The Black Caps are in firm control after the first day of their day-night Test against England, ahead by 117 runs at stumps.
The Black Caps lead by 117 runs after an embarrassing collapse by England on day one of the first day-night Test at Eden Park in Auckland.
A 155-run opening stand between Jonny Bairstow and Alex Hales set up England for a comprehensive seven-wicket win over NZ in the fifth ODI.
England have taken out the ODI series against NZ with a seven wicket win at Hagley Oval in Christchurch this afternoon in the final ODI match.
The Black Caps star spoke with TVNZ1's Seven Sharp in the wake of yesterday's stellar innings.
The star batsmen pulled up hurt in his innings of 181 not out against England yesterday.
Batting on one leg, Taylor's unbeaten 181 earned New Zealand a five-wicket win over England yesterday.
The star battled through injury in Dunedin yesterday as he helped New Zealand chase down England's mammoth 335.
NZ won their fourth ODI clash against England by five wickets, with Ross Taylor scoring a stunning 181 with the bat.
The Black Caps have beaten England by five wickets with three balls remaining in their fourth ODI at University Oval in Dunedin.