• Jesse Ryder tried to keep his hands warm as play was heavily delayed.
  • The Queenstown rain saw the match reduced to 21 overs per side.
  • Jason Holder had some early joy with the removal of Martin Guptill.
  • Brendon McCullum contributed 33 to the score.
  • Corey Anderson and Jesse Ryde then put on a near-200 stand, adding 41 runs to this pictured score, at more that 15 runs to the over.
  • Ryder made 104, with his ton coming off 46 balls, the sixth fastest in ODI history.
  • Anderson though made the fastest one-day century, off 36 balls, and went on to make 131 not out off 47 balls.
  • The chase of 284 to win in 21 overs was never on the cards, but Dwayne Bravo made a valiant 50.
  • The Windies lost by 159 runs, so the series is level at one all with two games to play.

3rd ODI: NZ v WI

Jesse Ryder tried to keep his hands warm as play was heavily delayed.