Kiwis thrash England in 2nd T/20, MeCullum being the hero

Kiwis thrash England in 2nd T/20, MeCullum being the hero

Hamilton : New Zealand | Feb 12, 2013 at 1:33 AM PST
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New Zealand beat England by convincing margin of 55 runs in 2nd T/20 international played at Hamilton. Batting first New Zealand made 192 a huge total. MeCullum made 74 with the help of 5 6s. Guptil and Rutherford remained in 40s. In response English batting line up proved wall of sand and restricted at 137/10. Buttler scored 54 not enough to win. Series leve by 1-1.

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