India posted a target of 337 run in the 3rd ODI match against the Kiwis, for Team Blue Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli shined. While Sharma hit 147 runs, Kohli slammed his 32nd ODI ton. It is a high pressure game for both India and the Kiwis. While Virat Kohli will be looking for another bilateral series win to surpass his predecessors MS Dhoni and Rahul Dravid and become the only Indian skipper in history to have won 7 bilateral series. On the other hand the Kiwis led by Kane Williamson are looking to win their 1st ever series in India. Bhuvneshwar Kumar earned the 'Man of the Match' for his three wickets in the last match and he will be the key for India with the new ball. After a below-par effort from the bowlers in the first match, India came up with a spirited and disciplined bowling performance in the second match to square the series.