Ross Taylor smashed his 20th ODI century while Henry struck his first ton in his international 50-over career as New Zealand crushed Sri Lanka by 115 runs in the third game to complete a series whitewash.
Martin Guptill smashed the first international century of the calendar year and Jimmy Neesham made a dream return as New Zealand crushed Sri Lanka by 45 runs in the first ODI in Tauranga on Thursday. Guptill hit 138 off just 139 balls, captain Kane Williamson scored 74 and Neesham smashed 47 off just 13 deliveries…
Sri Lanka suffered a big blow when Angelo Mathews was ruled out of the upcoming ODI series against New Zealand with the experienced allrounder also certain to miss the Test series in Australia later in January.
New Zealand needed only 14 balls on the final day to take the last three wickets and wrap up crushing 423-run victory over Sri Lanka in the second and final Test in Christchurch that meant the hosts won the series 1-0.
New Zealand are close to completing a series victory over Sri Lanka after fast bowler Neil Wagner broke through the visitors batting order on the fourth day of the second and deciding Test in Christchurch.