New Zealand win against South Africa

A record century of Ross Taylor sent New Zealand an exciting six runs over South Africa in the second one-day international in Christchurch.
Taylor scored unbeaten 102 as New Zealand’s first kolf and a goal of 290, with South Africa closing thanks to a late 26-ball half-century Dwaine Pretorius comes.
The results break a 12 game ODI Victory for South Africa and the levels of the series of five games in New Zealand with 1-1.
Taylor has been from the last ball in turn with a limit in dramatic tonnes, claiming a New Zealand record of 17 ODI century.
The 32-year-old, who has shared the record of 16 with Nathan Astle, has been out of operation in early Januarysince returning to a rich vein of form.
“Nath was one of my idols growing up … It’s a little embarrassing broke that position, but records,” he said.
Taylor, who has only the fourth New Zealanders 6000 ODI runs, get solid support from Captain Kane Williamson and versatile Jimmy Neesham.
Neesham scored an undefeated 71 while Williamson shredded 69 – a return for a kolflys who has recently tails over dependent contests.
It was also the concern for New Zealand, with Opener Tom Latham and Neil Broom just two runs each.
Latham, in particular, will keep his enormous pressure his place after ducks in his former two-day international blindness.
Several South African batsmen – including Quinton de Kock (57) and AB de Villiers (45) – have a good start but have not been able to go.