West Indies tour of New Zealand, 1st T20I: New Zealand v West Indies at Auckland, Jan 11, 2014
New Zealand won by 81 runs
11 January 2014 - night match (20-over match)

Samuel Badree to open the bowling for West Indies. Guptill on strike

Moulton: "I am at work in Canada, very excited to see the start of this game. I wonder if Jason holder is injured, or does Best have a grand father in WI cricket"

6.55pm: Play is just about to start with the two umpires leading the way

Jaye: "How does any team leave out Holder for Best?! WI love to play catch up in international series. They will replace Best with Holder in the second T20I when they want to level the series."

Adhyayan Sethi: "Man of the Match is going to earn big in IPL #AUCTION2014"

Kevon: "1am on a Friday night in NYC... What better to do than watch some Twenty 20?"

Varun: "Watch out, this is as explosive a batting lineup in the world, I reckon 250 is on the cards."

Brendan: "The lack of bowling depth from the Windies may hurt them if they bowl first. :/"

Chiranjeev: "With IPL auction coming up. A good and reasonably fast score from any of the batsmen may give cricket it's next millionaire - Anderson, May be."

shaik arif: "Kiwis will score 200 +today"

6.40pm: New Zealand Cricket just tweeted that in honour of Nathan McCullum's 50th T20I appearance, he will lead the team out on the field. Go well mattress, go well

6.35pm: Time to brief you on a few team changes. Mitchell McClenaghan is the odd one out today, while West Indies have omitted Denesh Ramdin, Narsingh Deonarine and Jason Holder

Adesh Mahabir: "I honestly think ramdin should be captaining the side due to his success with the T&T t20 side. Nothing against Bravo though."

Toss: New Zealand have won the toss and will bat first

Shahpoor: "WI's team was on fire in the last ODI. They are the favorite in the T20I's. Looking forward for Gayle to fire in this match."

6.30pm: The teams will be out for the toss now. Will update you with the result as soon as possible

Shridharan: "This must be cracker of a match. Two teams evenly poised and should concentrate to build a team for this year's World T20. West Indies lack the zip in their pace department with Rampual flown home."

Dennal Shim: "Well the home team will start as favorites against this new look Windies side but on their day the boys from the Caribbean are unstoppable."

6.25pm: So what can we expect from this first match? Who are the key players to watch, and what will each team be looking to do in order to gain advantage over their adversaries. The answer is quite simple, check the preview done up by Karthik Krishnawamy

6.20pm: We have the World champions facing off against a much-fancied home side in the first of these two T20 encounters. Can the West Indies leave the tour on a high and secure the T20 series after squaring the ODIs with a brutal, dominating performance with bat and all?

0.1

Badree to Guptill, no run, Badree gets this one to just turn away outside off as Guptill plays the wrong line

0.2

Badree to Guptill, 1 run, able to get him away by easing this next offering down to mid-off

0.3

Badree to Ryder, 1 run, on the pads as Ryder flicks this to midwicket for a single

0.4

Badree to Guptill, 1 run, heading down the leg side as Guptill plays this towards square leg

0.5

Badree to Ryder, 1 run, pushes this next one down to long-on for an easy single

0.6

Badree to Guptill, 1 run, worked away down to long-on to bring an end to the over

Karthik V: "Best is really not at his best. Holder would ve been a better choice! Poor selection..."

End of over 1 (5 runs) New Zealand 5/0 (RR: 5.00)

    • MJ Guptill 3 (4b)
    • JD Ryder 2 (2b)
    • S Badree 1-0-5-0

Tino Best has the ball in hand and will open from the other end

1.1

Best to Guptill, no run, back of a length and going down the pads as Guptill plays this straight to silly mid-on

1.2

Best to Guptill, 1 run, back of a length and nipping in as Guptill ends up getting a leading edge to the off side, and goes for the single

1.3

Best to Ryder, 1 run, length outside off which is cut away in front of square to deep extra-cover. Poor running from these two as they are kept to just a single. Guptill assumed this was going all the way to the boundary

1.4

Best to Guptill, SIX, too full and straight as Guptill lofts straight down the ground, with a high finish, as Guptill keeps his steely eyes at the bowler, not once looking up to admire the shot. Hits this so cleanly at that

1.5

Best to Guptill, FOUR, short and wide and Guptill cuts this away classically through point for a sublime boundary

