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India Vs New Zealand, ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Virat Kohli, Mohammed Shami Steal The Show In Dharamsala - Statistical Highlights

After dismissing New Zealand for 273, India chased down the target with 12 balls to spare for a four-wicket win in their ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 match on Sunday. Here are key stats from the IND vs NZ cricket match

India's Mohammed Shami celebrates a wicket
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India beat New Zealand by four wickets to record their fifth successive win in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala on Sunday. Virat Kohli hit 95 off 105 balls and shared a 78-run stand with Ravindra Jadeja (39 not out) for the sixth wicket to help India chase down the 274-run target in 48 overs. Earlier, Mohammed Shami grabbed 5/54 in his comeback, while Kuldeep Yadav bagged 2/73. Daryl Mitchell top-scored for New Zealand with a career-best 130. (As It Happened | Scorecard | Photos | Full Coverage)

The win helped India move closer to a semi-final spot. They are on the top of the points table with 10 points, and another victory would take them to 12 points, which will in all likelihood be enough to secure a last-four spot. In the 2019 edition, India claimed the group stage honours with seven wins and one no result out of 10 (15 points). The Kiwis made the cut with five wins and one no result (11 points), while England and Australia finished second and third with seven and six wins, respectively.

India have four matches -- against England, Sri Lanka, South Africa and the Netherlands -- remaining, while New Zealand will take on Australia, South Africa, Pakistan and Sri Lanka before the end of group stage.

With that here's a look at the all key stats and numbers from the 21st match of the ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 between India and New Zealand:

- Devon Conway got out for a duck in this game to provide the 140th occasion of an opening batter scoring zero in an innings in the World Cup. It also provided the 18th occasion of a New Zealand opener scoring zero in an innings in the World Cup

- India capped Suryakumar Yadav for this game handing him the World Cup debut. At the end of this game, 91 cricketers have represented India in the World Cup.

- Rachin Ravindra and Daryl Mitchell added 159 runs for the third wicket in the India vs New Zealand game to provide the 85th occasion of batters posting 150-plus runs in an innings in the World Cup. It also provided the fifth occasion of New Zealand batters posting 150-plus runs in the World Cup.

- Their stand is the 24th occasion of batters posting 150-plus runs in an innings in the World Cup for the third wicket. It also provided the second occasion of New Zealand batters posting 150-plus runs in the World Cup for the third wicket.

- This was the 332nd occasion of batters posting a three-figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provided the 35th occasion of New Zealand batters posting a three-figure partnership in the World Cup.

- Daryl Mitchell scored 130 in the India vs New Zealand match to provide the 213rd occasion of a batter scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup. It also provided the 20th occasion of a New Zealand batter scoring a century in the World Cup.

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- His knock is the 18th occasion of a batter scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup against India. It also provided the second occasion of a New Zealand batter scoring a century in an innings in the World Cup against India. Glenn Turner had scored 114 not out against India at Manchester on 14.06.75.

- Daryl Mitchell scored 130 in this game to provide the highest individual innings by a New Zealand batter in an innings in the World Cup against India.

- Mohammed Shami of India captured five for 54 in this game to provide the 67th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup. It also provided the seventh occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in an innings in the World Cup.

- Shami became the ninth bowler in the history of the World Cup to capture five or more wickets on two occasions. 

BowlersFiguresTeamOppGroundDate
Ashantha de Mel12-1-39-5SLPAKLeeds16-Jun-83
Ashantha de Mel12-4-32-5SLNZDerby18-Jun-83
Glenn McGrath7-4-15-7AUSNAMPotchefstroom27-Feb-03
Glenn McGrath8.4-3-14-5AUSWIManchester30-May-99
Gary Gilmour12-6-14-6AUSENGLeeds18-Jun-75
Gary Gilmour12-2-48-5AUSWILord's21-Jun-75
Mustafizur Rahman10-1-59-5BANINDBirmingham02-Jul-19
Mustafizur Rahman10-0-75-5BANPAKLord's05-Jul-19
Mitchell Starc9-0-28-6AUSNZAuckland28-Feb-15
Mitchell Starc10-1-46-5AUSWINottingham06-Jun-19
Mitchell Starc9.4-1-26-5AUSNZLord's29-Jun-19
Mohammed Shami10-1-69-5INDENGBirmingham30-Jun-19
Mohammed Shami10-1-54-5INDNZDharamshala21-Oct-23
Shahid Afridi 8-3-16-5PAKKENHambantota23-Feb-11
Shahid Afridi 10-0-23-5PAKCANCol-RPS03-Mar-11
Vasbert Drakes9.5-1-44-5WICANCenturion23-Feb-03
Vasbert Drakes10-2-33-5WIKENKimberley04-Mar-03
Shaheen Shah Afridi9.1-0-35-6PAKBANLord’s05-Jul-19
Shaheen Shah Afridi10-1-54-5PAKAUSBengaluru20-Oct-23

Mohammed Shami became the third bowler in the history of the World Cup to capture four or more wickets in an innings on five or more occasions. 

BowlersFiguresTeamOppGroundDate
Mitchell Starc9-0-28-6AUSNZAuckland28-Feb-15
Mitchell Starc4.4-1-14-4AUSSCOHobart14-Mar-15
Mitchell Starc10-1-46-5AUSWINottingham06-Jun-19
Mitchell Starc10-0-55-4AUSSLThe Oval15-Jun-19
Mitchell Starc8.4-1-43-4AUSENGLord's25-Jun-19
Mitchell Starc9.4-1-26-5AUSNZLord's29-Jun-19
      
Imran Tahir 10-1-41-4RSAWIDelhi24-Feb-11
Imran Tahir 8.4-1-38-4RSAENGChennai06-Mar-11
Imran Tahir 10-2-45-5RSAWISydney27-Feb-15
Imran Tahir 8.2-0-26-4RSASLSydney18-Mar-15
Imran Tahir7-0-29-4RSAAFGCardiff15-Jun-19
      
Mohammed Shami 9-1-35-4Ind PAKAdelaide15-Feb-15
Mohammed Shami 9.5-1-40-4IndAFGSouthampton22-Jun-19
Mohammed Shami 6.2-0-16-4IndWIManchester27-Jun-19
Mohammed Shami 10-1-69-5IndENGBirmingham30-Jun-19
Mohammed Shami 10-1-54-5IndNZDharamshala21-Oct-23

- Virat Kohli was dismissed for 95 in this game to provide the 68th occasion of a batter scoring a ninety in an innings in the World Cup. It also provided the tenth occasion of an Indian batter scoring a ninety in the World Cup.

- Daryl Mitchell’s 130 in the India vs New Zealand game was in a losing cause to provide the 43rd occasion of a batter's century going in vain in the World Cup. It also provided the fourth occasion of a New Zealand batter's century going in vain in the World Cup.

- Virat Kohli’s run aggregate in winning matches in the World Cup read 1,307 at the end of this game. He became the third batter to score 1300-plus runs in the winning matches in the World Cup. Others are Sachin Tendulkar (1516) and Ricky Ponting (1342).

- It was Kohli’s eleventh fifty in winning games in the World Cup. He now stands second on the list of batters with the most fifties in the winning games in the World Cup. Tendulkar with 15 fifties occupies the first place in this category of statistics. 

- Kohli got his 25th half-century in winning games in the World Cup when India batted second. He became the eighth batter to score 25 or more half-centuries in winning games in the World Cup when a team batted second.

Stats courtesy: HR Gopala Krishna – Veteran cricket statistician

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