Martin Guptill returned from injury with a match-winning unbeaten 180 off 138 balls to help New Zealand level the series 2-2 in the 4th ODI
New Zealand's diligent use of the review system played a significant role in them levelling the series against South Africa - a stark contrast to India's calls in Pune
South Africa are heading back to Eden Park for a winner-takes-all showdown
On a slow pitch in Hamilton, South Africa were content with only one specialist slow bowler and AB de Villiers has defended the move despite a seven-wicket defeat
He had only recently begun training at full intensity following back-to-back hamstring injuries. To come good on the back of that was very satisfying for the New Zealand opener
Stats highlights from a game in which Martin Guptill outbatted everyone else by some margin
Martin Guptill's 180* is now the highest percentage contribution in a successful run chase of 250 and above. But which of these was the best innings?
Plays of the day from the fourth ODI between New Zealand and South Africa played at Hamilton's Seddon Park
The opener returns to the line-up after two hamstring injuries with the expectation that he can jolt New Zealand's top order into life
ESPNcricinfo previews the fourth one-day international from Hamilton with South Africa aiming to close out the series
No. of consecutive 50+ scores for Guptill in ODIs in Hamilton, including this game. He scored 105 v Ban in 2015 and 59 v Aus last year.
Centuries by South Africa's top-four in this series. In 15 of their last 16 ODI series/tournaments, at least one century was scored by their top-4.
No. of instances of two spinners opening the bowling in the first inns of an ODI, before Jeetan & Santner doing it in this ODI.