Brendon McCullum said he was 'incredibly lucky' to play for New Zealand for as long as he did when he bowed out of 50-over international cricket on Monday as the Kiwis beat Australia by 55 runs to win the three-match ODI series.
New Zealand gave captain Brandon McCullum the perfect send off from 50-over cricket when they beat Australia by 55 runs in the third ODI in Hamilton to take the series two-one.
Australia levelled the ODI series against New Zealand on Saturday by winning the second match by four wickets in Wellington, with Mitchell Marsh the star with ball and bat.
The Indian Premier League auction took place on Saturday, and a number of surprising purchases were made, with South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris selling for double the price of Kevin Pietersen.
Mitchell Santner still thinks he needs to cement his place in New Zealand's team, in all three formats, despite him playing 15 out of 16 international games this season.