New Zealand have made a winning start to their one-day international series against England, recording a three-wicket victory on Sunday.
Kane Williamson (74) and Brendon McCullum (69 not out) guided the hosts to their target of 259 with seven balls to spare at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
Mitchell McClenaghan (4-56) had earlier starred with the ball as England were bowled out for 258 in the final over.
Jonathan Trott, Ian Bell and Joe Root all made half-centuries but were unable to turn them into big scores, leaving the door open for New Zealand.
McCullum, whose side lost the Twenty20 series 2-1, won the toss and elected to bowl despite the short boundaries and pitch looking good for batting.
But the hosts got an early breakthrough thanks to McClenaghan, who clean bowled England captain Alastair Cook (four).
Bell was dropped on 26 by BJ Watling as he combined with Trott to put on 84 for the second wicket.
Bell had hit six fours and two sixes before departing for 64, charging and edging a James Franklin (3-38) delivery through to McCullum.
Trott joined Bell in failing to convert his half-century into a ton when he played a Kyle Mills (2-32) delivery onto his stumps to leave his side at 3-184.
Eoin Morgan (one) and Jos Buttler (21) fell soon after before Franklin took the big wicket of a settled Root, clean bowling the right-hander.
Chris Woakes (17) and Graeme Swann (16) added some handy runs to the total and it looked a decent batting performance when James Anderson bowled Watling (two) in the first over of New Zealand's chase.
Anderson's wicket took him top of the list for most international wickets for England with 529, passing Ian Botham (528).
Adding to an injury to McClenaghan, New Zealand opener Martin Guptill retired on three with a suspected muscle injury.
The promising partnership between Williamson and Ross Taylor was then ended by Woakes (2-52) as Taylor top-edged a bouncer to Steven Finn at fine leg to leave New Zealand on 2-75.
Grant Elliott (22) made a start before departing and Williamson fell with the score on 142, run out by Bell and Woakes an over after being dropped.
But Guptill returned to the crease when Andrew Ellis (13) was dismissed and New Zealand were 7-218, helping guide them home alongside McCullum.