New Zealand clinched a series win over Pakistan in emphatic fashion as they bowled the tourists out for 74 to seal a 183-run win in the third ODI in Dunedin.
Trent Boult claimed 5-17 as Pakistan were bundled out in 27.2 overs, their joint third-lowest ODI total, in reply to New Zealand's 257 all out.
Sarfraz Ahmed's side looked as though they may trouble the lowest ODI score by any team, the 35 Zimbabwe set against Sri Lanka in 2004, as they slipped to 32-8 at University Oval.
Faheem Ashraf (10), Mohammad Amir (14) and Sarfraz (14no) saved Pakistan from that ignominy before last man Rumman Raees (16) top scored.
Kane Williamson (73) and Ross Taylor (52) hit fifties for New Zealand, while Martin Guptill (45) and Tom Latham (35) also chipped in before the Black Caps lost their final seven wickets for 48 runs.
Watch the fourth ODI between New Zealand and Pakistan, in Hamilton, live from 12.55am on Tuesday on Sky Sports Cricket.