-11 by MJ Santner in 2016. For India, M Siraj (4-17) also exceeded India’a previous best of 3-9 by AR Patel set in 2021.
Most dismissals (6 and more):
The best is 13 by TG Southee (all as fielder). Next is 9 by MS Dhoni (all as keeper). RR Pant also took 8 as a keeper.
Most innings dismissals (3 or more):
Several keepers and fielders have taken 3 dismissals in an innings.
All-round match performance (Minimum 20 runs and 2 wickets in an innings):
Despite the presence of numerous good white-ball all-rounders on both sides, there is only one who has scored 20 runs and taken 2 wickets in a match.