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India suffer ODI series whitewash against New Zealand

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India suffer ODI series whitewash against New Zealand

India suffer ODI series whitewash against New Zealand

"This was the first dead rubber for Virat Kohli after 17 series as ODI captain.

One expected India would avoid the ignominy of 3-0 whitewash but they were humbled by the host on the same ground where they had registered the 5-0 win in T20 series.

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