1.6

Best to Guptill, FOUR, just stand and deliver as Guptill is in the mood early on, thwacking this length ball straight back towards long-off for a boundary

End of over 2 (16 runs) New Zealand 21/0 (RR: 10.50)

    • MJ Guptill 18 (9b 2x4 1x6)
    • JD Ryder 3 (3b)
    • TL Best 1-0-16-0
    • S Badree 1-0-5-0
2.1

Badree to Ryder, 3 runs, length just outside off which is hit over to deep extra-cover, with the fielders making good work of it

2.2

Badree to Guptill, 1 wide, down the leg side as the umpire signals a wide

2.2

Badree to Guptill, 1 run, steered away down to mid-on for a single

2.3

Badree to Ryder, 1 run, back of a length and pushed towards the fielder at mid-off

2.4

Badree to Guptill, no run, tries to get this round the corner past backward square, but the fielder comes immediately into play

2.5

Badree to Guptill, 1 run, pushed off the pads down to deep midwicket, running hard for the single

2.6

Badree to Ryder, FOUR, too much width on offer as Ryder is given the opportunity to free his arms and cut this away in front of square to the boundary

Tushar: "Anything under 180 will be chased down by WI, I reckon..."

End of over 3 (11 runs) New Zealand 32/0 (RR: 10.66)

    • JD Ryder 11 (6b 1x4)
    • MJ Guptill 20 (12b 2x4 1x6)
    • S Badree 2-0-16-0
    • TL Best 1-0-16-0
3.1

Best to Guptill, no run, gets this one to just jag in from a length as Guptill plays loosely down the wrong line

3.2

Best to Guptill, FOUR, just smashes through the line as mid-off is way too wide to get even close to this. What did Gups have for breakfast I wonder?

The ball has been changed. I feel sorry for that ball the way things are going

The way the New Zealand openers are massacring the ball, the seam has begun to split. The box of spare balls are out, with the umpire checking the wear and tear and trying to pick a ball which best fits the attributes required

3.3

Best to Guptill, 1 run, gets on top of this one to play it to the off side for a single

3.4

Best to Ryder, 1 run, full and just outside off which is crunched down to sweeper cover for a single

3.5

Best to Guptill, OUT, and that proves to be a rather tame way to go out as Guptill slaps this back of a length delivery straight to short cover, who will not make a mess of it as Johnson Charles holds on to the chance. West Indies finally get one, as the run rate threatened to get away from them early on

MJ Guptill c Charles b Best 25 (16m 16b 3x4 1x6) SR: 156.25

Brendon McCullum is the new batsman at No.3

3.6

Best to BB McCullum, 1 run, length going down the leg side as Brendon is off the mark straightaway with a single to the off side

Chris: "Theme of this tour is to replace ball after 3overs - this is appalling - happened in the tests too! manufacturer needs to be talked to..."

End of over 4 (7 runs) New Zealand 39/1 (RR: 9.75)

    • BB McCullum 1 (1b)
    • JD Ryder 12 (7b 1x4)
    • TL Best 2-0-23-1
    • S Badree 2-0-16-0
4.1

Badree to BB McCullum, 1 run, turns this fuller length ball going down the leg side for a single

4.2

Badree to Ryder, no run, advances down the track to this pitched up delivery, but Ryder ends up smashing this straight at McCullum's groin area. Had no place to escape to there

4.3

Badree to Ryder, 1 run, played off the pads to the leg side

4.4

Badree to BB McCullum, no run, fuller one which is defended back to the bowler

4.5

Badree to BB McCullum, no run, once again defended back to the bowler

4.6

Badree to BB McCullum, FOUR, back of a length outside off which McCullum charges at to find a gap through the off side, and more importantly, the boundary

Anshul: "Guptill has most likely the license to go for the kill, with Ryder at the other end and Batsmen like Taylor, B. McCullum and new sensation Anderson still to come.."

