India lost the second Test by seven wickets in less than three days as New Zealand completed a memorable series sweep.
Virat Kohli was all charged up as India bowled out New Zealand for 235 on Day 2 of the second Test.
India will face New Zealand in the second game of the three-match ODI series at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday.
India could not defend a total of 347 in the first ODI and would be keen to make amends at Auckland.
Tom Latham said that while India's total was a little more than what New Zealand would have liked to have chased, a good start and a series of partnerships helped the hosts emerge victorious.
Virat Kohli said Tom Latham and Ross Taylor were unstoppable in the middle overs after New Zealand chased down 348 to win the first ODI.
New Zealand chased down the 348-run target with 11 balls to spare to beat India by four wickets in the 1st ODI.
Tom Latham said Kane Williamson's injury allows New Zealand a chance to try new players and that India are in a similar situation with Rohit Sharma.
Tom Latham broke a finger on his right hand claiming the final catch before Australia's declaration on day four of the third Test in Sydney.
Nathan Lyon took five for 50 in the 2nd innings to finish with 10 wickets for the match as Australia crushed New Zealand by 279 runs in the third and final Test.
New Zealand batted through the final session without losing a wicket after Marnus Labuschagne helped Australia amass a huge 454 in the first innings.
Pat Cummins was the destroyer-in-chief as Australia bowled out New Zealand for a paltry 148 on Day 3 of the second Test.
New Zealand vs England: Tom Latham laid a solid foundation for New Zealand before rain brought an early end to day one of the second Test against England in Hamilton on Friday.
New Zealand were 196 for four at stumps, still trailing Sri Lanka by 48 runs.
New Zealand were 451 for four, leading by 217 with six wickets in hand at stumps on Day 2.
New Zealand are now ranked third with 112 points, going past South Africa who are fourth with 111 points.
Henry Nicholls remained unbeaten on 162 as New Zealand declared on 585 for four in the second innings.