New Zealand won the series 1-0 with two no-results due to rain. The last series between these teams was also won by New Zealand at home in early 2020.
Overall, India lead 55-50 with 1 tie and 7 no-results.
In India, India lead 26-8 with 1 NR.
In NZ, India trail 14-26 with 1 tie and 4 NR.
In neutral venues, India trail 15-16 with 2 NR.
Coming to individual performances:
Most runs (Minimum 750):
Led by Tendulkar (750) and R Taylor (1385). The most by a current player is 1078 by Williamson.
The most centuries are 6 by Sehwag. The most fifties are 13 by Kohli and Tendulkar, followed by R Taylor with 11.
Highest innings (120 and above):
The two highest scores are by Tendulkar. Latham’s 145* in this series is the highest for New Zealand, surpassing Astle’ s 120 at Rajkot in 1997. The previous highest for NZ in NZ was 115 by CL Cairns in 1999.
Highest batting averages (Minimum 20 innings, all instances):
The highest average is 59.91 by Kohli. and the highest for NZ is 47.75 by R Taylor. The most by a current player is 43.12 by Williamson.
Best strike rates (Minimum 500 balls faced, 80.00):
Led by Sehwag, Kapil and Latham.
Most wickets (25 and above):
Led by Srinath, Kumble and Southee.
The most 5wis are 2 by K Srikkanth (!)
The most 4wis are 2 by several players.
Best innings bowling (including all 5wi and above):
The best is 6-19 by SE Bond, followed by 5-17 by A Mishra. No exceptional performances in the current series.
Best bowling averages (Minimum 1000 balls bowled, all instances):
The best bowling average is 20.41 by Srinath, followed by 23.11 by Hadlee.
Southee has the best average among current players.
The best economy rates are by Hadlee and Kapil.
The best strike rates are by Srinath and Southee.