New Zealand won the two-match Test series against the West Indies easily. After winning the first match by an innings and 67 runs, the Kiwis won the second match by a huge margin of 240 runs. New Zealand's dominance in the one-day series after the Test New Zealand won the first one-day international by five wickets today.
Windies batting order will be quite strong at the arrival of Chris Gayle, who may have thought that many people would have been very strong. But Gayle could not fire Out of the 22 runs scored.
Earlier, West Indies made 264 runs in the first innings with 244 runs in the innings, with Ravichandran Ashwin (59) and Steven Powell (59).
New Zealand have reached the winning pitch with a target of 244 runs to win. Openers George Worker and Colin Munro put on 108 runs in the opening pair of Kiwi win. Munro could not make half-century for just one run. Worker's bat has been the highest 57 runs for the team. Captain Cain Williams scored 38 runs Ross Taylor was unbeaten after 49 runs. The two innings of 17 runs came from Tom Latham and Henry Nicholls's bat. New Zealand reached the winning pocket with five overs to spare, losing only five wickets.