'That is aSTOINISing'

Marcus Stoinis, playing his second ODI, walked in with Australia at 54 for 5 chasing 287, and he took them within seven runs of the target with an incredible 146 not out.

Along with Josh Hazlewood, Stoinis put on 54 for the tenth wicket. Hazlewood didn't face a single ball during the 24-ball partnership. He was run out at the non-striker's end after having moved out of his crease for a non-existent single, with Kane Williamson, who positioned himself at silly mid-on, hitting the stumps with an underarm throw.

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The way Stoinis was going, New Zealand were fortunate to take a 1-0 lead in the series.