Defending a measured total of 257 runs, New Zealand bolstered a huge win of 183 runs against Pakistan in the third one day international match in Dunedin on Saturday.
Pakistan, impetuously bundled out at a paltry score of 74 runs in their innings; they survived only 2 balls more than 27 overs.
The total destruction submissively done by Trent Boult as the 28 year old pacer claimed his third fifer of ODI career. Bowling just 7.2 overs from his quota, Boult gave away 17 runs to capture 5 wickets with a single maiden.
Colin Munro and Lockie Ferguson backed up Boult with two wickets each for them, making the tourists tormenting all the way through their chase.
The top five batsmen of Pakistan lost their wickets before reaching into double figures with opener Azhar Ali made a 10 ball duck in the beginning of the innings initiating the disaster.
Pakistan lost their first wicket at the score of 1, team score 2 saw them lost 2 wickets, at 3 runs, they lost their third wicket.
Down the line, the ninth wicket partnership between skipper Sarfraz Ahmed and Mohammad Amir added 20 runs on the board.
In the early morning of the match, two half centuries by Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor guided the hosts to score 257 runs playing their stipulated 50 over after they won the toss and elected to bat first.
Williamson was the highest scorer scoring 73 runs off 101 balls while Taylor hammered 52 off 64.
With the win, the Kiwis are leading the 5 match series 3-0.