Sri Lanka ended their tour of New Zealand without a win as they suffered a deflating 35-run defeat in the standalone Twenty20.
New Zealand's Martin Guptill took a superb running one-handed catch to dismiss Sri Lanka's Thisara Perera in the third ODI.
Ross Taylor posted his 20th ODI ton and Henry Nicholls his first as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka to sweep the ODI series 3-0.
Watch the best shots from Thisara Perera's rollicking 140 from 74 balls in Sri Lanka's clash with New Zealand at Bay Oval.
Thisara Perera's stunning 140 from 74 balls came in vain as Sri Lanka slipped to a series-deciding ODI defeat to New Zealand.
James Neesham floored Sri Lanka with bat and ball on his ODI comeback as New Zealand won by 45 runs in Tauranga.
James Neesham displayed all his power on his return to New Zealand's ODI side by hitting five sixes in an over, against Sri Lanka.
New Zealand completed their demolition of Sri Lanka on day five of the second Test in Christchurch.
New Zealand are closing in on a series victory over Sri Lanka but were held up the tourists on day four.
Tom Latham scored 176 and Henry Nicholls 162 not out as New Zealand made Sri Lanka toil on day three in Christchurch.
Six wickets in 15 balls... watch how Trent Boult shredded Sri Lanka's batting line-up during a scintillating spell in Christchurch.
Trent Boult took the fastest five-wicket haul as New Zealand dominated on day two of the second Test against Sri Lanka.
Suranga Lakmal took 5-54 as 14 wickets tumbled on the opening day of the second Test between New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka earned a draw against New Zealand with Kusal Mendis and Angelo Mathews holding strong until play was washed out.
Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews celebrated reaching his century in the first Test against New Zealand with a set of press-ups.
Angelo Mathews and Kusal Mendis struck unbeaten hundreds to thwart New Zealand's push for victory in Wellington.
Tom Latham carried his bat for a record 264 as New Zealand continued to dominate Sri Lanka in the first Test in Wellington.
Tom Latham struck an unbeaten century as New Zealand dominated day two of the first Test against Sri Lanka.
Tim Southee ran through Sri Lanka's top-order but Dimuth Karunaratne, Angelo Mathews and Niroshan Dickwella hit fifties.
Sri Lanka have named former Durham head coach Jon Lewis as their new batting coach until the end of the 2019 World Cup.
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