End of over 5 (6 runs) New Zealand 45/1 (RR: 9.00)

    • BB McCullum 6 (5b 1x4)
    • JD Ryder 13 (9b 1x4)
    • S Badree 3-0-22-0
    • TL Best 2-0-23-1

Sunil Narine has come on to replace Tino Best

5.1

Narine to Ryder, FOUR, he's not about to show any respect as he gets down on one knee to lift Narine over extra-cover for a one-bounce boundary

5.2

Narine to Ryder, no run, quicker one which he tries to play down to third man, but misses

5.3

Narine to Ryder, 1 run, on the back foot as he plays this with soft hands to the leg side for one

5.4

Narine to BB McCullum, no run, tries to turn this away to the off side, but fails to get a meaningful connection

5.5

Narine to BB McCullum, 1 run, this time pushed off the back foot to the leg side for one

5.6

Narine to Ryder, FOUR, a little bit of length as Ryder is able to get under this and paddle fine to the fine leg boundary

Tushar Bogra: "Whats made WI so dangerous in t20 is their attitude to the game. Hope they continue their attitude today as well as..."

End of over 6 (10 runs) New Zealand 55/1 (RR: 9.16)

    • JD Ryder 22 (13b 3x4)
    • BB McCullum 7 (7b 1x4)
    • SP Narine 1-0-10-0
    • S Badree 3-0-22-0

Nikita Miller is the new bowler for West Indies

6.1

Miller to BB McCullum, no run, ends up driving this fuller one straight back to the bowler

6.2

Miller to BB McCullum, no run, McCullum looking to use his feet early on as this is pushed back to the bowler

6.3

Miller to BB McCullum, 1 run, a little room afforded outside off as he cuts this in front of square for one

6.4

Miller to Ryder, OUT, full from Miller as Ryder hits this too well straight down the throat of long-on, who takes his second catch of the day. This is all met by silence from the crowd, as Ryder trudges off, probably ruing his most recent shot selection

JD Ryder c Charles b Miller 22 (27m 14b 3x4 0x6) SR: 157.14

Time for Ross Taylor to come into the game

6.5

Miller to Taylor, 1 run, reaches out to drive this down to sweeper cover

6.6

Miller to BB McCullum, 1 run, prods forward to play this with soft hands to the off side

End of over 7 (3 runs) New Zealand 58/2 (RR: 8.28)

    • BB McCullum 9 (11b 1x4)
    • LRPL Taylor 1 (1b)
    • NO Miller 1-0-3-1
    • SP Narine 1-0-10-0

Badree has been brought back on by Bravo

7.1

Badree to BB McCullum, 1 run, low full toss which is driven down to mid-off

7.2

Badree to Taylor, no run, tries to squirt this length ball spinning in behind square on the off side

7.3

Badree to Taylor, 1 run, this time is able to carve this through the gap at cover for a single

7.4

Badree to BB McCullum, no run, this one stays a bit low as McCullum looks for his favoured short-arm pull

7.5

Badree to BB McCullum, no run, tries to eke this one out before square, but backward point is equal to the task

7.6

Badree to BB McCullum, 1 run, steps out to meet this one as a single is allowed through the off side by the West Indies

Ravi: "Am I the only one wondering why WI has played 3 specialist spinners? Further they omitted Ramdin from the squad but has Fletcher with the gloves while Walton ( who is a Keeper by trade) is in the field somewhere... SMH"

End of over 8 (3 runs) New Zealand 61/2 (RR: 7.62)

    • BB McCullum 11 (15b 1x4)
    • LRPL Taylor 2 (3b)
    • S Badree 4-0-25-0
    • NO Miller 1-0-3-1
8.1

Miller to BB McCullum, 1 run, length which is driven down to the leg side for one

8.2

Miller to Taylor, no run, looks to get this one away to the leg side, but the bowler is quick on it

8.3

Miller to Taylor, no run, driven straight back to the bowler by Taylor

8.4

Miller to Taylor, 3 runs, looks for two with a flick to the leg side, and is able to make it back in time before the throw is fired in at the striker's end

8.5

Miller to BB McCullum, 1 run, this time gets it down to deep fine leg for one

8.6

Miller to Taylor, OUT, length ball on middle which gets a leading edge as this bobbles straight to Bravo at short cover, who won't make a hash of this one. New Zealand now three down

LRPL Taylor c Bravo b Miller 5 (8m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 71.42

Saira: "Separating England, all the other seven top teams look equal in the title chase for T20WC."

