Brendon McCullum became the 1st Kiwi player to blast a triple century and Jimmy Neesham assisted him with a ton as misery for India continued on foreign soils.
The Black Caps continued their dominance over the Blue Shirts as Ross Taylor, Kane Williamson and the debutant, Matt Henry, sparkled for the home side.
The Kiwis continued their domination over the Blue Shirts in the ongoing ODI series by a compact team work and defeated the visitors in the consecutive game.
The pace attack of New Zealand, well led by Mitchell McClenaghan and Corey Anderson, let India down in the opening ODI besides a superb ton from Virat Kohli.
Corey Anderson (New Zealand) tore apart the bowling attack of the West Indies and created a new world record in ODI cricket by plundering a ton on 36 balls.
The historic centuries from AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis provided a strong fifth wicket partnership of 205 runs that resulted the game in a draw vs. India.
The Indian side anticipates the repetition of the first innings by their bowlers in the second one that can win them the first Test vs. South Africa.
The Indian pacers dismantled the first innings of South Africa within limits whereas Cheteshwar Pujara blasted a ton with a nice assistance from Virat Kohli.
The quick bowlers of India put their side back in the game while penetrating through the strong top and middle order batting of South Africa in the 1st innings.
The top order star batsman of India, Virat Kohli, blasted his 5th Test century and lifted his side when the others found it hard to score vs. South Africa.