Martin Guptill scored an unbeaten 86 as New Zealand clinched an eight-wicket win over Pakistan in a rain-affected second one-day international in Nelson.
Guptill's 71-ball 86 included five sixes and as many fours as New Zealand chased down their Duckworth-Lewis target of 151 from 25 overs with seven balls to spare.
Pakistan had scored 249 for nine in their 50 overs after winning the toss, with Mohammad Hafeez (60), Shadab Khan (52) and Hasan Ali (51) providing the bulk of the runs.
Fast bowler Lockie Ferguson (three for 39) was the pick of the New Zealand attack as Pakistan found it tough going after slumping to 14 for two, and it needed an eighth-wicket stand of 70 between Shadab and Hasan to help them post any sort of defendable total.
However, despite the loss of in-form opener Colin Munro for a duck in reply, New Zealand had little trouble reaching their target - revised following a downpour in the 14th over of their reply - with Ross Taylor (45 not out) providing good support to man of the match Guptill.
New Zealand now lead 2-0 in the five-match series.
Watch the third one-day international between New Zealand and Pakistan in Dunedin from 9.55pm on Friday.