The final T20 match between team India and New Zealand has really turned out a fully entertainment of around 4 hours.
India won the toss and opted to chase, as they had done throughout in both Wellington and Auckland, but another excellent opening stand between Munro and Seifert soon made it clear the chase would be a sizeable one.
New Zealand next host Bangladesh in a series of three ODIs and three Tests.
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Seifert, the hero in the series opener, bludgeoned 84 off just 43 deliveries - his innings laced with seven boundaries and six hits over the fence to lead New Zealand to a record 80-run win. In between these two dismissals, the Kiwis also got the wicket of a settled Rohit Sharma to tilt the odds in their favour.
This is the same ground where India had their only defeat in the five-match ODI series, with Trent Boult's five-for skittling India for 92.
Having said that, it was a 63-run unbeaten partnership for the seventh wicket between Dinesh Karthik (33) and Krunal Pandya (26) which saw India stay alive in the game till the last three balls of the match.
During the third T20I of the ongoing India's tour of New Zealand at Hamilton, New Zealand defeated India by 4 runs to win the three-match T20I series 2-1.
Runs came thick and fast as skipper Kane Williamson contributed 27 and Colin de Grandhomme produced a crucial 30-run cameo off 16-balls.