The Black Caps won an important encounter which went in their favour, without doing too much due to rain while England was at the receiving end.
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.
The 23 year-old middle order batsman of New Zealand, Corey Anderson, broke the record of the fastest ODI hundred in the 3rd game vs. West Indies at Queenstown.
A brilliant innings from the West Indian all rounder, Darren Sammy, brought his team an astonishing win against the Black Caps in a low scoring encounter.
The visiting New Zealand surrendered the third ODI against the formidable home side Bangladesh who maintained their winning streak in the limited over series.
New Zealand clinched a sensational low scoring match against Sri Lanka with a narrow margin as the bowlers from both sides dominated the interesting encounter.
England clinched the final ODI against New Zealand with the assistance of a majestic batting by Ian Bell supported by a fiery innings from Joss Buttler.
The dreadful opener of New Zealand, Martin Guptill, continued his assault on the English bowling with a successive ODI ton and took away the series from the hosts.
A fine team effort led from the front by Brendon McCullum, brought New Zealand a much deserved victory against the mighty England in the 1st ODI.
The determined Black Caps dismissed the strong South Africans cheaply and the New Zealand batsmen kept on fighting until they clinched an important victory.