End of over 9 (5 runs) New Zealand 66/3 (RR: 7.33)

    • BB McCullum 13 (17b 1x4)
    • NO Miller 2-0-8-2
    • S Badree 4-0-25-0

Colin Munro steps out at No.5. Bravo into the attack as well

9.1

Bravo to BB McCullum, no run, slower ball which is played away behind square on the off side

9.2

Bravo to BB McCullum, 1 run, length going down tht eleg side as Brendon is able to ease this down to silly mid-on. Sets off for a quick single as Miller picks up and fires in a throw at the non-striker's, but it looks like Brendon just made it home

9.3

Bravo to Munro, 1 run, solidly played down the ground to long-off for a single

9.4

Bravo to BB McCullum, 1 run, length outside off which is steered square into the vacant gap in the covers

9.5

Bravo to Munro, 1 run, pushed to the off side by Munro for a single

9.6

Bravo to BB McCullum, no run, good change of pace as McCullum is coaxed into defending this offering from Bravo

Dan: "Why on earth has Munro come in before Anderson? Munro is a slogger, Anderson has technique. It makes no sense."

End of over 10 (4 runs) New Zealand 70/3 (RR: 7.00)

    • BB McCullum 15 (21b 1x4)
    • C Munro 2 (2b)
    • DJ Bravo 1-0-4-0
    • NO Miller 2-0-8-2

NZ at 70 for 3 at the halfway stage. What are your predictions folks?

10.1

Miller to Munro, FOUR, Munro switches to a right hander position and gets deep in his crease to whack this over midwicket for a boundary

10.2

Miller to Munro, no run, plays this one back to the bowler

10.3

Miller to Munro, SIX, Munro grossly mishits this next one from Miller, but fortune goes with the brave as this one just gets over the rope from quite a height. Kept the fielder interested till almost the last moment. Simmons attempts a dive, but this one was definitely going over

10.4

Miller to Munro, 1 run, once again opts for the switch hit as this time he hits it a bit more squarer

10.5

Miller to BB McCullum, SIX, length ball which Munro just has a go at, getting this to lift comfortably over the rope for a huge six

10.6

Miller to BB McCullum, 1 run, pushed to midwicket for the easiest of singles to end the over

Naushad Akhtar: "just seen WI squad. I cant believe on my eyes - No GAYLE!"

End of over 11 (18 runs) New Zealand 88/3 (RR: 8.00)

    • BB McCullum 22 (23b 1x4 1x6)
    • C Munro 13 (6b 1x4 1x6)
    • NO Miller 3-0-26-2
    • DJ Bravo 1-0-4-0

The mystery of Narine is back on display for the Eden Park audience

11.1

Narine to BB McCullum, no run, tries to get this one away behind square on the off side, but is sent back by the non-striker as Baz goes for the dive, and makes it in time before the keeper flicks the bails

11.2

Narine to BB McCullum, 1 run, able to whip this off the pads for a single to the leg side

11.3

Narine to Munro, 4 byes, goes for the knuckeball as this one misses everything, and I mean everything. This one just bounces over the stumps, past the keepers, all the way to the boundary behind. Called four wides by the umpire

11.4

Narine to Munro, 1 no ball, darts in a quicker one on middle as Munro uses the switch hit to get this away to the off side (or is leg side). Called a no-ball by the umpire, but the pair are unable to go for the single

11.4

Narine to Munro, SIX, free hit full from Narine as Munro chooses to stay in his customary left-hander position to club this over square leg to the orange brigade, who fail to get a catch

Looks like one of the orange brigade has parried the ball directly onto an old man's head, who goes down for the count. But don't worry, this all ends well as he waves manically at the cameras. That or he literally lost a few brain cells after

11.5

Narine to Munro, 1 run, this one played to the off side for a single

11.6

Narine to BB McCullum, no run

End of over 12 (13 runs) New Zealand 101/3 (RR: 8.41)

    • BB McCullum 23 (26b 1x4 1x6)
    • C Munro 20 (10b 1x4 2x6)
    • SP Narine 2-0-19-0
    • NO Miller 3-0-26-2
12.1

Best to Munro, 2 runs, goes high over the infield as this one lands safely in the deep on the leg side before stuttering to a sto p

12.2

Best to Munro, OUT, this one rushes onto Munro as he is forced into an early pull shot which goes straight up. Fletcher, the wicketkeeper, calls this one straightaway, and is able to hold on to the chance

C Munro c †Fletcher b Best 22 (14m 12b 1x4 2x6) SR: 183.33

The man you have all been waiting for: It's Corey Anderson! But he won't be on strike, for now..

