Tim Southee is adjudged the Man of the Match for his match winning spell of 7 for 33. That's all we have for today. Do join us back tomorrow for a double header between Pakistan and West Indies at 0330 IST and Australia and Bangladesh at 0900 IST. Till then it's goodbye from us and take care.
The Kiwis back for the chase were supposed to see off the first few initial overs. McCullum though had other plans as he went berserk and knocked over all the bowlers, slamming a 25 ball 77. Woakes got rid of McCullum and towards the end scalped the wicket of Guptill. The Kiwis got home comfortably in the end winning by 8 wickets and 226 ball to spare.
Morgan and Root where the only two men who put up a substantial stand together. After Morgan departed, no one really showed any resistance to hang in there with Root who watched wickets tumble one after the other at the other end. England were bowled out for a mere 123 on the board.
A completely one sided affair as the Kiwis notched up their third win. England put up a dismal show as they were rattled through by the Southee storm who picked up 7 for 33. They had no answer to the opening bowling pair of Southee and Boult as they lost three quick wickets.
Stuart Broad to Kane Williamson
Five Wides! Bangs in a short ball on middle and off that goes onto beat Williamson and also the keeper. The ball races away to the fine leg fence. That's it, New Zealand beat England by 8 wickets.
Length ball on middle, Williamson defends it to the on side.
Stuart Broad to Ross Taylor
Bangs in a short ball on off, Taylor goes for the pull but lands up top edging it towards square leg. The ball lands safe and they cross for a run.
Chris Woakes to Kane Williamson
Length ball on middle, defended to the on side.
A tad short on off, Williamson pushes it to the off side.
On a length on off, Williamson again defends it off the front foot.
Angles a length ball on middle, Williamson presses forward and defends.
Good length ball outside off, left alone by Williamson.
Well bowled! Just in the channel around off, Williamson looks to drive but gets beaten.
A touch short around off, Taylor cuts it off the back foot but straight to point.
Short ball on off, Williamson pulls it to deep mid-wicket for a single.
Pitched up on off, Williamson gets in line and blocks.
Good length ball on off, Williamson places it to the off side.
Angles a length ball on middle, Williamson tucks it to mid-wicket for a couple.
Good length ball on off, Williamson stays put and defends.
Broad into the attack.