Ashton Agar picked a three-wicket haul while D'Arcy Short slammed a quick fifty as Australia managed to beat New Zealand by 19 runs by DLS method in the rain-hit Twenty20 International Tri-Series final in Auckland.
Eoin Morgan and Dawid Malan slammed unbeaten 80 and 53 respectively as England registered their maiden victory in the final game of the Twenty20 International Tri-Series after edging out New Zealand by two runs in Hamilton.
England fast bowler Liam Plunkett will miss the remainder of the Twenty20 International series and the upcoming One-Day International contest in New Zealand after failing to recover from a hamstring injury.
Openers David Warner and D'Arcy Short scored half-centuries while Glenn Maxwell and Aaron Finch made valiant contributions down the order as Australia chased down the highest score in Twenty20 Internationals against New Zealand with five wickets in hand in the 19th over in the fifth game of the tri-series in Auckland.
Kane Williamson and Martin Guptill slammed half-centuries as New Zealand went on to amass 196 for five and later went on to defend the total by 12 runs in the fourth Twenty20 International against England in Wellington to register their maiden win in the ongoing Tri-Series.
Billy Stanlake and Andrew Tye shared seven wickets between them as Australia restricted New Zealand to 117 for nine and later chased down the revised target of 95 runs in the 12th over with seven wickets in hand to win the rain-hit first Twenty20 International in the Tri-Series in Sydney.
A dominant batting performance from Pakistan saw them post 201 for four in their 20 overs following which the bowlers did well to keep New Zealand down to 153 in the chase to complete a 48-run victory in the second Twenty20 International in Auckland and level the series 1-1.
Tim Southee and Seth Rance picked three wickets apiece as New Zealand reduced Pakistan to 105 runs and later chased down in the 16th over with seven wickets in hand in the first Twenty20 International in Wellington to take a 1-0 lead in the series.
Anton Devcich picked a three-wicket haul and also followed it with a three-wicket haul as Northern Districts reduced Central Districts to 99 for eight and later chased down the target in just 8.5 overs with nine wickets in hand in the final of the Super Smash 2017-18 season in Hamilton.
Martin Guptill scored a century while Matt Henry snared four wickets as New Zealand resisted a late fightback from Pakistan to win the fifth One-Day International in Wellington by 15 runs and complete a 5-0 series whitewash.