12.3

Best to BB McCullum, 1 run, shortish length which is punched off the back foot straight to backward point

12.4

Best to Anderson, no run, fuller one which is driven straight back to the bowler

12.5

Best to Anderson, OUT, Anderson unfortunately will not make his mark today as he pulls this back of a length delivery straight to the man at deep square leg. Best is super pumped after that wicket

CJ Anderson c Powell b Best 0 (2m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Luke Ronchi steps into the fray at No.7

12.6

Best to Ronchi, 1 run, shortish length which is punched off the back foot to sweeper cover for a single. Ronchi on his way

Mohammed: "Is that old man, "HULK HOGAN""

End of over 13 (4 runs) New Zealand 105/5 (RR: 8.07)

    • L Ronchi 1 (1b)
    • BB McCullum 24 (27b 1x4 1x6)
    • TL Best 3-0-27-3
    • SP Narine 2-0-19-0

Bravo back into the attack

13.1

Bravo to Ronchi, 1 run, slower ball just outside off which is driven straight to long-off

13.2

Bravo to BB McCullum, 1 run, just runs this length ball down to short third man

13.3

Bravo to Ronchi, no run, change of pace from Bravo as Ronchi tries in vain to get this away through the off side

13.4

Bravo to Ronchi, 1 run, back of a length which is edged down to third man for a single

13.5

Bravo to BB McCullum, 2 runs, length on middle which is eased down to long-on for a brace

13.6

Bravo to BB McCullum, 1 run, shortish length played to backward point as the fumble from the fielder affords NZ a run

Kahn: "Corey Andersen make Afridi proud !!! hero in one match & zero in other match."

End of over 14 (6 runs) New Zealand 111/5 (RR: 7.92)

    • BB McCullum 28 (30b 1x4 1x6)
    • L Ronchi 3 (4b)
    • DJ Bravo 2-0-10-0
    • TL Best 3-0-27-3

And finally Russell makes his entry into the attack

14.1

Russell to BB McCullum, SIX, bangs this one in to possibly the worst person to ever off such a delivery to. Baz sees this one quickly and clobbers him over the fine leg boundary for six

14.2

Russell to BB McCullum, 1 run, another short one which is cross-batted towards long-on

14.3

Russell to Ronchi, SIX, full this time from Russell as Ronchi just lofts him gracefully down the ground for a six

14.4

Russell to Ronchi, FOUR, back of a length as Ronchi just clears the fielder at backward point to find the boundary

14.5

Russell to Ronchi, SIX, length outside off which is hit way into the air as everyone at the ground is urging this to get over the rope, and it does. Russell what are you bowling here?

14.6

Russell to Ronchi, no run, short one which rises quite high as the batsman goes for a pull

End of over 15 (23 runs) New Zealand 134/5 (RR: 8.93)

    • L Ronchi 19 (8b 1x4 2x6)
    • BB McCullum 35 (32b 1x4 2x6)
    • AD Russell 1-0-23-0
    • DJ Bravo 2-0-10-0

Narine back on

15.1

Narine to BB McCullum, 1 run, almost squares up Ronchi as he fends this one away behind point on the off side

15.2

Narine to Ronchi, no run, misreads the amount of spin as Ronchi once again fails to get it away

15.3

Narine to Ronchi, 1 run, this time catches the outside edge with a knuckeball

15.4

Narine to BB McCullum, 1 run, able to sneak a quick single down to backward point as he plays this with soft hands

15.5

Narine to Ronchi, 1 run, plays this off the back foot straight to long-off

15.6

Narine to BB McCullum, 1 run, on the back foot and played away to the off side for one

Ash: "BMac is the only batsman i have seen whose t20I average is higher than test and odi average!"

End of over 16 (5 runs) New Zealand 139/5 (RR: 8.68)

    • BB McCullum 38 (35b 1x4 2x6)
    • L Ronchi 21 (11b 1x4 2x6)
    • SP Narine 3-0-24-0
    • AD Russell 1-0-23-0

Bravo brings himself on to bowl

16.1

Bravo to BB McCullum, 1 run, round the wicket, pitching outside leg, as this is driven to long-on

16.2

Bravo to Ronchi, 1 run, full and straight at Ronchi hits this straight to the fielder at long-on

16.3

Bravo to BB McCullum, 1 run, makes room by shuffling to the off side before drilling this one towards the covers

16.4

Bravo to Ronchi, no run, bowls another slower ball which Ronchi plays all around of

16.5

Bravo to Ronchi, no run, content to shoulder arms to this next one

16.6

Bravo to Ronchi, 1 run, full toss on the pads which hits the front pad of the striker

Surjith Bhaskar: "In fifteen T20I Russel has only 1 wicket to his name and everytime he has bowled he goes for a truckload of runs. He has the ability to bowl at a decent clip, don't know what the problem is with him."

