Brendon McCullum led his side from the front with a double hundred and the pace battery of the Kiwis dismantled the top order batting of India.
The skipper of New Zealand, Brendon McCullum, got back to his form with a superb ton whereas Kane Williamson smashed a hundred as the hosts rule over India.
The Black Caps continued their dominance over the Blue Shirts as Ross Taylor, Kane Williamson and the debutant, Matt Henry, sparkled for the home side.
The Black Caps maintained their disciplined batting as the middle order batsman, Ross Taylor, powered an unbeaten hundred and led his team to victory vs. India.
A scintillating display of batting by Ravichandran Ashwin along with Ravindra Jadeja almost brought India to a win as the 3rd ODI ended in a draw.
The Kiwis continued their domination over the Blue Shirts in the ongoing ODI series by a compact team work and defeated the visitors in the consecutive game.
The pace attack of New Zealand, well led by Mitchell McClenaghan and Corey Anderson, let India down in the opening ODI besides a superb ton from Virat Kohli.
Corey Anderson (New Zealand) tore apart the bowling attack of the West Indies and created a new world record in ODI cricket by plundering a ton on 36 balls.
The strong batting line up of India once again crumbled against the deadly bowling of the Proteas in the second innings as the hosts won the 2nd Test easily.
The middle order batsman of South Africa, Jacques Kallis, hammered a century in his final Test and brought the home side in a winning position against India.