New Zealand draw first blood by winning the first ODI against India in Hamilton

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Tom Latham and KL Rahul played lovely impactful innings – 69 off 48 and 88* off 64 – after walking in in the 29th over of their respective innings, but Latham had a more fluent No. 4 he was supporting as New Zealand chased down 348 to end an eight-match losing streak in international cricket. Under pressure for his inability to get New Zealand over the line in the T20Is, one of the elite ODI batsmen in the world, Ross Taylor, played a blinder, 109 not out off 84 balls.
New Zealand beat India in the first ODI by four wickets played at Hamilton.
Batting first India made 347 for 4 in 50 overs.
In reply New Zealand reached the victory target losing 6 wickets.

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