Boult mauls Pakistan, NZ take series

New Zealand are yet to lose an ODI at Saturday's venue

New Zealand are yet to lose an ODI at Saturday's venue

'It hasn't really sunk in yet, I still can't believe I caught it, but it's awesome that I did catch it'.

The 183 run win gives New Zealand an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five match ODI series.

Boult took three wickets in the first four overs to leave the tourists three wickets down for two runs.

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The Green Shirts had slumped to eight for 32 in the 19th over and threatened two unwanted records - the lowest ODI score of 35, held by Zimbabwe, and Pakistan´s own lowest score of 43.

It was a batting display of stunning ineptitude from Pakistan after they'd earlier given themselves a chance with the ball thanks to the Kiwis batting itself collapsing. Post winning the toss, New Zealand has elected to bat and scored 257 runs which included Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor's half centuries. Openers Azhar Ali, Fakhar Zaman were both dismissed by Boult.

One of Pakistan's only light of hope, Shoaib Malik was bowled off Lockie Ferguson's delivery after only scoring 3 runs.

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Munro only faced three balls from Faheem Ashraf in the second over - a six, two and caught behind, and New Zealand were 15 for one after 10 balls. "We wanted to get the series done", said man of the match Boult, who claimed figures of five for 17.

"Obviously, it was nice to get a couple of wickets at the top and put pressure on their middle order", Boult said. Plum lbw. Thought about reviewing for a second but ends up walking. Such was his impact that at one point Pakistan was reeling at 7/17.

Despite NZ losing 7-48 to close their innings, the total looked a competitive one on the Dunedin wicket. The trio of Rumman Raees, Hasan Ali and Shadab Khan did most of the damage with the ball.

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During the post-match discussion, Sarfraz told, "A tough loss, batting was again flop".

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