Agence France-PresseJanuary 1, 2014 06:11
New Zealand beat the West Indies by 159 runs in the rain-reduced third one-day international in Queenstown on Wednesday to draw level in the series at 1-1.
In a match limited to 21 overs each, New Zealand made 283-4, with Corey Anderson hitting a century in just 36 balls on his way to an unbeaten 131 -- the fastest ton in ODI history.
Teammate Jesse Ryder hit the sixth fastest ODI century, needing only 46 deliveries, to reach his hundred in his innings of 104.
The West Indies were 124-5 at the end of their 21 overs with Dwayne Bravo not out 56.