Indore saw the Kiwis swept cleanly by 90 runs, winning the series 3-0. In the first match, the Men in Blue prevailed in Hyderabad by 12 runs and in Raipur by 8 wickets.

After defeating Sri Lanka last week, India achieved a clean sweep for the second time in a row.

After New Zealand’s defeat to India in the second ODI, England rose to the top three days earlier and is currently in second place, while the Black Caps are in fourth place. The team that comes in third in the rankings is Australia. India currently has 114 rating points, while England currently has 113 and Australia currently has 112. 111 points are New Zealand’s after the whitewash.

If England defeats South Africa 3-0 in their upcoming ODI series, they can reclaim the top spot.

India completed a sweep on Tuesday with Rohit Sharma scoring his first ODI hundred in three years and Shubman Gill continuing his dominance with another sublime century.

At the Holkar Stadium, 680 runs were scored by batsmen from both sides in the dead rubber.

Rohit reached three figures for the first time since January 2020 with 101 off 85 balls, and Gill made his fourth ODI hundred with 112 off 78 to put India at 385 for nine.

The New Zealand top-order put on a much better performance after two defeats. Devon Conway (138) put together important partnerships, but Shardul Thakur (3/45) and Kuldeep Yadav (3/62) frequently struck to dismiss the Balck Caps for 295 in 41.2 overs.

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