Video - McCullum Wants One More Good Performance
Australia and New Zealand left Edgbaston disappointed after their ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Group A match was abandoned due to rain.
New Zealand were 51 for two chasing 244 to beat Australia, who are now facing an uphill task to stay in the competition at the bottom of the group.
New Zealand, meanwhile, are on top of the group thanks to Sri Lanka beating England one day later.
Here, New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum says he would have preferred for his side to have played a full match but that they know that they are 'one good performance away' from reaching the semi-finals.
His opposite number George Bailey also answers questions about David Warner's misconduct, which led to him being suspended, then fined and banned by Cricket Australia.
Video courtesy of SNTV / Press Association
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