India VS New Zealand T20: Complete whitewash a 5-0 win for India.
This time New Zealand did not wait until the Super Over to choke, as the lower-middle order collapsed after the fifties from Ross Taylor and Tim Seifert in Mount Maunganui on Sunday.
From 116 for 3 in the 13th over, New Zealand innings finished with 156 for 9 in 20 overs and they fell short of the 164-run target by 7 runs.
India have now become the 1st-ever team in men’s T20I cricket to clean sweep a 5-match series. From arriving in New Zealand with a 3-8 head-to-head record to bossing the shortest format of the game, Virat Kohli’s men have made a terrific start to the T20 World Cup year.
India currently holds a commanding lead in the World Test Championship standings and is on a roll with seven consecutive Test match victories, the last four by an innings.
In addition, they’re coming off an ODI series victory over Australia and six consecutive T20I wins, including two consecutive pulsating Super Over thrillers against New Zealand.
In other words winning has become a habit for the Indian cricket team.