Despite losing against New Zealand, India remains atop the ICC World Cup Super League table.

India remain top of the ICC Mens Cricket World Cup Super League standings . Hosts India lost seven wickets to New Zealand in the first ODI in Auckland .

Despite losing a seven-wicket loss to New Zealand in the first ODI, hosts India remained top of the ICC Mens Cricket World Cup Super League standings, but the Black Caps improved to fourth place with a win.India is at the top of the standings with 129 points from 19 games, followed by England (125 points from 18 games), Australia (120 points from 18 games), New Zealand (120 points from 16 games), and Bangladesh (120 points from 18 games).In the first ODI against India in Auckland, New Zealand rose to the League table thanks to excellent knocks from Tom Latham and Kane Williamson.At the 20-over mark of the chase, it didn't look like New Zealand would stop the chase.

India has been deemed to be the tournament's host country by virtue of its status.Featured Video Of The DaySand Artist Sudarshan Pattnaiks Tribute To Footballer Diego Maradona.

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