The seat which Maxwell destroyed during his sensational knock against New Zealand will be put up for auction. After the game, Maxwell signed the seat so it can be auctioned off for charity.
India, who have slipped to the fourth position with 68.3 percentage points, cannot afford another loss in the four-match series and will be looking to win at least two of the remaining three matches to secure a 2-1 or 3-1 result and a place in the final.
The Kiwis will be joined by either India, England, or Australia with the second spot being determined by the outcome of the India v England four-match Test series due to start on Friday.
The Virat Kohli-led side will have to win at least two Tests against England without losing the other two matches. On the other hand, England needs to win at least win three Tests against India.
With this win, New Zealand not only gained a 1-0 lead in the Test series but also moved closer to the No.1 spot in the ICC Test Team Rankings.
New Zealand will lock horns with Pakistan in ICC World Test Championship fixtures slated to begin from December 26 in Mount Maunganui after the conclusion of the T20I series.
Dr Gaurav Sharma has become the first elected leader of Indian origin taking an oath in Sanskrit in New Zealand Parliament. He is also the second political leader in the world to take an oath in Sanskrit on a foreign land.
"My heartiest congratulations to the PM of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern on her resounding victory. Recall our last meet a year ago and look forward to working together for taking India-NZ relationship to a higher level," Prime Minister Modi tweeted.
With 87% of the votes counted, Jacinda Ardern's center-left Labour Party has won 48.9 per cent of the vote, meaning her party looks likely to score the highest result that any party has achieved since the current political system was introduced in 1996.
India (121) and England (119) have lost 4 points each but maintain their 2nd & 3rd position while South Africa (107) enjoys a 13-point lead over New Zealand (94). Others are West Indies (85), Pakistan (77), Bangladesh (61) and Sri Lanka (47).