South Africa (281 for five in 43 overs) were outdone by four wickets in a keen contested first semi-final of the 2015 One-Day International World Cup, with New Zealand (299 for six in 42.5 overs) winning with one-ball to spare.
Grant Elliott played the innings of this World Cup to ensure New Zealand broke their semi-final jinx with a four-wicket win over South Africa at Eden Park, Auckland, the win coming off the penultimate ball.
The International Cricket Council has confirmed the Event Technical Committee's approval of fast bowler Matt Henry's inclusion in the New Zealand World Cup squad as a replacement for injured Adam Milne.
Martin Guptill became the first New Zealand batsman and fifth overall in One-Day Internationals to score a double-century during his unbeaten knock of 237 against West Indies in the World Cup quarter-final in Wellington.
Martin Guptill produced an elegant century under pressure to help New Zealand pull off their highest World Cup run chase in a nail-biting finish as they beat Bangladesh by three wickets in Hamilton to make it six out of six in the group stage.