In the fourth ODI of the ongoing series, the visitors found themselves six down on a score of 35 as Trent Boult shone with the ball in no time.

In the fourth ODI of the series against New Zealand, India was left reeling as the Kiwi bowlers gave early jitters to the visitors. With Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma sharing 21 runs for the first wicket, India did not have a good start especially after Dhawan's wicket was taken down by Boult. Then Boult and Colin de Grandhomme came down heavily on India, half of whose batsmen were back in the pavilion on a score of 34. 

Soon captain Rohit Sharma who was also dismissed by Boult who caught the batsmen off his bowling. Colin de Grandhomme cleaned up the middle order on a score of 0 which comprised of Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik.

Even though debutant Shubman Gill tried his best and was batting quite well in the middle order, but it didn't take Boult much time before he dismissed him by catching him off his bowling. Kedar Jadhav too was trapped in front of the stumps by Boult. The decision was reviewed and sadly, the on-field umpire had made the correct decision and India lost the review.

Presently six down for 39, the chances of India registering their lowest-ever score are highly likely now. Meanwhile, let's take a look at India's top 10 lowest-ever scores in the history of ODI cricket -

54 vs Sri Lanka in Sharjah (2000)

63 vs Australia in Sydney (1981)

78 vS Sri Lanka in Kanpu (1986)

79 vs Pakistan in Sialkot (1978)

88 vs New Zealand in Dambulla (2010)

91 vs South Africa in Durban (2006)

100 vs Australia in Sydney (2000)

100 vs West Indies in Ahmedabad (1993)

103 vs Sri Lanka in Dambulla (2010)

103 vs Sri Lanka in Colombo (2008)