Best performances - Batsmen
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On a track where batsmen struggled for fluency, Rohit Sharma produced a measured 70 to redeem an ordinary series and throw New Zealand out of gear
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson believes there are lessons to be learnt from playing against a good side in tough conditions, and said Mitchell Santner was a "highlight" of their tour of India
Stats highlights from the fifth ODI between India and New Zealand in Visakhapatnam
Plays of the day from the fifth ODI between India and New Zealand in Visakhapatnam
No. of overs in which NZ got all-out, is their shortest innings in ODIs. The previous shortest was 24.4 overs against Pakistan in Singapore in 2000.
Previous highest wickets by a bowler in a bilateral ODI series vs New Zealand - by Warne, Gough and Narine. With Southee's wicket, Mishra has gone past them.
Average first inns total in the 5 ODIs in Vizag, before this. The last 4 ODIs here have been won by the chasing teams.
Last time a NZ spinner had economy of 4 or less in an ODI series bowling 45 or more overs - Vettori in tri-series in SL. Santner conceded at 4 an over this series.
Runs scored by India in the overs 36th to 40th. They also lost two wickets in those overs.
Runs scored by Kohli in three ODIs in Vizag, before this match - the most by him at any venue in India. His scores: 118, 117 and 99.
Runs accumulated by Rohit Sharma in the first 4 ODIs of this series, with highest of 15. He has scored more than that in this match.
No. of consecutive home ODIs for India without a 50+ opening stand, including this match. The last 50+ pship was 62 v SL in Hyderabad in 2014-15.
Win-loss record for India in ODIs in Visakhapatnam, before this. Their only defeat had come in the last complete game here, vs West Indies in 2013-14.