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India lost the first ODI of the 3-match series against New Zealand by six wickets at Mumbai last night.Opting to bat, Team India posted 280 for 8 courtesy skipper Virat Kohli's 121, which was his 31st ODI hundred. 

With the ton, Kohli became the second highest century maker in the 50-over format, surpassing Australia's Ricky Ponting. He is now only



behind Sachin Tendulkar, who has 49 ODI hundreds and 51 Test centuries to his name.

Chasing 281 for victory, New Zealand overhauled the target with 1 over to spare riding on Tom Latham's 103 not out and Ross Taylor's 95. Latham was named man of the match.

The second ODI will be played on Wednesday in Pune.


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