Player of the Match
Player of the Match

END OF OVER:
51 | 2 Runs | NZ: 220/5

  • Jesse Ryder59 (99b)
  • James Franklin2 (14b)
  • Fidel Edwards11-0-46-1

Well that's it. Both captains have decided that nothing will come of the overs remaining and they shake hands and call it a draw.

After 5 days of play the match is drawn but if it wasn't for McCullum's dismissal it would have gone right down to the wire. There has been some stunning individual performances with Chanderpaul, Gayle McIntosh all picking up a ton each with the bat and impressive wicket hauls for O'Brien, Patel and Edwards. The 5th day starting with Gayle standing strong but when he went with a stroke of bad fortune New Zealand cleared up and then proceeded to try and chase down the total in restricted time. They gave it a good attempt with How, McCullum, Taylor and Ryder all attacking the West Indies bowlers.

However, both captains shook hands for a drawn match and the series is drawn 0-0. The Man of the match has been awarded to West Indies captain Chris Gayle for his stunning knock of 197.

Do join us here for the 1st Twenty20 International in Auckland between the two sides which starts at 5.00pm on Boxing Day but for now from me, Callum Stewart it's goodnight.

50.6
0
Edwards to Ryder, no run, cut away to point
50.5
0
Edwards to Ryder, no run, blocked to cover
50.4
0
Edwards to Ryder, no run, full toss batted away to point
50.3
0
Edwards to Ryder, no run, pitched up to Jesse Ryder and he blocks firmly back to Edwards
50.2
0
Edwards to Ryder, no run, chipped to midwicket
50.1
2
Edwards to Ryder, 2 runs, leans it down to deep point and they chase up two

END OF OVER:
50 | 1 Run | NZ: 218/5

  • James Franklin2 (14b)
  • Jesse Ryder57 (93b)
  • Chris Gayle5-0-23-0
49.6
0
Gayle to Franklin, no run, high toss and a slow delivery. Just 66 km/hour and a wide smile from Franklin
49.5
1
Gayle to Ryder, 1 run, cut away to backward point
49.4
0
Gayle to Ryder, no run, padded away once more
49.3
0
Gayle to Ryder, no run, defended back to Gayle
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New Zealand 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st8TG McIntoshJM How
2nd54JM HowDR Flynn
3rd34JM HowLRPL Taylor
4th74LRPL TaylorJD Ryder
5th33BB McCullumJD Ryder
6th17JEC FranklinJD Ryder