The Delhi ODI was decided in the final over, the differentiating factor being which team could pull off the basics better under pressure. By the smallest margin, it was New Zealand
Winless on the tour, it took a century from the New Zealand captain to help turn around their fortunes in Delhi
A lone hand of 118 from Kane Williamson, helped New Zealand register their first win of the ODI series, beating India by a narrow six-run margin in the second ODI played in Delhi on Thursday.
Part-time offspinner Martin Guptill proved to be quite effective - and rather lucky too - in one bizarre over in Delhi
Plays of the day from the second ODI between India and New Zealand in Delhi, featuring cramps, throws and blows
India captain MS Dhoni blamed the absence of big partnerships for his team's six-run defeat to New Zealand
India coach Anil Kumble has said he was heartened by Hardik Pandya's performance with the new ball on his ODI debut, and that the team management would give the allrounder the freedom to bat and bowl without specific instructions
Suresh Raina has been ruled out of the second ODI in New Delhi as he still continues to recover from viral fever that kept him out of the series opener in Dharamsala
Last time before this New Zealand beat India in India in an ODI - in Cuttack. This is their first win in eight matches and also their first win on this tour.
No. of ODI hundreds by New Zealand captains against India including Williamson's. The previous one was by Ken Rutherford in Vadodara in 1994.
Number of fifties by Kane Williamson in his last-seven innings in ODIs against India.
Tosses won by New Zealand on this tour. India have won all the five tosses (3 Tests and 2 ODIs).