Team India on top of World Cup Super League Points Table after 1st odi vs new zealand. Team India: Team India did not suffer loss even after losing the match, maintained this number in World Cup Super League

World Cup Super League Points Table: Team India had to face defeat by 7 wickets in the first match of the three-match ODI series against New Zealand. Even after this defeat, Team India has not suffered any loss in the points table of the Cricket World Cup Super League (CWCSL), on the other hand, the New Zealand team has jumped two places in this points table. Is.

India remains on this number in World Cup Super League

Team India remains on top in the latest Points Table of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League. At present, Team India has the highest score of 129 points. India has so far played 19 matches in the World Cup Super League, out of which the team has been successful in winning 13 matches, while facing defeat in 6 matches. India’s net run rate has also been +0.782 during this period. World Cup 2023 is to be played in India only, in such a situation, Team India will not make any difference with this points table as it will qualify for the direct World Cup.

New Zealand team benefited

New Zealand has jumped two places in the latest points table of the World Cup Super League by defeating Team India in the first match. After this victory, the New Zealand team has reached the fourth position. England team is at number two with 125 points. At the same time, apart from New Zealand, Australia and Bangladesh also have 120-120 points. But due to the net run rate, Australia’s team is second and Bangladesh’s team is at number five.

India lost by 7 wickets in first ODI

Team India had set a target of 307 runs in front of New Zealand in the first ODI. For Team India, Shreyas Iyer scored the maximum 80 runs in 76 balls. New Zealand achieved this target at the loss of 3 wickets. Tom Latham scored an unbeaten 145 and Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten 94 from New Zealand. Team India would now like to return to the series by winning the second match of this series.

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