New Zealand's 10-wicket win over India, the number one Test team in the world, was lauded as one of the best in Black Caps' history.
NZ vs IND: A 93-run stand between Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor for the third wicket was enough to lift New Zealand from 73/2 to be ahead of India's 165 before the tourists fought back with three wickets in the final session.
Ross Taylor became the first cricketer to play 100 internationals in all three formats of the game.
Ross Taylor said that India's bowling lineup is fantastic and that Ishant Sharma will add new dynamics to the team.
New Zealand named Trent Boult and Kyle Jamieson in their 13-man squad for the Test series against India.
Ross Taylor stuck out his tongue while celebrating his match-winning century in the first One-day International against India at Hamilton on Wednesday.
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.
During the fifth and final T20I, Sanju Samson showed mind-boggling athleticism to stop the ball from going for a certain six.
Ross Taylor said with new personnel and some world-class players coming back, New Zealand are looking forward to ODI series against India.
New Zealand vs India: Ross Taylor, after losing the first T20I, lamented that their bowlers didn't put enough pressure on the Indian batsmen.
India overcame New Zealand's challenge with ease as KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer scored fine half-centuries to give India a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.
Ross Taylor has 7,174 runs from 99 Tests and 174 innings, with 19 centuries and 33 fifties.
Mitchell Starc tore through the New Zealand top order on the second day of the first Test in Perth on Friday.
Ross Taylor joined Stephen Fleming as only the second New Zealand player to go past 7,000 runs as he scored a century against England in Hamilton.
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor scored gritty centuries in reply to Joe Root's double ton but the second Test in Hamilton ended in a draw with rain playing spoilsport.
Joe Root's 226 was his third double century and his longest innings in terms of time and balls faced.
Ross Taylor lifted New Zealand from a precarious 39 for three in their chase of 175 to complete the win in 19.3 overs and lead the three-match series 1-0.