Rohit Sharma is outstanding for his dangerous batting at the highest point of the batting request and the swashbuckling opener added another award to his name amid the third ODI encounter among India and New Zealand on Monday. 

Rohit, who scored a splendid 50 years, hammered two sixes amid his innings and all the while, turned into the joint most elevated six-hitter for India with 215 hits. He right now imparts the record to MS Dhoni. 

The right-hander looked in great touch as he played the Kiwi pacers serenely and alongside Shikhar Dhawan, he could give India a decent begin. Notwithstanding when he lost Dhawan in the eighth over, he didn't back off and alongside captain Virat Kohli, he included 113 keeps running for the third wicket. 

Choosing to bat, New Zealand were rejected for 243 with Ross Taylor top-scoring with a 106-ball 93, while Tom Latham hit a 64-ball 51.India are driving the five-ODI arrangement 2-0. 

Mohammed Shami grabbed three wickets for India pursued by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Yuzvendra Chahal and Hardik Pandya who scalped two wickets each in the match. 

Hardik Pandya appeared resolute by the tribulations of the previous couple of weeks and made a critical commitment to India's great knocking down some pins exertion. Returning into the side after the suspension on him for misogynist comments on a TV show was lifted, Pandya conveyed figures of two for 45 of every 10 overs and gagged the run stream amid the center overs.

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