Wellington: A Ross Taylor-inspired New Zealand crushed India by 82 runs in the fifth and final one-day international in Wellington on Friday to extend the tourists' miserable run against the Black Caps. India could manage only 216 in reply to New Zealand's 303 for five, slumping to a 4-0 series loss despite a battling 82 from Virat Kohli.
Veteran batsman Taylor blazed his second successive century to set India the imposing run chase before seamer Matt Henry skittled the world champions' top order in a dream debut, claiming four for 38. (Scorecard | Highlights)
The result completes New Zealand's best one-day winning streak against India in 33 years and provides a huge psychological boost ahead of a two-Test series next month.