End of over 17 (4 runs) New Zealand 143/5 (RR: 8.41)

    • L Ronchi 23 (15b 1x4 2x6)
    • BB McCullum 40 (37b 1x4 2x6)
    • DJ Bravo 3-0-14-0
    • SP Narine 3-0-24-0
17.1

Narine to Ronchi, SIX, gets on one knee to clear this over midwicket for a six

17.2

Narine to Ronchi, 2 runs, going down the leg side as they get a couple

Surjith Bhaskar: "In fifteen T20I Russel has only 1 wicket to his name and everytime he has bowled he goes for a truckload of runs. He has the ability to bowl at a decent clip, don't know what the problem is with him."

17.3

Narine to Ronchi, FOUR, deliberately plays this one just outside off to the third man boundary for four

17.4

Narine to Ronchi, SIX, full again as Ronchi is able to clear him towards square leg for a boundary

17.5

Narine to Ronchi, no run, defended to the off side

17.6

Narine to Ronchi, FOUR, able to carve this fuller one behind square on the off side for a boundary

Neil: ""Ronchi content to shoulder arms to this next one" What the hell man? It's a T20 and there's 3 overs and 5 wickets left, you should be swinging the bat at everything"

End of over 18 (22 runs) New Zealand 165/5 (RR: 9.16)

    • L Ronchi 45 (21b 3x4 4x6)
    • BB McCullum 40 (37b 1x4 2x6)
    • SP Narine 4-0-46-0
    • DJ Bravo 3-0-14-0
18.1

Bravo to BB McCullum, 2 runs, fuller one on middle which is hit down to long-on

18.2

Bravo to BB McCullum, 1 run, fuller one from Bravo and steered down to deep midwicket

18.3

Bravo to Ronchi, 1 run, full again as Ronchi hits this one straight down to long-on

18.4

Bravo to BB McCullum, FOUR, low full toss on the pads as McCullum plays a manufactured flick which just bounces before the fine leg boundary

18.5

Bravo to BB McCullum, 1 run, full and on middle as McCullum spoons this one over the bowler to the fielder at silly mid-off

18.6

Bravo to Ronchi, 1 run, drives this one straight to long-off for a single

DanEdge: "Finally ol' ronchi is starting to live up to expectations"

End of over 19 (10 runs) New Zealand 175/5 (RR: 9.21)

    • L Ronchi 47 (23b 3x4 4x6)
    • BB McCullum 48 (41b 2x4 2x6)
    • DJ Bravo 4-0-24-0
    • SP Narine 4-0-46-0

Best to bowl the final over

19.1

Best to Ronchi, no run, length ball on and around off which Ronchi fails to get bat on. So far so good...

19.2

Best to Ronchi, 1 run, length just outside off as Ronchi slaps him down to long-off for a single

19.3

Best to BB McCullum, no run, swing and a miss from B-Mac as he completely misses the line

19.4

Best to BB McCullum, SIX, McCullum dances down the track and slams Best over the midwicket boundary to bring up his 50 off a heart-stopping 43 balls

19.5

Best to BB McCullum, SIX, low full toss as Brendon pulls out the straight paddle and then helps it along for it to go over the boundary for six. Tino has some choice words for BMac

19.6

Best to BB McCullum, 1 bye, another big swing and a miss as McCullum and Ronchi look for an opportunity for an extra run

And with that New Zealand reach an imposing 189 for 5 at Eden Park. The West Indian bowlers have been really disappointing today, and will need to get their things in order if they are to take a stab at what will be an immense challenge for the visitors. We will be back soon for the second innings.

End of over 20 (14 runs) New Zealand 189/5

    • BB McCullum 60 (45b 2x4 4x6)
    • L Ronchi 48 (25b 3x4 4x6)
    • TL Best 4-0-40-3
    • DJ Bravo 4-0-24-0
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