New Zealand thrash England by 10 wickets

Updated: 16 February 2008 18:19 IST

New Zealand beat England by 10 wickets with 18 overs to spare in a rain-shortened second one-day cricket international at Seddon Park on Tuesday.

HAMILTON:

New Zealand beat England by 10 wickets with 18 overs to spare in a rain-shortened second one-day cricket international at Seddon Park on Tuesday.

In a match reduced to 36 overs because of rain, England were all out for 158 in their final over, and under the Duckworth-Lewis system New Zealand reached their adjusted target of 165 without loss in the 19th over over.

Jesse Ryder made 79 and Brendon McCullum 80.

New Zealand lead the five-match series 2-0 with the third game in Auckland on Friday.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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