Published on January 30th, 2017 | by Bhaskar Ganekar0
New Zealand v Australia, 1st ODI, Auckland – Marcus Stoinis’ hundred and 3 wickets not enough to beat New Zealand
The drama at Auckland ended with a cheap run out. Marcus Stoinis becomes first Australian to score hundred and take 3 wickets. Here are some of the statistical highlights from the first ODI of Chappell-Hadlee Trophy 2017.
150 ODI wickets for Tim Southee. He becomes 7th New Zealand bowler to bag 150 or more ODI wickets. Daniel Vettori with 297 wickets in 291 matches is the leading wicket taker for kiwis.
100 & 3 A hundred and 3 wickets in a match by Marcus Stoinis today. He is first Australian and 32nd overall player to achieve this all-round feat. Paul Collingwood has best performance in this category with hundred and six wickets against Bangladesh in 2005.
146 Highest score by Australian batting at No. 7 and second best overall. Luke Ronchi (170) has the best score at No. 7. For Australia James Faulkner (116) was the previous best for Australia at batting No. 7.
1 Time Josh Hazlewood got out in ODI in his 34th match. This was his seventh batting inning, remaining not out for previous 6 occasions.