Ross Taylor scored an unbeaten century and Trent Boult followed it with a three-wicket haul as New Zealand went on to level the One-Day International series 1-1 following their close six-run victory in the second game in Christchurch.
For scoring his career best figure of unbeaten 146 and also picking a three-wicket haul in the first One-Day International against New Zealand in Auckland, Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Sri Lankan off-spinner Dilruwan Perera bags the Cricket World Player of the Week award for leading his team to a historic series victory against Australia after winning the second Test in Galle by a massive 229-run margin.
After tons from Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor pushed New Zealand to 582 for four, Zimbabwe opening batsmen safely saw out the final session and scored 55 for naught to end the second day of the second Test in Bulawayo trailing the Blackcaps by 527 runs with 10 wickets in hand.
Jos Buttler is the Cricket World Player of the Week for his scintillating knock of 116 not out in 52 deliveries in the fourth One-Day International against Pakistan in Dubai and taking England to a 3-1 series victory,
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor, who missed out on his team's ongoing tour of South Africa due to a groin injury, is setting himself up for a comeback during the series against Australia in October this year.