Seddon Park, Hamilton
Seddon Park, Hamilton News
Shoaib Malik was not wearing a helmet when he went in to bat.
New Zealand defeated Pakistan by five wickets in the fourth one-day international in Hamilton on Tuesday.
A brutal spell from Neil Wagner, including three wickets and a broken arm, led New Zealand to a comprehensive victory over the West Indies in Hamilton on Tuesday.
A record-equalling 17th century by Ross Taylor had New Zealand closing in on a series sweep against the West Indies after day three of the second Test in Hamilton.
Tim Southee and Trent Boult took centre stage with bat and ball as New Zealand seized command on a rain-affected day two of the second Test against West Indies
South Africa paid homage to a "fabulous" Kane Williamson on Tuesday after the New Zealand captain's 176 left the Proteas on the ropes with a day to play in the deciding final Test in Hamilton.
Martin Guptill roared back from injury with a record-breaking 180 as New Zealand thrashed South Africa by seven wickets to level the one-day international series in Hamilton on Wednesday.
Ross Taylor's unbeaten century helped New Zealand set up a target of 369 runs for the visiting Pakistan team.
Tim Southee captured three quick wickets to put New Zealand in a commanding position in the second Test against Pakistan.
New Zealand currently lead the two-match Test series 1-0 with the final match to be played in Hamilton, starting on Friday.
New Zealand currently lead the two-Test series against Pakistan 1-0.
Kane Williamson is now the new world number one in Tests after scoring his fifth century of the year during the second Test between New Zealand and Sri Lanka in Hamilton.
Kane Williamson remained unbeaten on 78 as New Zealand were 47 runs away from completing a 2-0 sweep in the Test series against Sri Lanka in Hamilton.
New Zealand manage to cross the finish line with three wickets to spare. The defeat for Bangladesh means the team will face India in quarters.
Shikhar Dhawan's second World Cup hundred helped India chase down Ireland's 259 in just 36.5 overs to hand India their 9th consecutive win in World Cup games.
Live cricket score and ball-by-ball commentary from the 34th World Cup match between India and Ireland at the Seddon Park, Hamilton on Tuesday.
India confirm their position at the top of Pool B with their fifth victory. Catch all the highlights of the match here.
India are unbeaten in this World Cup and in a ground with small boundaries and a flat deck, Ireland might struggle to keep the Indian big hitters in check.