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Skipper Gautam Gambhir hit his second unbeaten century to power India to a series-clinching nine-wicket victory over New Zealand in the third ODI in Vadodara on Saturday.Gautam Gambhir celebrates after scoring fifty during the third ODI against New Zealand in Vadodara. Photo by APThe Delhi left-hander played a captain’s knock of 126 after his match-winning unbeaten 138 in the second ODI in Jaipur on December 1 as India easily chased down the target of 225 in 39.3 overs to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.Gambhir, who smashed 16 boundaries in 117 balls, piled up 115 runs for the opening wicket with Murali Vijay who made a slow 30 in 50 balls before being run out.The solid foundation laid by Gambhir, who notched up his ninth ODI hundred in 103 matches, with Vijay was carried forward by the next batsman, Virat Kohli, who continued his form from where he left in the previous two matches.Virat Kohli in action. Photo by APKohli, who had scored a match-winning ton in Guwahati and a half century in Jaipur, remained unbeaten on 63 in 70 balls with six fours and two sixes. He also hit the winning runs, a six over long on.The second wicket duo of Gambhir and Kohli put on 114 runs in 125 balls without being separated to help the hosts score a comprehensive victory.Virat Kohli (center) and Gautam Gambhir celebrate India’s victory in the third ODI. Photo by APIt was India’s ninth successive ODI victory over New Zealand. They have to play two more matches in the series in Bangalore (December 7) and in Chennai (December 10).advertisementGautam Gambhir tries to avoid the ball, as new Zealand’s wicketkeeper Gareth Hopkins waits to catch. Photo by APThe hosts won the opening match in Guwahati by 40 runs and then took a 2-0 lead with a thumping eight-wicket victory in the second ODI in Jaipur.Chasing New Zealand’s modest score, built around James Franklin’s unbeaten 72, India were on the offensive from the first ball. Gambhir raced to his 50 in just 30 balls with nine fours and then got his next 50 in 58 balls with the help of four fours.He struck left arm Andy McKay for three successive fours after having dispatched the other new ball bowler Kyle Mills for two in as many balls previously.Gautam Gambhir bats before New Zealand’s wicketkeeper Gareth Hopkins. Photo by APThe manner in which the 29-year-old Delhi player batted blew away any hopes New Zealand might have nurtured to come back into the match after posting a modest score when conditions were slightly in favour of the bowlers.Kiwi batsmen fail againEarlier in the morning, another left-hander, James Franklin, led New Zealand’s revival with an unbeaten half century and helped the visitors recover from a poor start to post a fighting score.The visitors made a disastrous start by losing their openers within the first five overs and were struggling at 106 for seven before Franklin (72 not out) and Nathan McCullum staged the recovery act with a stand of 94.Indian wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha dislodges the bails to dismiss New Zealand’s Kyle Mills. Photo by APLeft-handed Franklin batted sensibly after coming in at 49 for 4 in the 16th over even as continued to tumble from the other end. He top-scored for the Black Caps with the help of five fours and one six in 108 balls while McCullum made 43 in 53 balls with four fours. Their eighth-wicket stand off 107 balls took the score to 200 after the Kiwis had lost half their side for 77.Apart from the eighth wicket pair, only opener Martin Guptill (12) and Scott Styris (22) reached the double figures in a largely uninspiring display put up by the Kiwis after they were asked to bat first by the hosts.Indians bowl tight lineFor India, Zaheer Khan (2/31), Yusuf Pathan (2/37 and R. Ashwin (2/49) shared six wickets among them while Munaf Patel chipped in with one scalp.The pitch for the match was a major surprise at a venue that normally provides flat tracks. There was a lot of bounce for the pace bowlers and bounce and turn for the spinners.New Zealand batsmen, having played on low bouncing tracks after coming to India in early November, were undone by the extra bounce. Zaheer utilized the bounce to the fullest extent in his splendid first spell of seven overs as he made early inroads into the Kiwi top order. Coming off after a three-week lay-off, the left-arm paceman struck in the second legal ball of his first over when he prised out danger man Brendon McCullum, who also came into the series after missing the opening two ties because of a back problem.advertisementMcCullum was caught in second slip by Murali off a rising ball that moved away a shade. Munaf bowled tightly to return with one for 28 while spinners Yusuf Pathan and Ashwin did their but in the middle overs to claim 2 for 27 and 2 for 49 respectively.- With PTI inputs