Rohit Sharma Blair Tickner Devon Conway Shardul Thakur Lockie Ferguson Henry Nicholls Michael Bracewell Finn Allen Jacob Duffy New Zealand India cricket Rohit Sharma Blair Tickner Devon Conway Shardul Thakur Lockie Ferguson Henry Nicholls Michael Bracewell Finn Allen Jacob Duffy New Zealand India

Rohit, Gill power India to 3-0 ODI series sweep of New Zealand

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Skipper Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill hit attacking centuries to help India sweep the one-day international series against New Zealand with a 90-run victory in the third match on Tuesday.Rohit (101) and Gill (112) put on 212 for the opening wicket in Indore to guide the hosts to 385-9 after being invited to bat first in Indore.In reply, Devon Conway's 138 was in vain as India bowled out New Zealand for 295 in 41.2 overs for their second successive 3-0 whitewash and go top of the ODI rankings.Rohit, who recorded his first ODI century since January 2020, and Gill stood out in the highest opening partnership by any team against the Kiwis in the 50-over format, surpassing the 201-run stand of Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir in 2009.New Zealand's bowlers hit back after the pair's departure as India slipped to 293-5 before Hardik Pandya took charge, boosting the total with a 38-ball 54.But it all started with Gill smashing Lockie Ferguson for four fours and a six in a 22-run eighth over and Rohit joined the party with a few big hits over the fence.Gill recorded his third 100-plus score in his last four ODI innings, taking off his helmet and basking in applause from the stands when he reached the milestone.Michael Bracewell bowled Rohit and Blair Tickner sent back Gill in the next over and India soon lost regular wickets, despite a brisk 36 from Virat Kohli.The left-handed Ishan Kishan was run out after a mix-up with Kohli, who soon fell to Jacob Duffy.Pandya put on 54 for the seventh wicket with Shardul Thakur, who hit 25.In reply, New Zealand lost Finn Allen on the second delivery of their chase after Pandya bowled the opener for nought.Conway stood firm to add 106 for the second wicket with Henry Nicholls, who hit 42, and

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