Virat Kohli 9.5 / 10 (5 ODIs, 358 runs, haw 119.33 SR 100.84)
When Kohli scored, India won His unbeaten 85 in the first ODI ended with chasing 191 runs. Chasing 286 in pursuit of their unbeaten 154 in the third. His 65th ODI in the last ODI was one of the two half centuries and he helped India for 2019. 9 runs in Delhi and 45 runs in Ranchi. It is a batsman who is ready to take Indian cricket forward.
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Amit Mishra 9/10 (5 ODIs, 15 wickets, Avenue 14.33, Econ 4.79)
After resting R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, can you expect more from a spinner? Man of the match and Man of the Series in leading wicket taker, Dikdar on both sides. Mishra bowled beautifully in every game, reminded us how important a quality leg spinner can be in ODIs. Flight, dip, guides, turn, he had all this. Mishra, who will turn 34 next month, has scored 518 runs for 79 runs for New Zealand, under the ownership of Vizag ODI. His batting and fielding were particularly disappointing; Never exceeding Ranchi where he stumbled a regulation stop and then a total error of Martin Guptill's catch at long-off. Sadly, on the return of Ashwin and Jadeja, they can not find a place in XI.
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Kedar Jadhav 8/10 (5 ODIs, 90 runs, Ave 45, SR 103.44, 6 wkts, Ave 12.16, Econ 4.05)
A wonderful package for India – with the ball. Due to not bowling in any of the seven ODIs ever, Jadhav shocked New Zealand with six wickets in the first three games. With his maximum break with 2/6, 1/11 and 3/29, MS Dhoni's dismissal was quickly dismissed while trying to break the confidence of Dhoni. The score of 41 and 39 * showed that he can cut at this level, and in the fourth one when he went back to his crease and hit the square in front of him, he would beat his golden duck.
Umesh Yadav 8/10 (5 ODIs, 8 wickets, AV 29.50, Econ 5.75)
The second highest wicket-taker behind Mishra Three of the five games in a hurry, which the new bowlers have to do. Guptill was dismissed three times, and the balls were very good to bowl them in the second and fifth one-dayers. Deep in on the mid-off in the first match and saving some spectacular catch, it saves some speed and underlines its value as an athlete.
MS Dhoni 7/10 (5 ODIs, 192 runs, 38.40, SR 71.11, 6 cents, 3 STS)
India's second highest run-getter and fourth-biggest player for India After the third ODI, in which he scored 80 runs in 91 balls and scored 151 with Kohli, and said he was struggling freely to rotate the strike. That good innings was managed by Dhoni with a strike rate of 112 runs or 66 runs at 169 balls. Struggled in two ODIs as a batsman, but was exemplary as a wicketkeeper. Unique as a stopper, and his back flip was fantastic for Ross Taylor to run out in Ranchi. In January, it has been more than two months since India returned to lead.
Jasprit Bumrah 7/10 (4 ODIs, 6 wickets, Avenue 22, Econ 4.04)
There was an excellent game in Delhi, where he took 3 for 35 in ten overs. One kilometer away in Mohali, due to injury, Ranchi was not part of the game and he returned for the decisive where he took 1/16 in five. Completely accurate and capable to bat in trouble with your movement from those perfect deliveries. The ground remains slightly unstable.
Ezra Patel 6/10 (5 ODIs, 4 Wickets, Aas 46.50, Econ 4.30)
Given an extended run in the absence of Ashwin and Jadeja, the 22-year-old did not bowl badly, nor did he make enough effort to qualify for further opportunities on the pair's return. There was a very good economy rate and the batsmen tied up, sometimes bowlers who bowl in bowling; Pay attention to Ken Williamson delivery in Vizag. Handy in the field and can bat in the last two ODIs as a score of 38 and 24.
Ajinkya Rahane 5/10 (5 ODIs, 143 runs, Ave 28.60, SR 70.79)
It was a difficult situation and there was a serious chance for Rahane, in whose recent ODIs he has been seen batting in the middle order. Given the chances of Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul being injured, they made a fifty and made three fours. This issue was soft dismissed as soon as Clich had gone. The score of 33, 28, 5, 57 and 20 adds a batsman, yet it is not certain how the one-day game will be. If Manish Pandey had scored a lot, then Dhawan and Rahul would have been struggling to keep their place while staying available.
Hardik Pandya 5/10 (4 ODIs, 4 wickets, AV 35.25, Econ 5.42)
Man of the match in the first match in the first match, dropped for the decisive. In his first ODI match, Dhoni smiled when Dhoni gave a new ball ahead of Bumrah, in which he scored 3/31. In the next two games, without taking a wicket, in Ranchi, after five o'clock in five overs. Batting twice and helping India win by making 36 runs in Delhi. There is a lack of defining role of all-rounder in a bits and pieces.
Jayant Yadav 5/10 (1 ODI, 1 wicket, Avenue 8, ECON 2)
Judging by him is not enough. Given the debut of debutant, Jayant took a wicket and took Corey Anderson's wicket as New Zealand chased 270/6 to score 74 runs. Ashwin and Jadeja will likely be dropped on the return.
Rohit Sharma 4/10 (5 ODIs, 123 runs, AV 24.60, SR 77.84)
Before reviving his Test Fate with good scores against New Zealand before ODI, Rohit has struggled in these five matches. Between 11 and 15 in first four matches, every time for speed And in the series winning matches, it is still true for his position as a proven performer, Rohit hit 70 balls in 65 balls until he was bruised by the bouncer for the room.
Manish Pandey 3/10 (5 ODIs, 76 Runs, Ave19, SR-77.55)
This is what the series has done to Pandey. There was a great chance to prove himself in five matches against a quality team, especially Suresh Raina, who decided to stay out of the series. But in the one-day match in Sydney in Sydney in January, Pandey's scintillating spark was faded till the end of the series, in which he played an unbeaten 28 runs, which reached his average of 19. Punch on a small ball of midwicket at Dharamsala was out for 19 runs in Delhi, in Ranchi, was dropped behind the ax, and killed on mid-on, then sloganeering and missed in Vizag by 0. In Mohali, that 28 showed that what Pandey can do when he applies himself, but four failures were very disappointing.
Dhawal Kulkarni 2/10 (1 ODI, 1 wicket, Ave 59, econ 8.42)
Getting a match against a highly ranked team in the live scenario was a big opportunity for Kulkarni, but he manipulated his ranks as a new bowler. Inclusion of Kulkarni, Dhoni read the conditions of Ranchi well, but lost 59 runs in seven overs. After the damage, no-10 to 25 not out batsmen have a great batting.