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15 Wickets taken by Amit Mishra in this series - the most by any bowler in a five-match ODI series against New Zealand. The previous best was 13 by Darren Gough in 2001-02 and Sunil Narine in 2012. Mishras tally is also the second-best by an India bowler in a five-match series. The best is also by him - 18 wickets in five games against Zimbabwe in 2013. Mishras performance in this series also won him his first Man-of-the-Series award.23.1 Overs in which New Zealand were bowled out. It was their shortest ODI innings when they have been bowled out. It was also the third-fewest overs bowled by India to dismiss their opponents, and their fewest at home. The total of 79 was New Zealands fifth-lowest in ODIs.0 Series wins for New Zealand in India. They have played five bilateral series against India here and have lost all five. This was the third series they lost by a 3-2 margin; they were whitewashed in the other two.16 Runs scored while New Zealand lost their last seven wickets. They went from 63 for 2 to 79 all out. Only once before had they lost their last seven wickets for fewer runs - 15, against Australia in Christchurch in 1989-90.0 Bowling figures for India against New Zealand better than Mishras 5 for 18. The previous best was Kris Srikkanths 5 for 27, also in Visakhapatnam, back in 1988-89. This is Mishras second five-wicket haul in ODIs and only Harbhajan Singh (three) has got more five-wicket hauls among India spinners.99.75 Virat Kohlis average in ODIs in Visakhapatnam - he has now scored 399 runs in four matches here. Before making 65 in this match, he had made 118, 117 and 99 in his first three ODIs here. He has more runs here than at any other venue in India.2003 The last time a New Zealand spinner had an economy rate of four or less in an ODI series while bowling 45 or more overs - Daniel Vettori in a tri-series in Sri Lanka in 2003. Mitchell Santner ended the series with an economy rate of 4.00 in this series, bowling 46 overs. He took only three wickets, though. His economy rate was the best by any bowler to bowl at least five overs in this series.26 Wickets taken by Indias spinners in this series - the most by them in any five-match series. The previous best was 24, on three occasions, the last of which was against Zimbabwe in 2003. The average of 18.53 by spinners in this series is the second-lowest in any bilateral series when they have taken 15 or more wickets.4 Number of bilateral ODI series in which Kohli has scored 300 or more runs, which includes this series. It is the joint-most by any batsman. Rahul Dravid and Quinton de Kock have also amassed 300-plus runs in four bilateral series each. Kohlis 358 runs in this series are the third-most by any batsman in a bilateral series against New Zealand and the best for India against New Zealand. Ryan White Coyotes Jersey. LUCIE, Fla. Tobias Rieder Coyotes Jersey.J. -- Marshawn Lynch said Thursday it will be good to get back to football after the Seattle quiet talking running back wrapped up his final mandatory media session of Super Bowl week. The 20-year-old Pelicans big man glanced up and smiled widely at the well-wishers -- a fitting end to a day he wont soon forget. Davis responded to his selection earlier in the day as a Western Conference All-Star with 26 points and 10 rebounds, and the New Orleans Pelicans overcame a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Minnesota Timberwolves 98-91 on Friday night. Michael Stone Coyotes Jersey. Now tied for second in the league in shootout goals, the 24-year-old likes to see what the opposing goaltender has in store before he ultimately lands on a move. Justin Peters Coyotes Jersey. The team says the Spain international has a muscle pull in his right leg. Barcelona hosts third-division side Cartagena in the return leg of their round-of-32 tie after winning their first meeting 4-1.Be it Chicago, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh or Boston, whoever perseveres in this years Stanley Cup Final, the next day their fans will flock downtown for the victory parade. It doesnt quite work that way when you win soccer bronze at London 2012. Now some 10 months on from last summers Olympics, Canada finally gets to celebrate on home soil the astonishing journey of the Womens National Team Sunday afternoon at BMO Field. Adding an extra layer of spiced cake to the occasion, those damned Gold medal-winning, Centennial-celebrating, formidable U.S. team play the role of invited guests. When tickets went on sale in late March the public responded so well that all 20,000-plus tickets sold out in about the same amount as time as it takes Abby Wambach to count to six very loudly. Thats all for the history books now. What cant be forgotten though is