MS Dhoni-Led India Rocked by New Zealand, Series Level at 2-2
Fast bowlers Tim Southee and James Neesham ran through India's middle order to help New Zealand to a 19-run series-levelling win in the fourth one-day international.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss and elected to bat against India. (All images from BCCI)
New Zealand were given a great start by Martin Guptill.
Guptill (72) ended up as New Zealand's top-scorer. He was dismissed by Hardik Pandya.
Amit Mishra was India's best bowler with figures of 2/42.
Dhawal Kulkarni also picked one wicket as India were given a 261-run target by New Zealand.
In chase, after Rohit Sharma's departure, other opener Ajinkya Rahane (57) top-scored for India.
Virat Kohli, who scored 154* in the third ODI, started well but was dismissed by Ish Sodhi at 45.
MS Dhoni (11) was bowled by James Neesham.
Tim Southee (3/40) was New Zealand's main wrecker-in-chief.
India lost wickets at regular intervals as the hosts stared at defeat.
Axar Patel (38) led a lone fight towards the end but it was not enough.
The loss at MS Dhoni's home-ground leaves the five-match series tied at 2-2.