Tom Latham played second fiddle initially to New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, nudging and nurdling the ball but switched gears once he got closer to fifty. Shardul Thakur was torn apart by Latham as he massacred four fours and a six to not only bring up a quickfire 76-ball century but also dwarf the equation to 66 from the final 10 overs. Latham kept taking advantage of the shorter boundary on the leg side as he finished unbeaten on 145 to help his team chase down the 307-run total with 17 balls to spare.
Tom Latham’s stunning century against India. #NZvIND pic.twitter.com/E8X35fOYu8
— Lazy Perfectionist (@ehsaan_khaleeq) November 25, 2022
7th ODI 💯 for Tom Latham!!!
Partnership with Kane Williamson has taken the game away from India quickly!!!
25 coming off Shardul Thakur’s over..!!!#INDvNZ #NZvINDpic.twitter.com/yhKZXtiEpX
— OneCricket (@OneCricketApp) November 25, 2022
Tom Latham’s highest ODI score powered New Zealand to fourth in the #CWCSL standings 💪
Latest table 👉 https://t.co/NWcfSLnAbZ pic.twitter.com/tnZJ0CcZ8G
— ICC (@ICC) November 25, 2022