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Ross Taylor 100 | Joe Root 79* - New Zealand vs England 2nd ODI 2013 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Ross Taylor 100 | Joe Root 79* - New Zealand vs England 2nd ODI 2013

Watch the highlights of Ross Taylor 100 | Joe Root 79* - New Zealand vs England 2nd ODI 2013 - England tour of New Zealand 3-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between England and New Zealand at Napier in 20th February 2013.

Stunning half-centuries from Joe Root, Jonathan Trott, Alastair Cook after a James Anderson's five-wicket helped to England emphatic eight-wicket victory over New Zealand and level the series 1-1 in the second ODI.

* 270 : This was second-highest successfully-chased for England against New Zealand. The highest run-chase is 285 at Old Trafford in 1986.

This was England's second best by a margin of eight or more wickets (previous win in 1983) against New Zealand.

* Ross Taylor's century is also the tenth by a New Zealand batsman against England and the first since Jamie How's 139 in 2008. Mark Greatbatch and Astle have each two centuries against England.

Brendon McCullum's strike rate of 205.55 is the highest for a fifty-plus score for New Zealand in ODIs against England, he holds the top three spots on the list of best strike rates.

New Zealand scored 269 for all-out in 50 overs with top scorer by Ross Taylor 100 off 117-balls - which was his 7th ODI hundred - including nine-fours and a six.

Brendon McCullum hammered a flurry 74 off 36-balls including 9-fours and 4-sixes with strike rate of 205.55, Kane Williamson struck 33 off 47-balls including 3-fours and Grant Elliott scored 23.

England best bowler by 270-2 in 50 overs with top scorer by Joe Root scored a match-winning unbeaten 79 off 56-balls including 7-fours and two-sixes with strike rate of 141.07.

Alastair Cook struck 78 off 92-balls including 7-fours & a six, Jonathan Trott cracked a 65 not out off 73-balls included 3-fours and Ian Bell scored 44 off 65-balls with five boundaries.

New Zealand best bowler by Kane Williamson and Tim Southee each took one-wickets.

Joe Root 79* Highlights

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