that a seismic shift of the soccer platelets occurred when Christiana Pederson blew the final whistle at Old Trafford. If the immediate dramatic upward shift of interest in soccer across the country were a share price the Mounties would have immediately been called in to investigate a case of insider trading. Although soccer stabilized to its newly-revised lofty equilibrium over the winter another shift along the demand curve has occurred this week. Whilst the mens team were lamenting Tuesday nights defeat to Cost Rica in Edmonton, the buzz and excitement around Toronto as the Womens National Team prepared for what is set to be one of the biggest occasions in the 100-plus year history of the CSA has not gone unnoticed. Ever since Christine Sinclair led her nation out as flag bearer during the closing ceremonies at London, the national governing body has slowly but very assuredly inked new partner agreements behind the scenes. With each new partner deal the CSAs over-reliance on fees from soccer clubs and associations across the nation diminishes dramatically. As a result any thought of any more dramatic increase to those fees become a thing of the past, a relic. Its no coincidence, then - in a week where the spotlight is shining so brightly on the WNT - that the CSA announced the latest corporate partner to jump on board: a manufacturer of sun protection products. Following practice on Thursday evening Christine Sinclair proclaimed to the media that since London 2012, “Life has changed for a lot of us.” Although Sinclair was speaking specifically about her fellow WNT players she may also have been speaking about the burgeoning corporate squad which now surrounds and embraces Canadian soccer. Two of the more prominent ones - Bank of Montreal and Umbro - have been mightily active this week as they utilize the regal stage of Sunday afternoons encounter to showcase themselves to a growing and captivated audience. Umbro - identifying the public practice at BMO on Thursday as best opportunity to launch the WNTs new aaway kits – marked the culmination of 2012s centenary season with bronze in London.dddddddddddd Third place on the podium it may have been, but it may as well have been gold to the nations apparel manufacturer. “After the Olympic bronze medal performance we saw an immediate 40 percent spike above anticipated demand,” Umbro Canada V P Mike Shoemaker disclosed to yesterday. “The support on both the mens side and womens side led to the largest ever year of CSA jersey sales,” he added. “The centenary kit sold out of our limited run and we continued that trend on all CSA product through the year.” “Thursday nights launch showed us yet again that with success on the pitch and Umbro Canada continuing to provide new and innovative products, the fans will continue to support,” Shoemaker concluded. BMO, who first moved into the soccer space when the national soccer stadium was developed, also formed a partnership with Canadas first MLS club ahead of Toronto FC beginning play back in 2007. Over barren years for Canadian soccer BMO stayed the course and has continually reinvested in the beautiful game across the nation. The sponsors have provided desperately needed oxygen for the nations grass roots. “As the bank of soccer in Canada, BMO supports all aspects of the Beautiful Game in Canada - from the jerseys of local teams across the country to BMO Field in Toronto,” said Susan Bundy, director of sponsorships at BMO Financial Group told yesterday. “At the national level, BMO has been a proud supporter of the Canadian Soccer Association for more than six years.” Yesterday at BMOs flagship branch in downtown Toronto fans were given opportunity to get up close and personal to their new idols - something altogether rather unimaginable pre-London 2012. Bundy explained: “Fans were able to meet their favourite players, get autographs and take photos in advance of the highly anticipated friendly match between Canada and the U.S.” When BMO first gambled on allocating sponsorship dollars with Canadian soccer back in fall 2006 the business of the sport was rudderless. Over these intervening years we have witnessed many of Canadas best known companies play out the business of soccer as they jostle for space on the pitch. Demand continues to grow. Meanwhile for Sundays match itself and as the configuration process of BMO Field has been completed, the CSA was able to announce on Friday additional seats were now available. Adding to soccers newfound lustre some of those tickets are for seats at premium field-side tables where you will be so close to the action you might be able to hear Abby Wambach count. Welcome Canada to the professional era for soccer both on and off the pitch. 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