Black Caps quick Lockie Ferguson believes his side will bounce back in Tauranga on Saturday, after going down to India last night by eight wickets in their first ODI in Napier.
Ferguson took figures of 1-41 with ball, with the Black Caps crumbling under pressure with the bat in the first innings.
"Not our best performance for sure for the summer, I know putting runs on the board was a challenge yesterday, we know that in the camp," said Ferguson.
"It's just one of those things that can happen in cricket and I guess when you play a team like India you want to keep attacking a team like that and make sure you fight back."
The Black Caps were bowled all out for 157-runs.
"It didn't go our way yesterday and so it was a bit of a challenge for sure.
"The boys have looked at what went wrong, and we'll definitely park it and look to continue our good form into Tauranga where we have been very strong. So, looking forward to game two."